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Berlin: Investigation against restaurant owner for Bible verses on walls

BERLIN. The Berlin public prosecutor's office has launched an investigation into suspected hate speech against the operator of a Korean restaurant. The reason for this are Bible verses that the woman had hung on the walls of her restaurant, reports the news agency Idea.

Among other things, there are also verses from the third book of Moses, in which it says: “You shall not be with a man as one is with a woman; This is an abomination (...) everyone who does one of all these abominations - the people who do them are to be wiped out from among their people."
The lawyer for the 71-year-old Christin Park Young-Ai said that the restaurant in the Schöneberg district had meanwhile been searched by order of the Tiergarten district court. The court justified the action with an alleged "homophobic and misanthropic attitude". The lawyer filed a complaint and referred to freedom of religion. The Bible is freely available in Germany and uncensored. "But if the Bible can be read in Germany, it can also be quoted."

The restaurant owner has already been attacked several times
Park had said in an interview with a Christian Internet portal a few weeks ago that she had hung up the Bible passages in her restaurant because the word of God was alive and powerful and could fill the emptiness in people's hearts. She prayed every day for her guests that they would be grasped by the Christian faith before their death.

Because of the verses and psalms, she had been attacked several times. You could understand if, for example, homosexuals disliked some of the scriptures. She hoped, however, that at least one of them would recognize his sin and find his way back to God.

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