Poster action unjustifiably the reason of the applicant’s right to free exercise of his belief under article 4 paragraph 1 basic law intervenes in the Berlin Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf district administration in a night and fog action a Litfass column before the Scientology Church of Berlin established. A red stop sign labeled STOP SCIENTOLOGY was shown”and other hate propaganda against the Scientology Church. Then the Scientology Church turned their lawyers. The Berlin administrative court found on Friday, February 27, 2009 that the city of Berlin with this action the dignity of members of the Scientology Church under article 1 of the basic law, as well as the right to the free exercise of faith under article 4 basic law violated. The Court continues that the County has violated their duty of neutrality and a such action is legally unjustified.
The Berlin administrative court ordered the immediate removal of anti-Scientology propaganda before the Scientology Church in Berlin. The Court further said that not only is Constitutional principle of proportionality by the poster action of the District Office have been injured but d ie public front of the poster at this point injured the applicant the Scientology Church Berlin in his fundamental rights under article 1 GG… “It is certainly in the present interim relief proceedings to assume that the applicant as a worldview community the article 4 para 1 GG protected.” Lawyers of Scientology Church had accused District Office to consider basic rights and the termination of this State discrimination on the path of temporary legal protection. The Court followed the reasoning: “The posters attached to a pillar of information prior to the Head Office of the applicant’s unjustified in the reason of the applicant’s right to free exercise of his belief referred to in article 4 paragraph 1 Basic Law intervene.” “We are very satisfied with the decision of the Administrative Court and we are glad that this discriminatory eyesore for the city of Berlin” is has been removed as soon as possible. He had the image of the world of Berlin international only harmed”, so Sabine Weber, President of the Scientology Church in Berlin. The Scientology Church is recognized as a non-profit religious community in Sweden, Portugal, Hungary, Italy, the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and many other countries around the world and now also in Argentina.
In the last 30 years, German courts have Church acknowledged in the Scientology religion property in more than 45 decisions and they put under the protection of freedom of religion within the meaning of article 4 of the basic law. The first Scientology Church was founded in 1954 in the United States by former Scientologists. “Founder of Dianetics” and Scientology religion “is L. Ron Hubbard. There are now over 7,731 churches, missions and groups in 164 Nations that a total 10 million members. Press service of the Scientology Church Bayern e.V., be Anichstrasse 12, 80802 Munich, contact: Uta Eilzer, TEL. 089-38607-145, FAX. 089-38607-109,