No More Immigrants From Muslim Countries Says Danish Nationalist Party

Martin Henriksen, the Danish People’s Party immigration spokesman, told The Associated Press that his party – which supports Denmark’s year-old minority government but holds no positions inside it – would not seek a law explicitly banning Muslim immigrants, but that would be a primary goal.

“Islam is a belligerent religion. One should not be blind that many who commit terror find inspiration in Islam. That is why there is a connection between the number of Muslims in a country and the general security risk,” Henriksen said.