Friday, August 10, 2007

Dutch Labour leader abandons Apostate of Islam

Ehsan Jami, the founder of the Dutch committee of ex-muslims and Dutch Labour party member was assaulted last weekend by angry Muslims.

Jami, who is a member of the Labour Party (PvdA) is controversial within Labour for his stance on Islam. His party is heavily dependent on the Muslim vote in the immigrant saturated big cities and many towns across The Netherlands.

The latest development is that Labour Leader Wouter Bos now came out in an interview in "De Volkskrant" (Dutch) that he and his party do not support Jami and his call for protection of those who leave Islam. Because the way Jami presents his story is too provocative and injuring to Muslims.

The Left never misses a chance, to prove their dhimmitude.

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