Sunday, 16 June 2013

Last year on May 1, the anti-Islam group Pro-NRW staged a demonstration in Solingen, Germany. During the demonstration they held up placards containing images of some anti-Mohammed cartoons. A group of radical Salafist Muslims, bearded and flying the black flag of jihad, arranged a counter-demonstration at the same time. During the counter-demonstration, the Muslims rioted and attacked police. This was all clearly captured on film.

Several court cases related to the incident have now taken place. All have resulted in non-custodial sentences for the rioting Muslims.
On Thursday the third trial of a Salafist at Solingen Regional Court also ended with a probationary sentence. Eight months in prison - converted to three years' probation - was the sentence after a five-hour hearing against a 27-year-old student from Meckenheim in Bonn - because of infringement of the against wearing masks, aiding and abetting serious assault and resistance to the authority of the state. The state prosecutor had requested one and a half year's imprisonment.

The video below provides some background information about the incident. You'll have to discount the usual propaganda slant from Deutsche Welle, a kind of German BBC. The video relates not to the trial reported above, but an earlier one.

See raw footage of the incident here.

So what do we have here? Radical Muslims seriously assault police officers on camera in public spaces and get away with just a slap on the wrist, while Europeans who make throwaway anti-Islam comments on Facebook are sent to prison. This is dhimmi justice. This is the kind of justice that was meted out historically in territories under Muslim rule, where differential standards of justice were applied to the Muslim and non-Muslim elements of the population.


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