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Helle Merete Brix

Helle Merete Brix is a journalist, author, lecturer and editor of sappho.dk, Denmark's newest web magazine on free speech, Islamism and anti-Semitism. For a number of years she has been one of Denmark's most well known writers and commentators on these subjects.

She got her education as a journalist from The Danish School of Journalism and is a frequent contributor to Danish newspapers and magazines. She is also a regular contributor to the web magazine of the Norwegian organization Human Rights Service and writes for the French internet journal Proche-Orient Info.

Her latest book Fri tale [Free Speech] on Danish artists and free speech was co-edited with the President of the Organization of Danish Fiction Writers Peter Legaard Nielsen and the noted actor and commentator Farshad Kholghi.

In 2003 she published I krigens hus: Islams kolonisering af Vesten [In the House of War: Islam's Colonization of the West], co-authored with Torben Hansen and Lars Hedegaard (Aarhus, Hovedland, 2003). The book created a storm and led to the establishment The Free Press Society of whose steering board she is a member.

In 2002 she edited Islam i Vesten: På Koranens vej? [Islam in the West: On the Path of the Koran?] (Copenhagen, Tiderne Skifter, 2002). In the same year the Copenhagen theater Folketeatret produced her monologue De frafaldne [The Apostates] on totalitarian ideologies in the 20th century. She has also published an autobiography I begyndelsen [In the Beginning] (Copenhagen, Tiderne Skifter, 1990). In connection with the Danish cartoon affair she has been interviewed for Danish and international media. As a journalist and author she has received numerous grants.

Recent articles by Helle Merete Brix

THE MUHAMMAD AFFAIR AND THE DENMARK PACTBenador AssociatesJuly 3, 2006

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