No freedom of indigenous religion in Germany, just Islam.
For a long time Heidi Mund was known outside of Germany only as the “brave German woman” for her protest against a prayer being chanted by an imam inside a Lutheran church. Ms. Mund was thrown out of the church for her efforts, and the video of her ejection went viral on the Internet.
A faithful Christian, Heidi Mund has been involved in other anti-Islamization activities since then. The most recent was a “prayer at the borders” action in early October, which has now drawn the attention of the judicial authorities. According to the Frankfurter Rundschau, the public prosecutor in Frankfurt is considering an action against Ms. Mund, viewing her publicly organized prayers as incitement.
Many thanks to SimonXML for translating this article. A slightly different version was published earlier at Vlad Tepes:
State Prosecutor determined to act against Heidi Mund
The State prosecutor has become active against Heidi Mund — the accusation is incitement
The State prosecutor has decided to take action for incitement against Heidi Mund, who became famous as a radical Christian. She was reported to have committed these acts with her “Prayer proposals” on the Day of German Unity.
Since Heidi Mund shifted her political agitation from the street to the Internet, barely a day goes by without a message to her followers. The former front woman of the “Freien Bürger” (Free Citizens) and “Pegida Rhein Main” has set up another mailing list — “Save Europe” — which has explicitly set itself the goal of saving Germany from Islam.
On the Day of German Unity, Mund called for a human chain around Germany “as a spiritual wall”, … and with the “authority of God” to resist the “forces of darkness”.
The radical Christian called her appeal for an act of resistance “Praying hand in hand for our country”, which took place on 3 and 4 October with moderate involvement — and on 4 October a private complaint followed against Heidi Mund. Her “suggestions for prayer” met the requirements for incitement, states the complaint.
In it she calls to prayer and calls amongst other things for: