In the ten minute interview, he states quite emphatically that Muslims have the right to kill anyone who insults Islam, regardless of whether they are in Syria or Oslo or Washington. He praised the assassins of Charlie Hebdo and threatened Norway if such unIslamic behaviour were to appear there.
Europeans already know that 'free-speech' is a thing of the past. 'Free speech' and 'truth' are not acceptable behaviour to Muslims.
The Imam also acknowledges that Islam is not just a religion but is also a political movement with more than 500 verses in the Quran that are political rather than spiritual. This contrasts greatly with the Bible, he admits. The Bible is either historical or spiritual. There is no politics in the New Testament except to honour and obey your political leaders for they are chosen by God.
It is an interesting and revealing interview and I believe his views are not radical but are representative of most western Imams. And we just keep on inviting them in.