Sunday, September 7, 2014
Wearing vests with the word "sharia police" is now forbidden in North Rhine-Westphalia and is a punishable offense. The police should "proceed against such would-strip with all the police agents"
Dusseldorf (kath.net) Wearing vests with the words "sharia police" is now forbidden in North Rhine-Westphalia and is a punishable offense. Interior Minister Ralf Jäger told WDR that he had published this, a police decree. This was reported by "ARD". Police reportedly will "act against all such want-to-be police agents", including the identity verification and the removal of the vest, or any other things that abuse the name of the police. Jäger maintains that the actions of the so-called Sharia police were no longer covered with the fundamental right to religious freedom. "To proselytize people, and discharge themselves acting as a police patrol", this has the population so insecure that the police have set up a citizens' phone.
In Wuppertal men were wearing yellow or orange safety vests with the words "sharia police" and insisted on a life lived in strict accordance with Islam. They demanded among other things the following behavioral rules: No alcohol, no drugs, no pornography, no gambling, no music and no concerts.
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