Editor’s note: The following is the third installment of a series of articles following activist Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff’s battle against her own government, as they proceed to prosecute her for disseminating the truth about Islam. Click the following to read Part I and Part II.
When court reconvened in February, events moved swiftly to a close.
Judge: The integration of Muslims is surely a question of particular public interest — you are allowed to be critical — but not incitement of hatred
[judge states the permitted utterances]
The language used in the seminars were not inciting hatred, but the utterances regarding Muhammad and pedophilia were punishable.
“Pedophilia” is factually incorrect, since pedophilia is a sexual preference which solely or mainly is directed towards children. This does not apply to Mohammad. He was still married to Aisha when she was 18.
On the count of “incitement to hatred”: Not guilty.
On the count of “denigration of religious beliefs of a legally recognized religion”: Guilty.
The defendant was sentenced to pay a €480 fine.
Judge: Did you understand the sentence?
[discontent in court]
The judge second-guessed the Qur’an, noting that Aisha was 18 years old when Muhammad died, which is factual, based on the hadith. The fact that he did not divorce her after she reached her majority proved that Muhammad had no exclusive desire for underage girls; he was also attracted to somewhat older females. Therefore he was not a pedophile.
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