“His second wife was only thirteen years old when Ahmad married her in Syria. While polygamy is banned in Germany, Ahmad was allowed to bring his second wife to Germany.”
At a certain point Germans are going to have to decide whether they are going to defend and preserve their laws, customs, and mores, or whether they are going to continue to allow Muslim migrants, many of whom come to Germany believing that Sharia is superior to German law and should ultimately supplant it, to ignore it. At some point they’re going to have to decide: do they continue to accommodate Sharia, or call a halt to its accommodation? If they don’t ever call a halt, at some point Germany will become a full Sharia state. But now, those who say that Sharia should no longer be accommodated are excoriated as racists, neo-Nazis, “Islamophobes,” etc.
“German taxpayer finances Sharia loving refugee who has two wives and six children,” Voice of Europe, February 19, 2018:
A documentary about a Syrian family on Germany’s Spiegel TV has caused controversy in the country.
The 32-year-old Ahmad A. lives with his two wives and six children in the district of Pinneberg. His second wife was only thirteen years old when Ahmad married her in Syria.
While polygamy is banned in Germany, Ahmad was allowed to bring his second wife to Germany. The decision was based on the fact that she is the mother of four of his children.
Ahmad doesn’t understand the controversy, because he is a devout Muslim and follows the Sharia, which allows polygamy.
The family fled Syria’s capital Aleppo in 2015 via Greece, France and Denmark and is now completely living on benefits.
Ahmad says he always wanted to go to Germany and tells Spiegel Tv: “There’s support here. They give us social benefits, they give us this house.”…
The case of Ahmad and his family isn’t the only one where polygamy is involved. Earlier we reported that 34 refugees imported 130 family members and second wives to Germany. There’s even a case known of one refugee who has 23 children and 4 wives.