Last Thursday a television crew from TV2 went to Islandshøjparken in Denmark's Nordsjælland. But the TV crew suddenly became in serious trouble, says Nordsjælland Police according to Frederiksborg Amts Avis.
The notorious Islamic organization Hizb ut-Tahrir has just seized power of the resident board. At the annual meeting in February, Omar Saad was elected Chairman and several of his supporters also became members of the board. Omar Saad is an active member of Hizb ut-Tahrir and is against democracy, and for a caliphate governed by Sharia.
That means a new era in the area.
The TV crew were allowed to make recordings, but suddenly the interviewees regretted and demanded the tapes handed over.
The TV2 team refused. But those interviewed did not take no for an answer. There were threats and one of them took out a knife and tried to cut the tire on TV2's car.
It is not only outsiders who feel threatened.
Torun Have, who has lived in Islandshøjparken for three years, says that the sense of security is gone. Since Omar Saad became Chairman of the board, the mood has changed.
"I'm afraid. Everything has changed, and it has become a war between them and us. Something I have never experienced before, though there have been Muslims on the board earlier, "she says to Ekstra Bladet.
Several cars were driving past at high speed while Ekstra Bladet interviewed Torun Have. Some young men rolls down the window, and shouts provocative.
The TV interview shows them shouting "Sharia" out the window.
"It's hard to explain, but right now there is a very 'us against them-mood', which is really uncomfortable."
"It has never been like this before," she says to Ekstra Bladet.
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