In Islamic countries, being around males without being put in a cloth sack invites rape. It can even result of making females into sex slaves because Muslim men believe if a female is not totally covered, it means she is a whore and deserves to be sexually abused (see Cologne, Germany).
The girls, whose names were not revealed, are ages 12 and 14 and live in the city of Basel. They had applied for citizenship several months ago but their requests were denied according to a Swiss media report.
The girls said their religion prevents them from being in the same swimming pool along with boys, even Swiss boys.
The swimming class is compulsory and their naturalization applications were rejected because the sisters didn't comply with the school curriculum, as per the Basel authorities.
"Whoever doesn't fulfill these conditions violates the law and therefore cannot be naturalized," said Stefan Wehrle, the president of the naturalization committee who spoke on SRF TV.
"It isn't like we can go into say, Saudi Arabia, with a Bible or religious Christian article. Heck, even Jews are forbidden to even enter the country. But they always want to have it their way," said Lars Lars, a professional bystander, who spoke without being asked.
This case illustrates how those who refuse to follow Swiss rules and customs will not become Swiss citizens, even if they've lived in Switzerland for a long time and even if they're fluent in one of the national languages: German, French or Italian. "Heck, they cannot even get their citizenship if they're gainfully employed," said Lars.
Just this past April, an immigrant family in the Basel area were denied citizenship because they wore sweatpants around town and did not greet passersby--a certain sign that they weren't sufficiently assimilated, the naturalization board claimed . . . seriously.
Another case was when two Muslim brothers refused to shake hands with their female teacher, also citing religious restrictions from the religion that is so sexually suppressed that they get promised virgins in the afterlife. And booze.
Shaking hands with a teacher is a common practice in Swiss schools.
Killing female teachers and female students is a common practice by ISIS and other orthodox Islamic organizations.
The sisters swimming case is the first to deny naturalization applications for not complying with a school program, which sets a precedence for future cases and hopefully will stem the tide of Sharia being forced down the throats of the Swiss.
Unlike the United States and other countries, in Switzerland integration into society is more important for naturalization than historical knowledge of the country or politics. People applying for citizenship in Switzerland actually have to demonstrate that they want to be well assimilated and not wanting to change the country that is hosting them.
Now that's refreshing.