The 18 year old Yahya Hassan made his first poetry collection in 2013, and instantly became famous in Denmark.
A talented poet but in his poetry he describes a brutal reality about the widespread crime, fraud, and religious hypocrisy within the predominantly Moslem ghetto environment in Scandinavia.
Soon after the publishing, he was attacked at a train station by an islamist, a former convict of terrorism. Hassan’s presentations where he would recite his poetry became the target of threats made by ‘young men’ from his own environment, who said he had offended Islam. The Danish police had to ensure his democratic right to express himself.
Furthermore, he has had to have the secret services watching over him at all times, even though he is only 18 years old.
Now at a visit in Ramallah i Israel where he attended a writers conference, he was attacked by severel men who hunted him with a knife calling him an infidel.
Yahya Hassan is only one of severel persons who are living under constant threats because they have in some form criticised Islam in Europe.