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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Germany: blogger convicted of insulting Islam, fine of 2,500 euros levied

Michael Mannheimer said that Islam was trying to take over Europe and that sharia and Islam were not compatible with the German constitution.  For this he is taken to task and fined.

Ironic, isn't it that he gets arrested and convicted for saying the exact same things Islamic leaders say.

From Mustafa Mashhur, dear leader of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt from 1996 until his death in 2002;


 "It should be known that Jihad and preparation towards Jihad...are also for the purpose of realizing the great task of establishing an Islamic state and strengthening the religion and spreading it around the world..."


...and the band plays on...


From Politically Incorrect March 28


Penalty Fine Against Michael Mannheimer
On February 14, 2012, Michael Mannheimer received a penalty fine from the Heilbronn district court in the degree of 50 days at 50 euros per day (2,500 euros). The basis for the fine was Mannheimer’s criticism of Islam, especially his claim that Islam is working on taking over and islamizing Europe. In addition to this, his evidence that Islam is striving for world power and his conclusion that Qur’an and Sharia are irreconcilable with the Constitution. Mannheimer’s publicized call for public resistance from April 8th of last year where he invoked Article 20 Section 4 of the Constitution.
With this, state attacks against exposed critics of Islam now on the advance. There were Geert Wilders and Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff, and now this affects one of the most well-known and aggressive critics of Islam in Germany. The charge was made by a Baden-W├╝rttemberg court. One would be a rascal to think that this might possibly have a connection with the Red-Green victory and the current Kretschmann administration. Political processes – and this is one – is fundamentally being eyed by the current regional minister of justice. And this person, with his discretionary position, could decide whether a trial could arise from a charge. Therefore, the ministry of justice is authorized to issue directives to the district attorney. And for the first time since 1945, Turkish regional ministers sit in the Baden-W├╝rttemberg cabinet – and we don’t need to say a thing here about the Turkish clientele in the SPD and among the Greens.
The charge states:
“Said individual is charged with having distributed a storage of data equivalent to a document where hostility against a religious group is incited, calls for violence or capricious measures against them and whereby their dignity is attacked, that they are insulted, maliciously made contemptible and are slandered.

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