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...think about it

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Matthew13, Sep 5, 2002.

  1. Matthew13

    Matthew13 Member

    Joined: Jun 6, 2002 Messages: 290 Likes Received: 0
    BERLIN, Germany -- A Turkish couple living in Germany who want to call their child Osama bin Laden have been refused permission by German officials but are to appeal to a judge.

    Names can only be registered in Germany if they fulfil certain criteria. A name must clearly identify the child's gender and must not ridicule the child or be offensive.

    "Hitler" is banned as a name for that reason.

    Registrations officials in Cologne, where the young couple live, rejected the name because it would not be allowed in Turkey, a spokeswoman for the magistrates court now dealing with the case said on Thursday.

    "Another reason was the obvious association of the name with the terror attacks of September 11," she said.

    The German rules on babies' names also say that non-German parents must give their children names that are acceptable in their home country.

    However, registration officials do not have the power to ban the couple from using the name of the al Qaeda leader for their child and the case has been referred to a judge.

    The parents, both under 30, have been asked to make a statement to the judge, the spokeswoman said.

    She declined to comment on whether the couple had other children and what their names were.

    The United States blames al Qaeda and its leader, Saudi-born bin Laden, for the September 11 attacks.
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    matthewhitlerthirteen.
     
  2. TrampBurner

    TrampBurner New Jack

    Joined: Jul 18, 2002 Messages: 45 Likes Received: 0
    I dunno about you guys...

    But I'm almost glad Osama blew that ish up. Not because it killed mad people thats why I said almost. I think it was a wake up call for america. Get off the high horse you dumb fucks we can't rule forever...

    Mr. Vos
    "Anarchist Superstar"
     
  3. newjersey

    newjersey Member

    Joined: May 27, 2001 Messages: 801 Likes Received: 0
    wtf.... thats messed up....
     
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