Frygten for radikale islamister præger ifølge undersøgelsen et stort antal mennesker i Tyskland. 73 procent af tyskerne sagde, at de er bekymrede over, at radikal islam vokser i indflydelse. Særlig udbredt (78 procent) er denne holdning hos personer over 55 år. Men selv blandt 18- til 24-årige, svarede 66 procent “Ja, jeg er bekymret".
Contact Sappho: [email protected] or Lars Hedegaard 0045 40 16 72 42
Katrine Winkel Holm and Lars Hedegaard
Co-editors: Morten Uhrskov Jensen, Mogens Rukov and Farshad Kholghi.
Sappho is the magazine of The Free Press Society and Denmark´s most outspoken magazine on free speech, radical islam, culture and politics. Sappho - the Greek poetess from the sixth century B.C. - is also depicted in our logo. Plato characterised her as the tenth muse, and Sappho has adopted her as the Muse of Free Speech.
Our yearly award - The Sappho Award - has gained much media attention. In 2010 it was given to Mark Steyn, canadian-born writer and columnist, in 2009 to Melanie Philips, british journalist and commentator. In 2008 it was given to the cartoonist Kurt Westergaard. In 2007 the Sappho Award was given to Jyllands-Posten´s editor Flemming Rose.
Among the people we have interviewed are: Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Reza Pahlavi, Abd al Malik, Ben Okri, Gunnar Heinsohn, Uma Dhupelia-Mesthrie, Peter Whittle, Douglas Murray, Abed Azrié, Ole Nydahl, Mark Steyn, Freidoune Sahebjam and Pia Kjærsgaard.
Our many public debates and seminars featuring influential danish and foreign writers, intellectuals, publicists, artists and politicians continue to attract much political and media attention. Speakers have included Ibn Warraq, Daniel Pipes, Geert Wilders, Bruce Bawer, Henryk Broder, Samia Labidi, Elisabeth Schemla, Shabana Rehman, Peter Whittle, Douglas Murray, Bat Ye´or, Chahdortt Djavann, Amir Taheri, Roy Brown, Jørgen Bæk Simonsen, Klaus Rothstein, Lars Seier Christensen, Asger Aamund and Hans Jørgen Bonnichsen.