By Souad Sbai
Islamist fate is advancing inexorably in Europe. Meanwhile, politics, institutions and the great media sector struggle to discuss deficits and migrants, and the victories achieved by the groups directly or indirectly linked to the Muslim Brotherhood and sponsors, Qatar and Erdogan’s Turkey, go almost unnoticed. These are political victories, ranging from the judicial to the social and educational field, that contribute to the creation of a parallel system only for Muslims in European territory, according to the deceitful logic of the so-called multiculturalism so loved by many lefts of struggle and government.
Some of the most recent victories: the European Court of Human Rights ruled that “it is not prohibited to create separate groups that follow the Koranic norms”, in response to an appeal from Greece made by a Muslim woman because of an issue concerning the inheritance rights. The paradox is that the Court’s ruling intervened to correct a “mistake” previously made by the Athenian justice, which ruled in favor of the primacy of sharia over the Greek legal system, despite the fact that the wife and her husband had decided to resolve the dispute following the basis of civil law. The incredible motivation of the magistracy was that, the Muslim minority in Greece, is governed by Islamic law since the 1920s. Later, the European Court ruled in favor of the woman, who was granted the right to receive her inheritance according to the Greek law, but at the same time officially legitimized the application of sharia in Europe, for joy of the Muslim Brotherhood and company.
The Court established the distinction of compatibility with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which last year celebrated 70 years, but the relativism that has also taken possession of the world of law makes this distinction very fragile, as shown by a new sentence, This time a German brand. The Federal Court of Justice, the most important court in Germany, has in fact expressed itself in favor of the constitutionality of early marriages. To ratify their total inadmissibility taking into account the numerous cases emerging among Syrian refugees, the Parliament passed a law that sets the minimum age for marriage in Germany at 18. Courts will also be able to nullify marriages where a spouse was 16 or 17 years old. The law was necessary to annul the effects of the judgment of a regional court that gave validity to a marriage between two cousins aged 21 and 14. They were separated at the time of their arrival in Germany in 2015 because their union did not conform to the German law, but the Court overturned this approach because the marriage was celebrated according to the current law in Syria. Parliament’s intervention was cut short by the Federal Court; notwithstanding that early marriages are an evident violation of the rights of children and girls, established in several international conventions that are based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
For the German legal system, it is not an unexpected development because over the last twenty years there have been many trials that have legitimized discriminatory practices in the field of inheritance rights, domestic violence and polygamy. Therefore, all this makes us think that Germany is condemned to continue along this path in the name of multiculturalism. In this regard, Great Britain, where the Muslim Brotherhood has already established and rooted in many strongholds, has played a pioneering role in the creation of parallel systems, and some northern European countries, such as Denmark and Sweden, have followed in their footsteps.
Meanwhile, Italy has not yet granted to fundamentalism self-evident and self-destructive victories in the legal sense. However, the lack of a law that bans the wearing of face veils in public areas, the frenzy of the left in opening mosques controlled by the networks of the Muslim Brotherhood and in defending the implementation of ideological and irrational migrations policies, together with the recent implementation of the teaching of Arabic in elementary schools to second generation children, have laid the foundations to set up a parallel system dominated by the Muslim Brotherhood also in Italy.
Multiculturalism has already shown that it has failed to ensure peaceful coexistence in Europe. Its consequence has been a greater spread of the Muslim Brotherhood’s extremism within the Islamic communities, whose bitter fruit is the terrorism caused by Al Qaeda and ISIS so far. The bitter fruit that will be the domination of European societies at the hands of parallel systems created by multiculturalism.