Cultural Enrichment: 'Sharia Street Patrol' in Austria Hospitalizes Father Protecting his Daughter

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
May. 18, 2016

Our diversity is our strength.

Whereas native Austrians brought Austria and the world the music of Mozart, Schubert and Brahms, Muslim immigrants have brought us "Sharia street patrols" who go around beating people for not conforming to Sharia law.

From Daily Express:
A self-styled Sharia patrol group have been jailed for savagely beating a man trying to defended his daughter and wife.

A court heard the group of young men, who called themselves ĎThe Wolves', approached the victimís mother, daughter and his daughterís friends.

They told the girls, who were aged between 14 and 16, they were behaving improperly and ordered them to go home.

The group told the manís wife: "We, and only we, are bringing the girls back home. They are our country's women."

Terrified, the mother phoned her husband, who turned up a short while later and confronted the group. In response, they brutally beat the man while his distraught family looked on in the shocking incident in Vienna, Austria.

Another passer-by who tried to help the victim was also attacked.

Both men ended up in hospital with severe cuts and bruises, while the father and husband was left with a titanium plate in his his eye socket.


Three men were later identified and sentenced to between eight and 10 months in jail for GBH.

Another man was spared jail but fined Ä480 for inciting violence.


Now, sure some could argue the music of Mozart and other Austrians has culturally enriched the world, but who's to say it's more culturally enriching than Sharia street patrols like the one below in Germany which the German government ruled last year was perfectly legal?



We must follow in the footsteps of "The Most Tolerant One" Justin Trudeau and learn from these other cultures, they have much to teach us!



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