In March, the German Islam critic Michael StÃ¼rzenberger published an article in which he made the following statement:
Islam is like a cancerous ulcer that has a corrosive effect on the (still) free peoples of this planet and gradually infects them with the poison of this inflammatory, intolerant, woman-hating, violent and power-hungry ideology. Â (Source:Â PIÂ viaÂ Cheradenine Zakalwe)
Does Germany need an Integration Ministry?
“If you tell someone whose family has been living in Germany for three generations to integrate properly, it is an insult,” said Klaus Bade, a migration researcher from Berlin.
(Some Germans think it is an insult that there are Turks living in Germany for 3 generations who still can’t speak the language….)
“Even a dhimmi can run the ministry, as long asÂ such a ministry Â is called the “Ministry for Participation and Migration”, saidÂ Kenan Kolat, chairman of the Turkish Communities in Germany. (More insults at DW)
Banning the freedom sack in court is “unacceptable”, sez Kenan Kolat
- “Dehumanizing and disrespectful:” Â “If an accredited lawyer is banned from wearing a headscarf, that essentially amounts to an occupational ban,”
“No Productive Function”
‘A large number of Arabs and Turks in this city, whose number has grown through bad policies, have no productive function other than as fruit and vegetable vendors,’ Thilo Sarrazin told the culture magazine Lettre International.—Â “This is outrageous,’ said Kenan Kolat, who heads the Turkish Association inÂ Germany.
Germany’s Turkish community wants dual nationality
“SPDÂ and theÂ Green Party have to keep their promises,” saidÂ Kolat, remindingÂ that the parties used the multinationality issue in their election campaigns and gainedÂ the votes of several Turkish Germans by the means of related commitments. Â Turkish Community in Germany (TGD) Kenan Kolat asked the SPD and the Green Party to propose the dual nationality issue at the formal coalition negotiations with Merkel.Â