Sunday, March 12, 2006

Germany: Volunteering for Dhimmitude

Some people in Germany simply don't get it as they continue to bend over backwards attempting to appease people that care nothing of good will.

This time the appeasers are the Green Party. Those benefitting?

Seriously, how many guesses do you need?

Germany's opposition Green party said female police officers should be allowed to wear the Islamic headscarf, citing England and Sweden as examples of religious tolerance towards their public sector workers.

"I would welcome it, if the police are allowed to wear turbans or headscarves," said Green legislator, Joseph Winkler who is also an expert on migrant affairs.

Meanwhile fellow party member Angelika Beer concurred with Winkler's view by adding, "A policewoman with a headscarf has to be taken as serious as a female teacher with a headscarf."

Several German states have adopted tough anti-headscarf laws as a consequence of a Supreme Court ruling which allows federal states to bar Muslim public employees with headscarves, provided they have the necessary legislation on the books.

Muslims number around 3.2 million out of Germany's population of 82.5 million.
Dhimmis can be so cute when they whimperingly lay down and bare their necks. News like this is good enough to be reported by the Islamic Republic News Agency -- a news service that places this passage on its website:
The professional activities of the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) are based on and aimed at securing the Islamic Republic of Iran's national interests. Efforts of management and professional personnel of IRNA are thus focused on achieving higher ground each day n (sic) fulfillment of its stated goal.
I have to wonder why Iran thinks the wearing of the headscarf is in its national interest. If Iran believes this, why is it so hard for Germany to figure it out?

Via The Religion of Peace.

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