Skip to comments.Iran-born AfD politician investigated over Islamophobia accusations [Germany]
Posted on 08/09/2017 9:28:54 PM PDT by Olog-hai
Prosecutors in the southwest German city of Saarbrücken are investigating an Iran-born AfD politician over accusations that she made Islamophobic statements.
A prosecutors office spokeswoman said on Wednesday that AfD politician Laleh Hadjimohamadvali a candidate in the upcoming national elections is suspected of defamation of religious groups, as well as incitement to hatred.
Hadjimohamadvali was born in Iran and has said that she fled to Germany to get away from Islam in the 1980s after the 1979 Iranian Revolution led to the establishment of an Islamic Republic.
According to the Saarbrücker Zeitung, Hadjimohamadvali said during a party gathering on June 24th that Islam was worse than the plague because she said Muslims become stronger in Germany every day and are taking over an ever greater portion of the country.
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When recognizing the reality of a situation is a crime....
The writers of that law in Germany, and the prosecutors are enemies of the people, and should be dealt with using whatever level of force is necessary to remove them as enemies, up to, including, and beyond lethal force.
Freedom is worth dying for, and it’s worth killing its enemies for.
It used to be only in Islamic countries that you couldn’t question Islam. Now Europe is doing the same thing.
The same type of law was in effect in the 1930’s-40’s in Germany, right? Saying anything against the ruling power got you a short trip to an unmarked grave. This is just trying to appear a bit more civilized. Whereas in the U.S., they try to make it appear to be a mugging gone wrong.
Voltaire said “To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.”
Kevin Alfred Strom, IIRC.
Wow, I did not realize this. Thank you for the correction!
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