Muslim State Secretary for Berlin voices her backing for Sharia law in Europe, saying it is ‘absolute compatible’ with German legislation

Monday, December 12, 2016
By Paul Martin

Sawsan Chebli, 38, was born in Berlin to ‘pious Muslim’ Palestinian parents
She said wearing a headscarf was a ‘religious duty’ to many Muslim women
Chebli said Sharia law ‘regulates the relationship between God and man’
She said there was no reason why it should not be compatible with German law

12 December 2016

A politician has controversially voiced her backing for Sharia Law being introduced in Europe, calling it ‘absolutely compatible’ with current legislation.

The State Secretary for the Berlin Government, Sawsan Chebli, defended Islamic law saying it can exist alongside Germany’s Basic Law because it ‘largely regulates the relationship between God and man’.

Ms Chebli, a Muslim who herself wears western dress and does not cover her head, defended the headscarf as a ‘religious duty’ and said there should be no problem with those who choose to wear one.

Last week Berlin Mayor Michael Müller announced a new government consisting of a coalition of Social-Democrats, Greens and the left-wing Die Linke party that will rule Germany’s capital city.

Mr Müller announced he planned to appoint Ms Chebli, 38, as the state secretary in charge of federal government coordination.

But her comments about Sharia law have been criticised even within her own Social Democrat (SPD) party.

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