In Denmark, 3 lawmakers acquitted of defamation | Us World News – FOX5 Las Vegas

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — A Danish court acquitted three lawmakers Tuesday of defamation for writing an email in which they said public funds should not be granted to an organization helping women exposed to psychological violence because the woman behind it didn’t distance herself from Islam’s Sharia law.

In 2017, Naser Khader, Martin Henriksen and Marcus Knuth —— all members of center-right parties in Denmark’s Parliament — wrote an email to three center-left lawmakers urging them not to back a 680,000 ($102,000) public grant to the organization headed by Shirin Khankan.

Their attempt failed and the money was allocated.

The three writers said Khankan was “a controversial
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