Tuesday, May 3, 2011

FRANCE - Burqa, Islam: The debate continues

Ban the Burqa, a miscalculation When Otto von Bismarck, the Iron Chancellor, attacked the power of the Catholic Church in Germany recently unified in the 1870s, the confrontation was baptized Kukturkampf - the fight for culture. Based on the idea that a good German could not be loyal to a foreign religious authority based in Rome since he was introduced as the desire to liberate believers rather than oppress them.

No results. Catholics, suspecting a trap, rallied around their sovereign pontiff, and when they are forced to choose between their faith and their loyalty to the state, often leaned towards the former. Abderrahmane Dahmane, a former adviser to President Sarkozy for Diversity, said that Islam in France had become a "stigmatized".

In protest, he began distributing green stars of his coreligionists, in memory of symbols that the Jews of Europe had to wear during the Second World War. The campaign of the Green Star is not the proof of the stupidity of its author and its crass insolence, especially since it would rather the French who might feel uncomfortable in certain areas of their cities, faced with bands of young Algerians and Moroccans.

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