Editor's note: The following is the third installment of a series of articles following activist Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff's battle against her own government, as they proceed to prosecute her for disseminating the truth about Islam. Click the following to read Part I and Part II.
When court reconvened in February, events moved swiftly to a close.
Judge: The integration of Muslims is surely a question of particular public interest — you are allowed to be critical — but not incitement of hatred
[judge states the permitted utterances]
The language used in the seminars were not inciting hatred, but the utterances regarding Muhammad and pedophilia were punishable.