German Soldier Dismissed For Refusing To Shake Female Soldier’s Hand Because Of His Religious Beliefs
In Germany, a court ruled against the appeal of a Muslim soldier who was sacked for refusing to shake hands with female colleagues.
The Higher Administrative Court of Rhineland-Palatinate in Koblenz stated; “The plaintiff’s position on the refusal to shake hands with women contradicts constitutionally-ordered gender equality and represents disregard for the free democratic order. They continued; “There are serious doubts that the soldier who refuses to shake hands with women serving with him, will be able to perform his duties and be ready to stand up for protection of his fellow female soldiers.
The refusal to shake hands with women on religious grounds justifies the dismissal of a temporary soldier who served for 4 years. The Higher Administrative Court of Rhineland-Palatinate in Koblenz rejected the complaint of a former soldier in a decision published last year. The dismissal was based on a violation of military duties and not on a prejudice of Muslims.
The reality is that it’s a prejudice based on him being a man, as Germany is yet another gynocentric western society with rules that heavily favour women because of feminism’s influence on law and common sense.
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