Netherlands: Parliament wants debate on Islamic conference
See also the Global MB's report: Dutch Muslim Brotherhood To Co-Sponsor Conference With Global Muslim Brotherhood Organization
The Dutch parliament wants a debate with minister Ernst Hirsch Ballin (Justice) about a conference in Amsterdam at the end of May about the future of Islam in the Netherlands. PVV parliament member Raymond de Roon, who initiated the debate, wants to know in what way is the fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood involved in the conference.
The PVV also asks if foreign participants could be turned away by not giving them a visa. The parliament want to speak with the minister about this before the end of May.
In the 2009 annual report of the AIVD intelligence service, which was published Tuesday, the Muslim Brotherhood is described a a radical-Islamic movement, which especially seems to strive for a Muslim-friendly climate in Europe. But it's "possible that the very orthodox interpretation of Islam will lead to tension with the principles of the democratic legal system."
One of the organizations organizing the conference is the International Support Organization, which according to intelligence sources is a front organization for the International Union of Muslim Scholars, led by Sheik Yusuf al-Qaradawi from Qatar. This notorious Muslim brother issued fatwas in which he approved of suicide attacks. In an American court case a photo was unearthed in which he stood next to leaders of Hamas and Hezbollah. Qaradawi believes that Islam will conquer Europe through preaching.
Source: Telegraaf (Dutch)