FRONT PAGE MAGAZINE PRESENTS: THE POLITICAL PERSECUTION OF ELISABETH SABADITSCH-WOLFF

 

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The Political Persecution of Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff

On February 15, 2011, the Austrian Counterjihad activist Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff was convicted of “hate speech” in a Vienna courtroom for what she said in a private seminar about Muhammad and Islam.

The original charge was “incitement to hatred”. On the second day of her trial, the judge at her own discretion added a second charge, “denigration of religious beliefs of a legally recognized religion.” Elisabeth was acquitted of the first charge, but convicted of the second. She was sentenced to pay a fine of €480. Her case is currently being appealed to Austria’s highest court. If the verdict is upheld, and she refuses to pay the fine, she will spend two months in jail.

How could this happen in a modern European democratic state which recognizes the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and enshrines the right to free speech in its Constitution?

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One Response to FRONT PAGE MAGAZINE PRESENTS: THE POLITICAL PERSECUTION OF ELISABETH SABADITSCH-WOLFF

  1. Runner 7500 says:

    As far as I am concerned, islam is legally recognized in only one court. Muhammad’s (May pig diarrhea be upon him) and allah’s. I think Elisabeth could fight this one. They do not believe in man’s legal system anyway. Fight it Elisabeth.

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