The following two reports deal with opposite ends of the process of Islamization, which is rapidly accelerating throughout Germany.
First, a brief TV news item on the continuing inflow of mujahideen for the Islamic State, disguised as “Syrian” “refugees”. Many thanks to Ava Lon for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
The story below from German public broadcasting (also translated by Ava Lon) highlights the other end of the process: the surrender of German institutions to demands made by Islam. The article describes the capitulation of the school system, which has now decided to allow a schoolgirl in Saxony to wear the niqab, a full-body garment that leaves only the eyes and the hands uncovered.
As it happens, wearing the niqab to school is illegal in Saxony. Normally Germans are sticklers for following the rules, and would regard any form of lawbreaking with revulsion. In this case, however, it appears that the multicultural imperative is stronger than the deeply-felt urge to be law-abiding:
Schoolgirl is allowed to wear niqab despite ban
For three years now, a 16-year-old student from Belm (Landkreis Osnabrück) has been coming to school fully covered. This is actually forbidden.
However, no punitive measures were taken against the girl and her parents so far; the school has tolerated the concealment. Now the religion committee of the state parliament has interfered and decided: the young woman is allowed to wear her niqab, which leaves only a slot for the eyes.
They did not want to force her to remove the veil, explained State Secretary Erika Huxhold. And this despite the fact that the pupil was violating the Lower Saxony laws, the Lower Saxony constitution, and the Basic Law.
16-year-old gets involved in the lessons
The reason: According to statements of all involved, the school peace is not endangered by the fully-veiled 16-year-old, explained Huxhold. There had been no complaints from classmates, teachers or parents during the entire time. In addition, the student was also taking part in class. Schooling is still compulsory for the 16-year-old, and she will graduate from high school next year. The well-being of the girl was in the foreground, she [Huxhold] said.
Headmistress tried to prevent the full covering
The headmaster of the high school in Belm had tried for a long time to persuade the girl and her family to give the veil up — but without success. Only when she became aware of the case of an 18-year-old student from Osnabrück, who also came to school with a niqab in August, de she turn to the Lower Saxony school authorities. In the case of the 18-year-old, the Osnabrück administrative court had forbidden participation in lessons while wearing the niqab.
The Lower Saxony school authority also commented on the process in Osnabrück. An official spokeswoman declared that the state could not fulfill its educational task with disguised pupils. They said that open communication, which includes the spoken word, gestures, and body language, were not possible with a face veil.
Is Belm the precedent?
According to The Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung, four other cases are known in the country in which minor pupils have worn the niqab. They were able be persuaded via dialogue to remove it. According to HAZ, the CDU [Christian Democratic Party] fears that Belm could set a precedent. Stefan Politze (SPD) [Socialists], on the other hand, praised the committee’s thoughtful, leveled action “in the best interest of the children”.
|00:00||A year ago the Paris terrorists attacked.|
|00:06||130 people were killed in the attack. We now know that all nine terrorists|
|00:12||came to Europe pretending to be refugees. Now German intelligence is warning that|
|00:18||there is still a danger that more Islamic State fighters|
|00:21||will be smuggled into Germany. The IS terror militia trained them|
|00:24||in their behavior, so they wouldn’t stand out, even if they were interrogated by the police,|
|00:27||or by filing an asylum application. No more details have been released.