Julgamento de Sabaditsch-Wolff começa dia 23/11/2010

Começa hoje um processo a acompanhar com toda a atenção através de vários blogues, como os abaixo indicados.

É um processo da maior importância, uma vez que Sabaditsch-Wolff será julgada por ter proferido afirmações verídicas sobre o islão. Se for condenada, a análise crítica do islão na Áustria fica virtualmente proibida, facto que pode contagiar a jurisprudência europeia.
Por outro lado, o julgamento cria uma oportunidade altamente mediática para dar a conhecer ao cidadão médio, largamente ignorante da matéria, o que é o islão, não apesar dos media de massas, mas por seu intermédio, como foi o caso do julgamento de Geert Wilders, transmitido na televisão holandesa, o que permitiu que muitos holandeses ouvissem, pela primeira vez, alguns académicos do islão a dizer, preto no branco, o que o islão é: um complexo político-religioso totalitário com aspirações globais.
Like the trial of Geert Wilders, next week’s trial of Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff will be a historic milestone in the resistance to the Islamization of Europe — or a tombstone for European civil liberties, if Elisabeth is convicted.

The first hearing in Elisabeth’s case will take place in the Vienna court on November 23rd, starting at 9:00am CET (3:00am EST). In collaboration with Europe News, Tundra Tabloids, and the Save Free Speech website, I will be live-blogging the event as early as I can manage to get up that morning.

The reporting team will aim to decipher exactly what the offense is that Elisabeth has been charged with. It is expected that the entire audio recording from the FPÖ seminars will be played in court, permitting the prosecutor to explain in detail what cannot be permitted to be said, and why the religiousness of Islamic teachings makes it so.

The defense, for its part, can be expected to document the accuracy and truthfulness of what was said, thus focusing on the core problem: Is it illegal to speak the truth about Islam?

The live-blogging will report core issues as they unfold during the day, which may become detailed and extensive. At the end of the day, an edited report of the highlights will be published at one or more of the participating sites.

Stay tuned on Tuesday, and keep an eye on the live-blogging pages at Tundra Tabloids and the ESW defense site.
ESW cartoon, Sappho
Previous posts about the hate speech case against Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff:

2009Dec5Fighting a Hate Speech Charge in Austria
11Heckling the Counterjihad
14Whose Law?
17Defaming the Muslims of Pinkafeld
2010Mar11A Mother and an Activist
20An Austrian “Hate School”
22Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff at the Freedom Defense Initiative
29Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff and the Wiener Akademikerbund
Sep9“Islam is a Political Ideology Disguised as a Religion”
16“Justice Must Not Be Made the Handmaiden of Sharia”
17The Truth Does Not Matter
Oct11Interview With Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff
16Is the Truth Illegal in Austria?
20A Court Date for Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff
21BPE Press Release on Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff
22Elisabeth’s Voice: An Appeal
23Elisabeth’s Voice: A Follow-Up
24Raising Our Voices
25Elisabeth’s Voice is Growing
27Elisabeth’s Voice: More Information
27A Bit More Media Attention?
28We Are Elisabeth’s Voice
30Elisabeth’s Voice in Amsterdam
31Mark Steyn Joins Elisabeth’s Voice
Nov2Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff: Target of Western Shariah
6Anatomy of a Discussion with a Leftist Journalist
8ESW in the WSJ
10“The Left is Very Much the New Far Right”
11Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff Versus the State of Denial
17Elisabeth’s Voice: An Update
15The New English Review Interviews Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff
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