Germany: New Law Banning Child Marriage Declared Unconstitutional.

Germany: New Law Banning Child Marriage Declared Unconstitutional.

Germany: New Law Banning Child Marriage Declared Unconstitutional.

by Soeren Kern at Gatestone Institute.

Also, another disturbing video regarding Germany’s new arrivals appeared on Twitter below.

* The culture is rapidly changing in Germany. In September 2016, the German Interior Ministry revealed that 1,475 married children (including 361 children under the age of 14) were known to be living in Germany as of July 31, 2016.

Hence, the legislation to ban child marriages.

However, even in this case, where German lawmakers passed a law to ban it, German law is being trumped by Sharia law. According to Gatestone, German courts are increasingly deferring to Islamic law because either the plaintiffs or the defendants are Muslim.

This is a dangerous trend and illustrates the pitfalls of a multicult society, especially when a good many of the newcomers arrive from an alien cultures.

– The Federal Court of Justice (Bundesgerichtshof, BGH), Germany’s highest court of civil and criminal jurisdiction, has ruled that a new law that bans child marriage may be unconstitutional because all marriages, including Sharia-based child marriages, are protected by Germany’s Basic Law (Grundgesetz).

According to Kern, the ruling, which effectively opens the door to legalizing Sharia-based child marriages in Germany, is one of a growing number of instances in which German courts are — wittingly or unwittingly — promoting the establishment of a parallel Islamic legal system in the country.

The case involved a Syrian couple – a 14-year-old Syrian girl married to her 21-year-old cousin – who arrived in Germany at the height of the migrant crisis in August of 2015.

** The V4 Report posted months ago regarding another problem in Germany related to mass migration and multicult. This involved polygamy or a Muslim migrant with more than one wife. The courts ordered that the ‘second wife’ in Syria should be reunited with her husband in Germany.

We are all for reunification…so long as it takes place in the country of origin and outside of Europe.