Ridiculous “Hug A Jihadi” Program Aims To Fight Islamic Extremism With Love

Police in Denmark have launched a truly ridiculous program dubbed “Hug A Jihadi” that, as the name suggests, aims to cut down on Islamic extremism with love.

According to Fox News, proponents of the program “are trying to change the minds of potential Islamic extremists by supporting them and offering them kindness rather than treating them as outcasts and criminals.”

Apparently, Denmark believes that behind every terrorist hardened by the brazen extremism encouraged in the Quran lies a soft, cuddly teddy bear that will reveal itself if citizens just make themselves vulnerable to a suicide blast get all touchy-feely.

In an SBS Dateline promo highlighting the new policy, a formerly radicalized Muslim can be heard declaring, “in my mind, I was like, ‘they treated me as a terrorist. If they want a terrorist, they will get a terrorist,'” because it’s totally everyone else’s fault that the Prophet Muhammad’s “holy” book calls for the killing of infidels.

It was reportedly only when said radicalized terrorist met someone from the “Hug A Jihadi” program that he began to reconsider his ways.

See the SBS Dateline promo below.

Needless to say, news of this program has prompted quite a stir online.

Sadly, progressives just can’t seem to get over the idea that Islam is nothing but a religion of peace. They think that any violence members of the religion enact is all because we’re not nice enough to them.

Instead of accepting that Islam is a fundamentally flawed ideology, liberals would rather pretend that it’s perfectly normal to shout “Allahu Akbar” and blow people up just because you’re having a bad day.

Check out the video below to hear The Activist Mommy roast Islam and those who choose to bow to it.

Sources:
Fox News
SBS Dateline

 

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