Sharia Patrols Legal Deems German Court

by Admin on November 25, 2016

The patrol involves groups of Muslim men walking the streets telling people not to smoke and drink


A German Court has dismissed a case against Islamic ‘Sharia Patrols’ claiming that they did not break any laws reports Breitbart.

Sharia Patrols are groups of individuals that have been walking the streets of Germany telling people not to drink, smoke, gamble or go to nightclubs. They don orange jerseys with the words ‘Sharia Police’ on the back. The group’s leader Sven Lou is also currently on trial for allegedly backing a terrorist group fighting in Syria.

According to the report, the prosecutors claim that the jerseys represent a political uniform that is otherwise banned in the country. However, the court ruled that the jerseys were not “suggestively militant” and did not have an “intimidating effect”.

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The decision is not final and can be appealed by prosecutors.

Influx of immigrants into Europe has been massive and has brought with it, its religious rules and regulations that the immigrants deem necessary to cultivate and force into other facets of society.

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