DENMARK AND DHIMITUDE
Copenhagen - A moderate Muslim member of the Danish parliament who was the target of veiled threats by a Lebanese-born imam is not quitting politics, a close aide said Monday.
Naser Khader of the opposition Social Liberal Party would however take a timeout from parliament. He has also cancelled meetings until Saturday when he was due to attend the first annual general meeting of the group Democratic Muslims, group co-founder Fathi El-Abed said.
Hirsi Ali's courage is not easily replicated.
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