They were THE taboo topics of this election campaign: Islamism, deportations, clan crime!
But after the terrorist attack by a Syrian on the synagogue in Hagen, which was prevented at the last second, what was swept under the carpet up to now is finally coming to the fore: the danger of Islamism in Germany!
BILD wanted to know: WHAT are the Chancellor candidates doing to protect the Germans from the self-proclaimed warriors of god of fundamentalist, radical Islam?
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SPD Chancellor candidate Olaf Scholz said on Twitter that it was “our duty to do everything we can to protect you and to intervene immediately in the event of danger.”
Union candidate Armin Laschet (60, CDU) was more specific. He is committed to consistently deporting those at risk to their home countries – although at least to Syria, according to the current legal situation, they cannot be deported at the moment.
“As Prime Minister, I am already making sure that endangered persons are deported,” said Laschet, who is also Prime Minister of North Rhine-Westphalia, to BILD.
The red-green predecessor government there always refused to do so. “Since 2017, we have detained and deported 35 people who threatened to harm. We have to continue the fight against threats and terrorists. ”To this end, Laschet wants bans on anti-constitutional organizations and associations, bans on symbols of hatred and terror, entry and residence bans, expulsions and deportations – as far as legally possible. Laschet also wants to set up a European database of threats.
BILD also answered these important questions, Green Chancellor candidate Annalena Baerbock (40).
SHE says: “Hazards must be monitored in Germany, and top threats, that’s important to me, around the clock. Even if it costs money, we have to ensure security. “
To this end, the Greens relies on de-radicalization and prevention programs. She wants to train imams in Germany. For Baerbock it is clear: “There is no justification, no acceptance, no excuse for anti-Semitism, no matter from which direction it comes – from the right, from the middle of society or Islamistically motivated. And now all means must be used. “
But the danger is not only threatened by Islamist terror. German politicians even cooperate with some Islamist institutions. For example with the Ditib organization controlled by Erdogan or the Hamburg IZH, a branch of the Iranian mullahs’ regime.
Baerbock says: “We have to ensure that there is no radical influence here in Germany, and that also means with a view to state treaties with the Islamist associations that there cannot be,” said Baerbock. “We stand here on the basis of the Basic Law, and that must apply in all places, in all religious places in our country.”
Laschet evaded the subject of state treaties – he pointed out that the federal government could not conclude state treaties with religious communities – the states were responsible for this.
BUT: He wants to continue to counteract clan crime: “We do not allow criminal family clans to divide the state monopoly on the use of force among themselves.”
BILD promises all readers: We will measure the new Chancellor by his deeds!