A Syrian family has named their Baby Girl after German chancellor Angela MERKEL Muhammed’.
The girl born last week to a migrant couple, who used the schengen area escape Syria’s bloody war have decided to honour the 63-year-old German chancellor whose policies allowed them to settle in Germany.
The DPA news agency reported on Monday 21st August 2017 that the little girl’s first name is Angela, her middle name is Merkel, and last name is their family name of Muhammed.
The family fled from Syria now has five children and has lived in Germany for two years. Your child would have given their parents the gratitude of the Chancellor. “Angela is the predecessor and Merkel the middle name of the child,” said the hospital spokeswoman.
The baby is not the first child born in Germany to bear the name of the Federal Chancellor. For example, refugees from Duisburg had also called their child born in December 2015 so , recalled a spokesman of the city of Duisburg
"Syrian refugee family in Germany names newly born daughter Angela Merkel Muhammed, in gratitude to the Chancellor." https://t.co/TUCAkUEzHq
— GERA International (@GERA_NGO) August 22, 2017
Social media reacted to the news.
Shouldn't it be Angela Merkel herself who changes her name to "Angela Merkel Muhammed" or "Angela Merkel Quisling" or something.
— Rob Davies (@rjdavies7) August 21, 2017
Turkey has made it legal to have sex with CHILDREN
The Turkish Constitutional court has lowered the age of consent to 12-years-old.
This summer, the Turkish Hurriyet reported:
“The Constitutional Court has ruled to annul a provision that punishes all sexual acts against children under the age of 15 as “sexual abuse,” stirring outrage from academics and women’s rights activists who warn that the decision will lead to cases of child abuse going unpunished.
The Constitutional Court discussed the issue upon an application from a district court, which complained that the current law does not discriminate between age groups in cases of child sexual abuse and treats a 14-year-old as equal to a four-year-old.
The local court said the law does not provide legal consequences for the “consent” of victims in cases where the child victim is from 12 to 15 years of age and able to understand the meaning of the sexual act. “This creates an imbalance between legal benefits and sanctions that should be preserved in crime and punishment,” the application stated.”
Kronen Zeitung reported that the district court claimed a 15-year old’s consent was scarcely different to that of a 12 to 14-year-old’s. They argued that the mental capacity of a 12-year-old was not hugely different from a 15-year-old.
There remains confusion over Turkey’s age of consent laws, which differ for minors consenting to one another, and appears to draw differences for those consenting – or not – to sex with those much older than them.
The new laws will come into effect on Jan. 13, 2017.