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9-11 Do More Than Never Forget- Stop Islam's Assault
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Sunday, September 8, 2013

Islam vs Europe :Berlin's Kreuzenburg Area bans public Christmas Celebrations

Well- if they told Islam NO based on the fact that the Quran and Hadiths include dictates for followers to instill Government and Laws on all people- regardless of belief...then they would not have to erase all real " peaceful religious " celebrations. but instead governments appease the Islamic ideology in the name of fairness--We ask you --is it fair that in Islamic Nations --fairness , equality as per the quranic laws , does not factor in?

Islam vs Europe:
Recently, I wrote about a ban on the use of Christian symbols in the public celebration of Christmas in the German city of Solingen. Now the virus has spread to Berlin.
As of now, Christmas is banned in Berlin's Kreuzberg - at least as far as celebration in public places is concerned. Christmas is only allowed in the home, so that the religious feelings of others are not injured.

No April Fool: the district office of Berlin Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg is doing away with Christmas. The authorities are allowing no more Christmas celebrations in public places or streets. A Christmas tree may only be set up in a central location, allocated by the authorities in advance - so reports the "Berliner Zeitung". The ban on celebrations was decided by the Greens, the Left and the Pirates. The SPD [Socialists] and CDU [Merkel's party, mainstream right] were apparently against it.

The responsible city councilman Peter Beckers (SPD) responded to protests against the ban on the public celebration of Christmas to the BZ: "Why do religious celebrations need to be celebrated in public?"

Background to the Christmas ban: In August Muslims wanted to celebrate the end of Ramadan on Berlin's streets. There were complaints from locals worried about the noise. The District Office made "short work" of these and immediately banned all religious celebrations - including Christmas, on the grounds of "equal treatment".
Source: MMNews.de

Kreuzberg is notorious as one of the most Muslim-colonised parts of Berlin and Germany. 

UPDATE: The Austrian newspaper Kleine Zeitung picks up this story today and adds an interesting detail.

For example the Christmas market only received approval after the event was renamed "Winterfest".