Switzerland: Imam reported for incitement
The Swiss People's Party (UDC) in Fribourg turned to the Office of the Examining Magistrates to check the possibility of opening a criminal investigatoin following remarks made by an imam in one of the city mosques.
According to "La Liberté" of October 28, quoted by the head of the UDC of Fribourg Daniel Gander, the imam called to "punishe the enemies of Islam and to support the brothers fighting in Chechnya, Afghanistan, Iraq and Palestine."
In the UDC's opinion, such statements are subject to the Swiss penal code. Gander, and deputy Stéphane Peiry wrote the head of the examining magistrates Jean-Luc Mooser that "such incitement isn't tolerated by our law and the values we defend in Switzerland." Copies were sent to the press on Friday.
Source: 20minutes (French), h/t le blog laiciste