According to Danish Radio, that’s what lies ahead for Europe, if the EU Commission has its way. But Denmark may be able to escape the mandate from on high, due to its EU opt-outs.
Thanks to Steen for pointing out this article (my translation):
Opt-outs protect against EU Sharia
Muslims living in EU countries will in future be able to divorce according to sharia law. This is the belief of the EU Commission, which recommends that a couple be able to choose which country’s law they will follow if they divorce — as long as they have some kind of connection to the country they choose.
Because of Danish opt-out provisions, the EU regulation will not have a direct impact on Denmark. But Danish People’s Party EU spokesman Morten Messerschmidt is still greatly concerned about the proposal:
“It’s a completely lamebrain idea, the possibility that the Commission will use inhumane sharia laws in the EU,” he says to MetroXpress.
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Aalborg University EU expert Soren Dosenrode concludes that this is a spanner in the works of the government’s ambition to abolish opt-outs.
“It will clearly make it harder, because people are concerned about just this sort of far-reaching proposal.”
Denmark should be prepared to fend off a flood of would-be refugees in the next few years, because a lot of us will want to escape to the only sane country left in the West.