The convicted terrorist Isaac Meyer was today found guilty of assaulting the poet Yahya Hassan in Copenhagen Central Station in November.

Hassan is known for his poetry that condemns the behaviour of some immigrants and Muslims who live in ghettos. He has re-ignited a national debate on immigration, and his poems resulted in racism charges being filed against him earlier this month.

Hassan originally claimed that Meyer called him a "non-believer" as he attacked Hassan from behind, but the poet told the court today that he couldn't remember very much of the assault.

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