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Ägypten will die Seuche – unbedingt 20. Februar 2011

Filed under: Pater Zakaria & co. — Knecht Christi @ 01:48

Manchmal lohnt es sich eben doch, ein wenig länger wach zu bleiben, bei Facebook z.B., wenn man nicht schlafen kann. Da ist immer was los. Die westliche Welt kann sich freuen. Ach ja, Hamed Abdel-Samad weniger. Muss er mit sich selbst und seinen Analysen ausmachen.

 

Zitat Rhein-Zeitung: „Das ägyptische Volk sollte diese Erfahrung mit sich selbst machen können und nicht daran gehindert werden, weil man Angst hat, dass Islamisten darauf lauern, an die Macht zu kommen. Nein, die Ägypter entscheiden, und sie tragen auch die Verantwortung für diese Entscheidung“. Ja, ich weiß, Hamed Abdel-Samad hatte bei Abfassung des Interviews am 8. Februar noch viele Hoffnungen – wir auch, und er ging davon aus, dass sich in Ägypten alles zum Guten wenden würde. Aber so hart es klingt: Außenansichten sind manchmal nüchterner und treffender als emotional geprägte, die das eigene Land betreffen – umgekehrt trifft das natürlich genauso zu. Gestern jedenfalls kehrte Yusuf al-Qaradawi (Foto), der widerlichste Hassprediger der Muslimbruderschaft, nach Ägypten zurück und hielt natürlich sofort auf dem mittlerweile berühmt-berüchtigten Tahrir-Platz in Kairos Zentrum eine Freitags-„Predigt“.

 

Warum wurde er so freudig empfangen? Yusuf al-Qaradwi ist kein Unbekannter. Yusuf al-Qaradwi ist kein Unbekannter. Hier zwei kurze Video-Zusammenschnitte seiner „seelsorgerisch überaus wertvollen“ Ansprachen in den vergangenen Jahren.  Alles klar? Dank an Tilman Tarach für den Hattip (via Facebook).

 

 Zusätzliche Info: Eine Leserin hatte mir vor ein paar Wochen dankenswerterweise eine Nachricht zukommen lassen, die Bezug auf eine aktuelle Umfrage in Ägypten nimmt. Auszug: 65% der Ägypter sind nach einer Umfrage von Anfang 2009 der Auffassung, dass die Sharia in islamischen Ländern strikte Anwendung finden solle. Ferner sind 88 % dafür, dass westliche Werte keinen Einzug in islamische Länder finden sollen.

Hier der Link zur pdf-Datei: http://www.worldpublicopinion.org/pipa/pdf/feb09/STARTII_Feb09_rpt.pdf  –  {Quelle: haOlam.de – www.castollux.blogspot.com }

 

 

Egypt: Who is Yusuf al-Qaradawi?

 

 

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Yusuf al-Qaradawi, an influential Muslim Brotherhood theologian, promises to be in Egypt’s Tahrir Square to deliver a sermon at Friday’s prayer service. Qaradawi, who has lived in Qatar since 1961, was a vocal critic of deposed Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. A profile this week in Germany’s Der Spiegel called him the Muslim Brotherhood’s “father figure.”“to establish Allah’s law in the land by achieving the spiritual goals of Islam and the true religion.”

 

Yusuf al-Qaradawi, an influential Muslim Brotherhood theologian, promises to be in Egypt’s Tahrir Square to deliver a sermon at Friday’s prayer service. Qaradawi, who has lived in Qatar since 1961, was a vocal critic of deposed Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. A profile this week in Germany’s Der Spiegel called him the Muslim Brotherhood’s “father figure.”

 

It won’t be the first time Qaradawi has been back to Egypt, but his visits have been fleeting. A sermon from him on the first Friday after Mubarak’s ouster could be hugely symbolic as the Brotherhood tries to exert influence over the direction Egyptian society takes. And it will trigger memories of the 1979 Iranian revolution, which took a dramatic turn when Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini returned from exile in France.bEgypt’s revolution has been described as largely spontaneous, fueled by a building rage brought on by years of oppression, inspired by a Facebook page created by Google executive Wael Ghonim devoted to a man killed by security forces and ignited by the peaceful Tunisian revolt, which showed change was possible.

 

If anything, the Muslim Brotherhood deliberately took a low profile during the uprising, not wanting to play into Mubarak’s narrative that his ouster would lead to chaos in Egypt. But a statement Monday from Qaradawi’s International Union of Muslim Scholars said he “initiated the beginning of the Friday of wrath 28/01/2011 by shouting out loud, ‘Go, Mubarak, safeguard the blood and protect the people of Egypt. ’”The Brotherhood confirmed Qaradawi’s role in Friday’s events, saying he “will address the celebrators on the importance of the role of all Egyptians in building a free and democratic Egypt.”

 

The Der Spiegel profile notes Qaradawi’s enigmatic nature. Hailed as a moderate for opposing al-Qaida and embracing modern technology, he has called on Allah to kill “the Jewish Zionists” and spoken “about the right of Palestinian women to blow themselves up.” He has been barred from entering the U.S. since 1999, the profile said.

 

In the past two years, he also has: Called on Muslims to acquire nuclear weapons “to terrorize their enemies.” Called jihad an Islamic moral duty and said Muslims are permitted to kill Israeli women because they serve in the army. Affirmed his support for suicide bombings. “I supported martyrdom operations,” he said, according to a translation by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI). “This is a necessary thing, as I told them in London. Give the Palestinians tanks, airplanes, and missiles, and they won’t carry out martyrdom operations. They are forced to turn themselves into human bombs, in order to defend their land, their honor, and their homeland.” They are forced to turn themselves into human bombs, in order to defend their land, their honor, and their homeland”.

 

Called the Holocaust a divine punishment of Jews “for their corruption. The last punishment was carried out by Hitler. By means of all the things he did to them – even though they exaggerated this issue – he managed to put them in their place. This was divine punishment for them. Allah willing, the next time will be at the hands of the believers.” Prayed for the opportunity to kill a Jew before his death. “The only thing that I hope for is that as my life approaches its end, Allah will give me an opportunity to go to the land of Jihad and resistance, even if in a wheelchair. I will shoot Allah’s enemies, the Jews, and they will throw a bomb at me, and thus, I will seal my life with martyrdom. Praise be to Allah.”

 

This week, a Brotherhood official was among eight people named to a panel charged with recommending changes to Egypt’s suspended constitution. As the IPT has noted, the Brotherhood’vsbylaws continue to call for it “to establish Allah’s law in the land by achieving the spiritual goals of Islam and the true religion.” That includes “the need to work on establishing the Islamic State, which seeks to effectively implement the provisions of Islam and its teachings.”

 

Der Spiegel reports that Qaradawi envisions a “United Muslim Nations” as a contemporary form of the caliphate. In its statement on the Revolution, the International Union of Muslim Scholars advocated something much broader. It called for “all components of the Egyptian people, Muslims and Copts, alike to stand as one to reach a consultative democratic government which represents the Egyptian people and its values and principles.”

 

Chaverim Israel

 

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