Austrian Court: "No Mummenschantz Here"

Court bans veiled terror suspect


Mona S. told the court in Vienna “there were too many men there…”


* Austria: Anti dhimmitude and not politically correct: don’t you love ‘diversity?’ A Magistrate in Britain was recently suspended and had to undergo ‘sensitivity training’ for refusing to participate in a trial against a burkha-clad, criminal Muhammedan female:

UK: Re-educated Magistrate Back After Compulsory PC-Brainwashing

An Austrian court has excluded a young Muslim woman from the start of her trial on terrorism charges because she refused to remove her full-face veil.
The suspect, identified as Mona S, is charged, along with her husband Mohamed M, with links to al-Qaeda and posting a threatening video on the internet.

The presiding judge ordered the woman to be escorted from the court, arguing the jury could not judge her without seeing her face.

Both suspects deny the charges. (they always do/ed)

Arriving at the court in Vienna, the young woman refused to take off her full-covering niqab because she said there were “too many men here”.

Mona S’s defence lawyer argued that her trial could be prejudiced.

‘Targets mentioned’

The couple, both Austrian citizens of Arab descent, were arrested in September 2007 after a video was posted on the internet threatening attacks in Austria and Germany if military personnel were not withdrawn from Afghanistan.

The video was signed “Global Islamic Media Front (GIMF)”.

The authorities say that the man mentioned possible targets such as the Euro 2008 football championship in internet chat groups frequented by radical Islamists. The woman is alleged to have translated Arabic texts into German.

The couple’s lawyer argued that GIMF was not a terrorist organisation and there was not the slightest evidence that the couple had any link to al-Qaeda.

The couple are married under Islamic law, but not under Austrian law, the court heard.

If found guilty, they could face up to ten years in prison. A verdict is expected later this week.

Source: BBC


3 thoughts on “Austrian Court: "No Mummenschantz Here"”

  1. The day I get called for jury duty and it is a muslim being given a trial will be a very weird day for our courts where I live. I hope they give me enough paper to write on to make sure they know every thing about islam – the part about lying especially. If I am not given the chance to fill out forms – like I have done in the past – the whole room will certainly get an earful from me about islam from me

    What I will do is make sure I have my book, ‘A Never ending War’ because there are many things that I reference from it on different blogs now.

    I could bring in the koran and stuff – but I am sure that I don’t want to have a bunch of books around me while I fill out papers.

  2. >>”Austrian Court: “No Mummenschantz Here”

    Good for them! There shouldn’t be any Mummenschantz anywhere. They are a security problem.

  3. Anytime a Gort the Muslima Robot is tried they should automatically find her guilty of the charges for concealing the truth by wearing those shrouds.

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