Could Sharia soon be the law of the land in a country overrun by Muslim refugees? When tens of thousands of improperly vetted immigrants converge upon a country in a short amount of time and overwhelm the system, the very nature of the nation is forever changed.
This isn’t happening in America—not yet at least. However, an overturning of the rule of law, in favor of Sharia Law, just might be going on in Germany.
A German court recently ruled that the creation of a “vigilante patrol” to enforce Sharia Law on the streets of the city of Wuppertal did not break German law, Gates Tone Institute reports.
The German court’s ruling, in essence, authorizes a Sharia police force to oversee the demands of Islamic law in Wuppertal.
The self-appointed force reportedly handed out flyers that detailed the creation of a “Sharia-controlled zone” in the German city.
The men involved in the Sharia police force “urged” both Muslims and non-Muslims they encounter on the street to abstain from alcohol, gambling, music, porn, prostitution, and cigarettes. The force also strongly encouraged attending the local mosque.
German law has effectively taken a backseat to Sharia law in the city. This sets a very dangerous precedent. Islamic law, in at least this one city, now reigns supreme of government-established law and order.
Three years ago, the city of Hamm decided that anyone who gets married according to Islamic law in a Muslim country and wants to divorce in Germany must adhere to the marriage-ending terms established by Sharia law.
The Hamm decision means anyone, in essence, any male Muslim, can engage in the Sharia practice of “triple-talaq.” This means to get a divorce, the Muslim must only say, “I divorce you” three times, and the marriage is officially over.
A mounting number of Muslims in Germany are reportedly not even bothering to engage government courts to resolves issues. Instead, the Islamic refugees and their German Muslim peers are using Sharia courts to settle differences.
Sharia courts are reportedly popping up around the country. “If the rule of law fails to establish its authority and demand respect for itself, then it can immediately declare its bankruptcy,” said Franz Solms-Laubach, Bild’s parliamentary correspondent, when talking about the Muslim refugees and Sharia issue in his country.
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