Teacher Drops Truth Bomb About Muhammad And His Wives, Now She Faces These CRIMINAL Charges

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A teacher is in hot water simply for telling the truth about the Islamic prophet Muhammad. She is facing criminal charges because after all, we have to appease Muslims or face the consequences, even though their mission is to wipe out every other race.

Apparently, telling the true story of Islam is forbidden in Austria today.

Vol.at reported, via Vlad Tepes:

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A middle school teacher allegedly referred to Mohammed as child molester in front of her pupils. The prosecution was informed; the provincial education department now awaits the investigation.

A Bregenzer teacher is said to have described the founder of Islam as a child molester in front of her students. “Yes, there is this allegation against a teacher,” the provincial educational counsellor Bernadette Mennel confirms the corresponding complaint. The education department had immediately forwarded the case to the prosecutor.

They check whether the allegations are true. Due to the ongoing investigation, no further information on the case is currently available through the state school board. If the allegations were true, the teacher would have to face consequences. “Such statements are unacceptable,” stressed Mennel to VOL.AT. However, they would await the outcome of the prosecution, before making decisions.

The accusation that Muhammad was a child molester is not new. It refers to Mohammed’s third wife Aisha bint Abu Bakr.

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She was betrothed to Mohammed at the age of six years, and according to tradition at nine years the marriage was consummated.

(h/t Gateway Pundit)

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