Controversial Muslim leader: I'm not radical
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04 inland Wednesday 12th September 2012
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The hall was full when the controversial Muslim leader Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri (white hat) last night spoke at a conference on political and religious radicalism
organized by the New-Danish Youth Council at Copenhagen Business School. Up to the conference he was otherwise have been criticized because he has played a major role in
design of Pakistan's sharia law, including the blasphemy law. "I fight against radicalism and towards a conservative interpretation of religion - I interpret
religion in a democratic way, "he said yesterday. Social Karen Haekkerup (S) had sent his apologies because she would not share a platform with him.