DRESDEN, GERMANY - APRIL 13: Right-wing Dutch politician Geert Wilders speaks to supporters of the Pegida movement at another of their weekly protests on April 13, 2015 in Dresden, Germany. A large number of supporters and opponents are expected to attend the rally, which will feature Dutch right-wing politician Geert Wilders as a guest speaker. The Pegida movement, which originally emerged as a grass-roots effort with aims to curb immigration, among other issues, splintered into two camps earlier this year and the movement is seeking to regain its earlier momentum.  (Photo by Jens Schlueter/Getty Images)

Mohammed cartoons coming to Denmark

Next month’s political festival on the island of Bornholm has already attracted Islam critics and nationalists – now it will also include the Mohammed drawings that were the target of a shooting in the US earlier this month.

The People’s Meeting (Folkemødet) on Bornholm grows more controversial by the day.

After the uproar surrounding the invitation to Dutch politician and prominent Islam critic Geert Wilders, it was announced that a host of European nationalists will attend at the invitation of the far-right Danes’ Party (Danskernes Parti).

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  • Dana Garcia

    Don’t forget the SWAT team. Firearms are necessary for free speech these days.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    These should be going on everywhere. Motoons for all!

  • Dave

    Hopefully the Danes won’t fold like our spineless gov’t f*ckups. Oops, I mean feds