Anti-dhimmitude in Switzerland. From Islam Online, with thanks to the Norwegian Kafir:
GENEVA, Three Muslim families were denied the Swiss citizenship, despite meeting all conditions, under claims of being “less integrated” into the society, in a step seen as counter to efforts aimed at integrating immigrants into the Swiss society.
Despite meeting all necessary requirements, the Rhinak city in the eastern province of St. Gallen, refused to give citizenship to three Muslim families, hailing from Bosnia, on the grounds that they are “less integrated into society and unaccustomed to the Swiss civil life”.
The three Muslim families, whose children are studying at Swiss schools, have been living in Switzerland for almost 20 years.
According to Swiss law, an immigrant is entitled to obtain citizenship after settling in the country for 12 years, provided that he did not commit criminal acts or financial irregularities.
Swiss laws also stipulate that immigrant children, born in the European country, have no right to obtain immediate citizenship, unlike other European countries, which grant citizenship to the children born on their soil.
The decision to deny the Muslim families citizenship was taken by 127-107 vote in the 234-member citizenship-granting committee of Rhinak
UPDATE: Gabrielle Goldwater remarks: “This view from Islam online about Swiss citizenship’s laws is entirely misleading and depends on far more issues than they report, it never means automatic citizenship will be granted after 12 years – or any entitlement at all – absolutely NOT the case.”