The political leaders of Hamburg are freaking nuts.
In looking for an appropriate picture for the post, I came across of some croissants made in Hamburg Germany. They (croissants) were at one time celebrated as a symbol of the defeat of Muslim Turks in Vienna in 1683. How ironically fitting to find that the picture was taken by Mahmood Hussain.
Clueless boobs that have sold their city down the path of eventual full Islamization. Hamburg will now be the ”go to place” for much of the Muslims in Germany, trying to make it a full fledged Islamic beachhead for the conquering of the rest of society. Who would have dared to mouth what’s happening now, 20-30 years ago as a possibility?
The most controversial part of the accord involves a commitment by the city government to promote the teaching of Islam in the Hamburg public school system. The agreement grants the leaders of Hamburg’s Muslim communities a determinative say in what will be taught by allowing them to develop the teaching curriculum for Islamic studies.
Moreover, Muslim officials will also be able to determine who will (and who will not) be allowed to teach courses about Islam in city schools. In practice, this means that only Muslims will be allowed to teach Islam and that pupils will not be exposed to any critical perspectives about the religious, social and political ideology of Islam.
Under the wide-ranging accord, Muslims in Hamburg will also have the right to take three Islamic holidays as days off from work. Up until now, it has been up to individual employers to decide whether or not to grant Muslim staff religious days off on a case-by-case basis. In addition, Muslim students will be exempt from attending school on Muslim holidays.
The agreement also includes provisions for the construction of more mosques in Hamburg, the upkeep of cultural Islamic facilities, the authorization for Muslims to bury their dead without the use of coffins, as well as the counseling of patients and prison inmates by Muslim clerics.
Hamburg has also pledged to incorporate Muslim broadcast slots alongside Protestant and Catholic broadcasts on public and private radio and television, as well as broadcasting council seats for Muslims with the northern Germany’s NDR public broadcaster and Germany’s federal ZDF television channel.