Germany: “In the name of the people: Beating allowed”

Cross out the ‘people’ and replace that with ‘Koran’: 

Paving the Way for a Muslim Parallel Society

A recent ruling in Germany by a judge who cited the Koran underscores the dilemma the country faces in reconciling Western values with a growing immigrant population. A disturbing number of rulings are helping to create a parallel Muslim world in Germany that is welcoming to Islamic fundamentalists.

The reactions were fierce: In the middle of the storm, Christa Datz-Winter, a judge on Frankfurt’s family court, was speechless. But Bernhard Olp, a spokesman for the city’s municipal court, was quick to jump in. Olp reported that the judge had been under emotional stress stemming from a murder that had been committed in her office 10 years ago, and that she was now planning to take a break to recuperate. He also mentioned that she was “outraged” — not about herself or her scandalous ruling, but over the reactions the case has triggered.

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2 thoughts on “Germany: “In the name of the people: Beating allowed””

  1. Hey Sheik and stuff

    Most execellent site!!!

    In WA Sharia law is being brought to the attention to us by our local islamic community by their wininng and sheething ways.

    No bloody way !!

    I will be spreading the word of this website. At least we have an Australian Voice!

    Onya !!

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