Friday, 8 February 2013
A new website has been set up to honor the heroism of Danish free speech "hero" Lars Haedegaard, executive editor of Dispatch International . We received this from a colleague Bjorn Larsen announcing the new site and how you might support his effort to protect free speech against the literal onslaught of murderous Jihadis. You may recall this quote from the AP story about the assassination attempt on his life at his home in Denmark this week. :
Hedegaard, 70, said the gunman rang the doorbell of his apartment building on the pretext of delivering a package, and when Hedegaard opened the front door, the man pulled out a gun and fired a shot that narrowly missed the writer's head.
"The bullet flew past my right ear, after which I attacked him and punched him in the face, which made him lose the gun," Hedegaard told AP. He said the gunman then fled.
Hedegaard heads the Free Press Society in Denmark and its international offshoot, the International Free Press Society. He is also among the publishers of a [regular print newspaper (Dispatch International) that deals with many problems and issues – one of them being Islam and immigration].
Here is what Bjorn Larsen sent us.
Posted on 02/08/2013 2:50 PM by Jerry Gordon
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