Kadyrov: the European court of justice has declared war on religion, affirming the right of the ban on headscarves



The European court effectively declared war on religion, affirming the right of employers to impose a rule prohibiting employees to carry on the work of the hijab (women’s headscarf the Muslims). The head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov wrote on his page in Instagram.

“The European court of justice issued a shameful decision allowing employers to prohibit employees wearing hijabs and other items of clothing denoting a person belonging to any religion. In fact we are talking about a hidden war declared religions”, – said Kadyrov.

He foresees a backlash of believers on the court’s decision: “Muslims of Europe will say a decisive “No!” attempts to impose a complete ban on their religious rights! If you never wore the hijab, now (will) appear in them at work, at University, the society… the same relation to the court will demonstrate the representatives of other religions.”

The head of Chechnya compare the situation in Europe with Sodom and Gomorrah and Nazi Germany: “They want the whole world like them, has turned into Sodom and Gomorrah… In Nazi Germany, genocide was committed on a national basis. If you remain silent, there is no guarantee that it will not happen again is already on religious grounds”.

Kadyrov has accused European authorities of immorality and “the blurring of national and religious identity.” European countries, according to policy, foster a new culture, principles of which are “a complete denial of faith, of morality, of morality.”

Earlier the head of Chechnya called the topic of hijab artificial and contrived. He noted that the hijab is a headscarf Muslim women and the veil not covering face up to eyes. The latest form of clothes, in the opinion of Kadyrov, is the attire of the peoples of Afghanistan and other countries and has nothing to do with Islam.