Hodjanernes Blog

27 august 2015

Så skal rævene til at vogte gæs

Universitet åbner master i islamisk teologi

Det sker, når Det Teologiske Fakultet ved Københavns Universitet fra januar næste år udbyder en såkaldt fleksibel master i islamisk teologi.

Uddannelsen er praktisk orienteret og henvender sig blandt andet til faggrupper som sygeplejersker, politi, skolelærere, socialrådgivere og andre, som arbejder med etniske minoritetsgrupper i Danmark.

En af initiativtagerne er Naveed Baig, som er imam og tilknyttet Rigshospitalet og Herlev Hospital, og som selv skal undervise på masteruddanneslen sammen med dr. Nazila Isgandarova, som er forsker og muslimsk sjælesørger i Canada.

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Naveed Baig kender vi godt:

JYLLANDS-POSTEN bragte 23/7 2006 flere artikler, der fokuserer på, at Minhaj ul-Quran er en islamistisk bevægelse, der legaliserer drab på frafaldne.

I centrum står imam på Rigshospitalet og medlem af Muslimer i Dialog Naveed Baig, der på en video fra 1994 udtalte sin støtte til sådanne mord.

Naveed Baig vil ikke sige, om han stadig har disse anskuelser. Det må man gå ud fra, at han har.

I bogen “Muslimsk-dansk dagbog”, der udkom tidligere på året på Informations Forlag, fortæller Naveed Baig, hvordan han glæder sig til at studere på Markfield Institute of Higher Education i Leicester i Storbritannien.

Denne “undervisningsinstitution” er sidste skud på stammen hos den europæiske hovedcentral af den ekstremistiske bevægelse Jamaat-e-Islami, grundlagt i Pakistan i 1941 af Abul Ala Mawdudi, en af pionererne i islamismens historie.

Leicester-centrets direktør, Khursid Ahmad, repræsenterer Jamaat-e-Islami i senatet i den pakistanske North West Frontier provins. Her gør bevægelsen sit bedste for at skabe forhold a la Afghanistan under Taleban.

Det var Jamaat-e-Islamis ungdomsbevægelse, der under Muhammed-krisen satte en pris på de danske tegneres hoveder. Og det var fra centret i Leicester, at man i sin tid fik gjort Salman Rushdies roman “De sataniske vers” til en sag i Vesten.

Jyllands-Posten har bedt islamforsker Tina Magaard om at gennemlæse nogle af Minhaj-lederen Tahir ul-Qadris bøger, og den fornuftige Magaard er ikke i tvivl: »En typisk islamist.«

Dr. Nazila Isgandarova kan man bedømme ud fra en hurtig Google-søgning:

Europeans are not all afraid of Muslims or Islam and do not all target Muslims on a personal level.

Many Muslims live, work and study in Europe and no one tries to kill them or eliminate them. However, when a sociotropic threat, especially in terms of social and political identity and economic insecurity, becomes a real problem in society, Islamophobia becomes one of the major problems of Europe, and may put the lives of Muslims in danger.

Here is my argument, which is based on the 1997 document “Islamophobia: A Challenge For Us All,” a widely accepted report adopted by the European Monitoring Centre for Racism and Xenophobia. The document highlights eight components of Islamophobia:

1) Islam is seen as a monolithic bloc, static and unresponsive to change.

2) Islam is seen as separate and “other.” It does not have values in common with other cultures, is not affected by them and does not influence them.

3) Islam is seen as inferior to the West. It is seen as barbaric, irrational, primitive and sexist.

4) Islam is seen as violent, aggressive, threatening, supportive of terrorism and engaged in a “clash of civilizations.”

5) Islam is seen as a political ideology and is used for political or military advantage.

6) Criticisms made of the West by Islam are rejected out of hand.

7) Hostility towards Islam is used to justify discriminatory practices towards Muslims and exclusion of Muslims from mainstream society.

8) Anti-Muslim hostility is seen as natural or normal.

Unfortunately, current conditions in many European countries foster xenophobic attitudes in society. Some politicians and powerful media corporations in Europe, and also many writers, are unable to hide the intensity of their own prejudice against Muslims and Islam in general. This attitude creates a negative impression of Muslims and Islam and leads to the further marginalization of Muslims.

Så er tonen slået an for den kommende islam-undervisning.

11 august 2011

“It should be us, with our understanding of Islam, our principles, colonizing the United States of America.” – Tariq Ramadan, Dallas, July

On July 27, 2011, Tariq Ramadan gave a speech at a fundraiser organised by the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) in Dallas (TX).

GMBDR describes ICNA as “a less well-known part of the Muslim Brotherhood network in the U.S., generally thought to be closely tied to the Jamaat-e-Islami organization of Southeast Asia, itself known to be allied with the Muslim Brotherhood. ICNA is particularly close to the Muslim American Society and the two organizations have been holding joint annual conventions for many years.”

The website voicesempower.com and other American websites have reported on the fact that several ticket holders, who had paid their way to listen to Ramadan in Dallas, were expelled from the conference room. In spite of that, some spectators managed to record Tariq Ramadan’s conference and made it available on YouTube.

Læs resten her.

15 marts 2009

‘Danskere’ opfordrer til angreb på Israel

Udenlandske krigsskibe ved Gaza skal bekæmpes, lyder det i en erklæring, som tre fremtrædende danske muslimer har underskrevet.