The organisation Stop Islamisation of Norway, of which the deceased was an active member, seeks to counter the proliferation of Islam, which it sees as a totalitarian ideology that violates the Norwegian Constitution and contradicts democratic and humanitarian values.
Dan-Eivind Lid, 48, one of the centrepieces of the anti-Islam organisation Stop Islamisation of Noway (SIAN), has been found dead. The police suspect foul play, the Norwegian broadcaster NRK reported.
Lid was found dead in his apartment in Suldalen in Kristiansand, with what has been reported as “visible damage to the body”….
“One of our hypotheses is that the person has been subjected to a serious criminal act and died as a result of it”, a police spokesperson said at a press conference….
SIAN leader Lars Thorsen described Lid as “an active member of many years”, with whom he had a close relationship. Thorsen emphasised that Lid was “friendly and polite” and stressed that based on his knowledge of the deceased, he sees no visible motives other than political ones.
“There is nothing about his nature that can explain why he should end up in a situation where someone would like to take his life”, Thorsen told the newspaper Nettavisen‘https://www.jihadwatch.org/2020/10/norway-prominent-critic-of-islam-found-dead-with-visible-damage-to-the-body?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=the_2020_10_07_jihad_watch_daily_digest&utm_term=2020-10-07