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Vienna (Austria): “Out of 25 students, there are 21 that need to be integrated, and many of those think that Islamic law is superior,” a teacher testifies.

The problems in the classroom are almost impossible to solve. “It’s just too much,” she told the Austrian news site Addendum. Most of the children need integration, not only linguistically but also culturally. “Nobody can do it,” she says. “Where should we integrate them? ”

Quarrels among the students are more often motivated by religion as time goes on. “Something is going in a direction that is not healthy for society,” she says. And in conversations with parents, she realizes that they often only care about the Muslim faith.

 

Wiesinger is a member of the Union of Social Democratic Teachers and has been teaching for ten years in a school of 300 students. “I think the difference between where they come from and our world is so great that they cannot solve these problems. Among my students, there are many for whom sharia is undoubtedly superior. The most important thing is to be a good Muslim.”

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