Muslims don’t respect infidel laws and traditions. We’ve seen that time and time again in Europe. Now the Dutch sink even deeper into dhimmitude.
The court in Rotterdam agreed that a Muslin lawyer does not have to stand when a judges enters a courtroom.
Muslim fundamentalist and lawyer Mohammed Enait does not need to stand when the judges enter the courtroom. Enait claims that standing up conflicts with his religion. The court in Rotterdam agreed with him, reports NRC Handelsblad Friday.
According to the newspaper the court in Rotterdam had spoken with Enait about his behavior and had agreed that in extremely exceptional cases the lawyer may stay sitting, whenever deep religious convictions dictate so.
According to Enait, who recently became a lawyer, Islam states that all men are equal. He therefore thinks he can not stand for others.
Sounds like a liberal view of equality. Rights but no respect.
Meanwhile, speaking of respect …..
Jewish worshippers returning to Hebron's Cave of the Patriarchs after Muslims were given exclusive access to the holy site at the weekend reported that the cabinet containing their Torah scrolls had been urinated on.
One Jewish resident of Hebron told Israel National News that he and several other men had to move the cabinet to another part of the room because of the strong smell of urine in the area where it is usually positioned.
Additionally, green Hamas flags were found placed in the windows that mark the burial sites of Abraham, Isaac, Sara, Rebecca and Leah.
The Cave of the Patriarchs is split into Jewish and Muslim sections, as both groups revere Abraham.
Right Muslims respect all religions – my arse!
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