CounterJihad/Brussels Conference

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Event.png CounterJihad/Brussels Conference  PowerbaseRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
DateOctober 18, 2007 - October 19, 2007
ParticipantsBat Ye'or, David G. Littman, Paul Belien, Filip Dewinter, Stefan Herre, Nidra Poller, Gerard Batten, Ted Ekeroth, Reinhard, Lars Hedegaard, Jens Anfindsen, Johannes J. G. Jansen, Adriana Bolchini Gaigher, Armando Manocchio, Arnaud Dotezac, Traian Ungureanu, Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff, Arieh Eldad, Patrick Sookhdeo, Marc Cogen, Sam Solomon, Robert Spencer, Andrew Bostom, Laurent Artur du Plessis, Matyas Zmo
Witnessed byAeneas Lavinium, Pamela Geller, Rolf Krake, Yorkshire Miner, KGS of Tundra Tabloids, Skjoldungen of Hodjas Blog, Paul Weston, Kim Chr Madsen, [[..|...]]

The CounterJihad Brussels Conference brought together some 70 organisations and individuals to inaugurate the CounterJihad Europa network.[1]

The event was notable for the attendance of Filip Dewinter, head of the Belgian far-right party, Vlaams Belang. According to Paul Belien, while "the VB did not organise the conference, it provided an important part of the logistics and the security of those attending."[2]



Jens Anfindsen
Armando Manocchio
Gerard BattenFormer Leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party
Paul Belien
Andrew Bostom
Marc Cogen
David G. Littman
Filip Dewinter
Arnaud DotézacSwiss academic who attended counterjihad conferences
Ted Ekeroth
Arieh Eldad
Adriana Bolchini Gaigher
Lars Hedegaard
Johannes J. G. Jansen
Laurent Artur du Plessis
Matyas Zmo
Nidra Poller
Elisabeth Sabaditsch-WolffConvicted of "hate speech" after criticising Islam.
Sam Solomon
Patrick Sookhdeo
Robert Spencer
Stefan Herre
Traian Ungureanu
'Bat Ye'or'



Aeneas Lavinium
Pamela Geller
KGS of Tundra Tabloids
'Rolf Krake'
Kim Chr Madsen
Semantic Objects
Skjoldungen of Hodjas Blog
Paul Weston
Yorkshire Miner


  1. CounterJihad Brussels 2007 Conference, accessed 18 February 2007.
  2. Daniel Luban and Eli Clifton, POLITICS: Dutch Foe of Islam Ignores US Allies' Far Right Ties, Inter Press Service, 28 February 2009.