Norway joins club of dictatorships

Teacher Max Hermansen wants to limit the powers of Islam in Norway. After expressing his views, he is sacked by a governmental school.

Norwegian Pegida leader Max Hermansen (54) has lost his job part time. 616 more words

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Teacher Max Hermansen wants to limit the powers of Islam in Norway.  After expressing his views, he is sacked by a governmental school.

Max Hermasen lost his job after critizising the government of the Post-Lutheran kibgdom of Norway. Max Hermasen lost his job after critizising the government of the Post-Lutheran kingdom of Norway.

Norwegian Pegida leader Max Hermansen (54) has lost his job part time. Hermansen, who is a teacher in high school and adult education – must end his work as a teacher because he has extreme opinions and utterances.

Hermansen is critical of Islam, but is not accused of having violated their constitutional freedom of expression. This freedom should especially protect the right to social and religious criticism.

Those in opposition to Islam is punished by a government of Norway who is submitting to demands of the Sharia movement. Those in opposition to Islam is punished by a government of Norway who is submitting to demands of the Sharia movement.

The importance of these rights has been much in focus in recent weeks in connection with the liquidation rings in France Charlie case and…

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