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Freedom of the press cannot be limited without being lost. Thomas Jefferson
Thursday, August 30, 2012
Published every Thursday in Danish, Swedish, English and German
MUSLIM POPULATION IN SWEDEN AND
DENMARK DOUBLED IN 14 YEARS
Denmarks tight immigration policies have
had no effect, Sweden close to 600,000
In both Sweden and Denmark the Muslim share of the population grows much faster than the total population. Photo: Steen Raaschou
Left extremism: The sure way UN Climate Panel in big trouble
to get ahead in Denmark
Chief of Danish Security Police labels BY OLE HUMLUM
Che Guevara a revolutionary hero
BY KIM MØLLER
AARHUS. Henrik Sass Larsens remarks
on Monday July 9 came as a shock even to
Denmarks right-of-center newspaper read-
ers. On that day no less than the leader of the
governing Social Democratic partys parlia-
mentary group, which is what Henrik Sass
Larsen is, castigated the Unity List, the far-
left party that constitutes part of the Social
Democratic governments parliamentary
base, as an extremist, left-wing party that
wants a classless, communist society.
Of course, Mr Sass Larsen had his reasons.
The Unity List had just threatened not to
vote for the annual budget later in the year,
which would bring the government down.
It was time to give these troublesome al-
lies their comeuppance and something else
to worry about. And his tactics succeeded
brilliantly. All of sudden the mainstream
Continued on p. 2
World temperature stable despite CO2
OSLO. It is a paradox: We are constantly
bombarded with frightening reports on
rising world temperatures due to our use
of fossil fuels. Nevertheless, the news that
the world has not been heating up for the
past 10-15 years is received with incredu-
lity and dismay. One would have expected
this piece of information to be welcome.
The explanation is that climate research is
ruled by political considerations, amply as-
Israel stronger than ever
Surrounded by enemies and constantly reviled
many believe that Israel is on its hind legs. But the
little superpower has a few aces up its sleeve: a
strong economy, a growing population and vast oil
Davis Gress concludes that the Arab ability to wage
war on the Jewish State is slipping away. Given the
disruptions caused by Islamist movements, Israel
will be the Middle Easts only power in just a few
Photo: Pete Souza
Swedes have had enough
So who is Obama really?
45 of Americans dont believe or doubt that their
president was born in the U.S. The media have sup-
pressed the news of Barack Obamas forged birth
certificate, nevertheless the story is making headway
among ordinary Americans. From Washington, Di-
ana West recounts the Obama mystery.
The inhabitants of Grums in Sweden are fed up with
anti-Swedish discrimination. When the municipality
decided to evict Swedish families from their homes
to make room for asylum seekers, they took to the
Protest organizers are planning for a countrywide
sisted by many scientists, bureaucrats and
In the past, scientists and universities could
rely on public gratitude because of the new
knowledge they provided. Think of what
Niels Bohr and Albert Einstein did for phys-
ics, or think of penicillin.
Societys reward for the scientists was to
give them a free hand in choosing new re-
search in directions they themselves decided.
Society acted out of an assurance that pure
research would inevitably produce new
knowledge, some of which would be of im-
mediate practical use.
Continued on p. 5
Islamic texts portray
their prophet as a feared
warlord who brought the en-
tire Arabian Peninsula under
his heel. Amazingly, there is
zero contemporary evidence
that Muhammad ever
existed. Not a single coin,
not one inscription. According to Dutch professor
Hans Jansen, the historical facts surrounding Islams
prophet are more uncertain than ever.
Denmarks rotten economy
Denmark has fallen asleep and its economy is doing
worse than in any other country it likes to compare
itself to. With time Danes will become relatively
poorer. Torben Mark Pedersen draws a grim picture.
As practically all Muslims have Muslim first
names, it is a simple albeit lengthy operation
to count the number of Muslim males and,
with the assumption that there is an equal
BY INGRID CARLQVIST AND
number of Muslim females, one may calcu-
late the total Muslim population.
This is the method by which Dispatch has
Despite the fact that Muslims tend to exhib- reached its figures.
it behavior that clearly distinguishes them
When there has been doubt whether a
from both the European host populations name is Muslim, we have not taken it into
and other immigrant groups, there are no account. In addition, a number of Swedes
official figures to indicate how many Mus- and Danes have converted to Islam. In many
lims live in Sweden and Denmark. Danes cases converts have exchanged their Nordic
and Swedes have had to rely on wildly di- names for Muslim ones, but not always.
verging estimates because the authorities
These factors explain why Dispatch op-
refuse to publish statistics on religion or erates with a statistical uncertainty. As a
result we may have underestimated the
In Denmark estimates ranging from number of Muslims that can be identified
through a name
700,000 have been
count, but prob-
ably not by more
Dispatch is now
The number of Muslims in
able to reveal the
Sweden is undoubtedly higher
in Sweden and
true figures based
than indicated by Dispatch
10,000 in Den-
on our own re-
It goes without
Muslims in Sweden
saying that Dis-
and 256,000 in Denmark. The statistical patchs survey does not include people that
uncertainty is roughly +/- 20,000 in Swe- are here illegally.
den and +/- 10,000 in Denmark.
In the case of Sweden, we have only done
This means that Muslims make up 6.05 name counts for 1998 and 2011. For Den-
of Swedens population and 4.59 of Den- mark, Lars Hedegaard has calculated the
figures relating to 1998, 2004, 2008 and
In 1998 there were 284,000 Muslims in 2012. The Danish figures are as of January
Sweden and they made up 3.21 of the to- 1 whereas the Swedish ones relate to De-
tal population. In other words, the number cember 31, 1998 and 2011.
of Muslims has roughly doubled over the
Our calculations reveal an interesting
development. Between 1998 and 2004,
During the same period, Muslim immi- Denmarks Muslim population grew by an
gration and natural increase among Swed- average of 4.26 a year. During the period
ish Muslims have accounted for slightly 2004-2008, the average yearly growth de-
over 41 of Swedens total population creased slightly to 3.52.
After 2008 this trend has been reversed
The Muslim share of Denmarks total and the yearly growth is now higher than at
population growth 1998-2012 is markedly any time since 1998, namely 4.29
lower and accounts for a bit over 33
This reversal has taken place while Den-
In 1998 Denmarks Muslim population marks former center-right government was
was 153,000 and made up 2.88 of the in power with the parliamentary support
of the immigration-critical Danish Peoples
As mentioned, neither Statistics Den- Party. This government was heavily criti-
mark nor its Swedish equivalent, Statistiska cized for being xenophobic and Islamo-
Centralbyrån, keep records of how many phobic due to its supposedly restrictive
Muslims live in the two countries. They do, immigration policies. But the actual figures
however, register how many people bear show that the center-right governments that
particular first names.
were in power from 2001 till 2011 hardly
By January 1, 2012, e.g., 50,697 Danish made a dent in the Muslim growth rate.
men and boys were named Jens and 43,258
Over the entire period 1998-2012, the av-
were called Henrik. Ali was a name shared erage yearly increase in Denmarks Muslim
by 3,776 and Mohammad by 3,717. It population was 4.27 whereas Sweden,
should be kept in mind that the bearers of with its much more welcoming immigra-
variations on the Mohammad name such tion policy, experienced an average growth
as Muhamad, Ahmed and Mahmoud are rate of 7.85
There are several indications that the
Swedens name statistic follows roughly Muslim growth rate is set to rise in both
the same principle when it comes to name Denmark and Sweden. As one of its first
registration as Statistics Danmark. There actions the Social Democratic-led govern-
is, however, a difference in that Sweden ment that came to power in 2011 reversed
does not register names of persons that some of the restrictions on immigration im-
intend to stay less than 12 months in the posed by the former cabinet.
country nor the names of asylum seekers
As for Sweden, the immigration authori-
while their application is being processed. ties (Migrationsverket) estimate an influx
For this reason the number of Muslims in of 174,500 new immigrants over the com-
Sweden is undoubtedly higher than indicat- ing two years.
ed by Dispatch Internationals count.
Most of these arrivals will probably be
The two most popular Swedish names Muslims, as the largest groups of immi-
registered by December 31, 2011 were Lars grants are likely to come from Somalia and
(98,435 persons) and Anders (81,562). The Afghanistan.
most common Muslim names were Ali
(9,062) and Mohamed (5,056).
Additional research: Roger Sahlström
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Freedom of the press cannot be limited without being lost. Thomas Jefferson Thursday, August 30, 2012 English edition Published every Thursday in Danish, Swedish, English and German MUSLIM POPULATION IN SWEDEN AND DENMARK DOUBLED IN 14 YEARS Denmarks tight immigration policies have had no effect, S2 DENMARK SWEDEN Immigrants behind 78 of Swedish rapes Swedens frequency of reported rapes is the next highest in the world. The usual explanation is that a change in the law dating from 2005 expanded the defini- tion of rape and that women are increas- ingly willing to report such crimes. The mostFreedom of the press cannot be limited without being lost. Thomas Jefferson Thursday, August 30, 2012 DENMARK SWEDEN 3 Swedens constitution changed in secret Swedish politicians dont take their con- stitution seriously, says Professor Bo Rothstein Allah is great in Copenhagens central square. Phot4 OPINION Publisher Dispatch ApS, P.O. Box 37, DK-2000 Frederiksberg Editors in chief Lars Hedegaard (danish, english and german editions) Ingrid Carlqvist (swedish edition) Freedom of the press cannot be limited without being lost. Thomas Jefferson Genocidal multiculturalism Thou Shalt Not CriticiFreedom of the press cannot be limited without being lost. Thomas Jefferson Thursday, August 30, 2012 WORLD NEWS 5 The mysterious case of Obamas identity Why has the President spent millions to suppress his ID and who is he really? BY DIANA WEST WASHINGTON, DC. As President Barack Obama completes f6 WORLD NEWS IN BRIEF Palestinians discriminated in Jordan Stop discriminating Jordanians of Palestinian origin! In a daring move Jordanian politicians, academics, political activists and media figures have sent a letter to King Abdullah that serves as a warning one day the Palestinian majority wilFreedom of the press cannot be limited without being lost. Thomas Jefferson Thursday, August 30, 2012 Jewish State goes back 3000 years The Elah Fortress (Khirbet Qeiyafa). Photo: Yoav Dothan New archaeological finds give skeptics some- thing to think about BY LARS HEDEGAARD In Israel, which has beVolume 1, No. 1 Thursday, August 30, 2012 Muhammad in big trouble Islams prophet was a warlord but no contemporary seems to have noticed BY HANS JANSEN AMSTERDAM. Whether Jesus existed, and whether he was the Son of God, are two different questions that have to be resolved at dif- ferent levels. Ar