A report was released on LifeSiteNews that Irene Wiens, a mother of twelve has been sentenced to 43 days in jail in the German town of Salzkotten for refusing to enroll her children in the sex education program in a local elementary school.
This incident was originally reported by two Catholic websites in Germany.
It has been previously reported on this website that it is the opinion of the German government that families should “... bring the religious convictions of the family into line with the unalterable school attendance requirement”.
The jailing of this mother confirms that the German government is serious that families should adapt their religious convictions to the school curriculum. This does not only apply to homeschooling families, but also to families that send their children to school, but do not want to enroll their children in the sex education program.
n 15 March, it has also been reported by Worldnet Daily that authorities in Paderborn, Germany, sent another two fathers to jail for refusing to allow the public school system to indoctrinate their children with a sex philosophy that "if it feels good, do it."
The Alliance Defense Fund has filed an emergency appeal to the European Court of Human rights on behalf of Irene Wiens, who was jailed after her husband served his six-week sentence for refusing for his children the school indoctrination regarding permissive sex.