The mass nonwhite invasion of Germany by Muslims from the Middle East has plunged that country’s legal system into a quandary on how to deal with the “hundreds” of child marriages among the newcomers.
According to reports, more than half of all “marriages” among the nonwhite invaders are forced and involve underage girls.
A report in the German Die Welt newspaper revealed that the underage marriage question has come to the fore since the “refugee” invasion, and that the issue has now split the German judiciary.
On the one hand, the courts are under political orders to “welcome” the invaders, but now find themselves having to enforce German law which says that the minimum marriage age of consent is 18.
Furthermore, German law allows for marriages at the age of 16—but only with parental and court consent.
However, the number of girls married among the nonwhite invaders at ages 12, 13, and 14 is so high that the matter has now been brought before the courts.
Die Welt cited one case in particular as an example. According to that paper, two “Syrians,” 14-year-old Alia and the 21-year-old Amir (their names were changed), arrived in Germany via the Balkans route in August 2015.
Although married according to Sharia law, upon their arrival in Germany they were immediately separated and Alia placed in an invader center set up for “unaccompanied minors.”
They quickly became the test case for German law: “What happens to refugee couples who are too young to get married according to German law?” the paper asked.
“Must their union be protected, or are such young girls being abused in relationships such as these?” Die Welt continued.
The Family Court in Aschaffenburg, Bavaria, found that the marriage was indeed illegal in terms of German law, and now an appeal has been made to the senior federal court in Karlsruhe.
The issue has now reached the politician’s realm as well. Last week, Die Welt reported, the Socialist Party of Germany (SPD) Minister of Justice, Thomas Kutschaty, in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, proposed revising the German law to allow underage marriage.
“In the context of the refugee influx, we are finding an increased number of cases of married minor girls from Syria or other countries,” Kutschaty said.
The “refugee” administration in North Rhine-Westphalia has reported 188 cases of underage marriages among the nonwhite invaders in that state, while the state of Baden-Württemberg has reported a further 177 cases.
According to the UN, at least 13 percent of marriages in pre-civil war Syria involved minors—but now this figure has jumped to more than 51 percent in the refugee camps in Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, and Turkey—and the number of forced marriages has increased exponentially.
The German government is now seriously considering changing its law to accommodate the nonwhite invaders, Die Welt concluded, saying that moves were already afoot behind the scenes to make the necessary legislative changes.