The German government’s decision was challenged by the Muslim refugee in court, but the court upheld the government’s decision and said the government had the right to do so.
Berlin : Germany revoked citizenship of a Lebanese doctor because he had citizenship papers. At that time the female agent refused to join hands. The person had studied in Germany and the government had also given him citizenship, but not joining hands overshadowed him.
Appeal in court, but court upheld verdict
The German government’s decision was challenged by the Muslim refugee in court, but the court upheld the government’s decision and said the government had the right to do so. The court argued that after delivering the documents, joining hands means you have a contract with the government and you accept it. Refusing to join hands means that you do not accept the conditions under which you are given citizenship. In such a situation, the decision taken by the government is absolutely correct.
Religion was heavy for a person of Lebanese origin
The court ruled against the person. He was in Germany for the year 2002 and from there he also did his doctoral studies. Not only that, he also accepted all the conditions of the German government. He had also passed the German naturalization test with the highest numbers and after applying in the year 2012 he was now obtaining citizenship. . The court held that every person obtains citizenship only under the rules of Germany. And shaking hands is common in German society, which means refusing not to want to follow German society.