copenhagen - Five radical imams and a pastor are no longer welcome in Denmark. They have been given a ban on entry as a hate predecessor on Tuesday. It is the first time Denmark sets up such a blacklist.
The list includes Kamal el-Mekki imams from the United States, Bilal Philips from Canada, Mohammed al-Arifi and Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia, and Mohammed Rateb al-Nabulsi from Syria. Philips was in 2009 at an islam congress in Amsterdam. Al-Arifi, who believes men can beat their wives if they are disobedient, spoke in 2011 in a mosque in Eindhoven.
The renowned pastor is the American Terry Jones, who came to the news in 2010 because of his plan to burn Koran.