hamel.interfaith.service

Mediene kunne søndag og tirsdag fortelle at «dusinvis» muslimer i Frankrike og Italia viste sin solidaritet med pater Jacques Hamel ved å delta i hans begravelse eller ved messer til hans minne.

Nå er ikke «dusinvis» særlig mange i et land med seks millioner muslimer. Tallet var nesten pinlig lavt. Men det var symbolsk, kan man kanskje si. Et lite håp?

Men så viser det seg at de «dusinvis» ikke var «vanlige muslimer» dvs vanlige sunnier, men ahmadiya.

Det skriver Douglas Murray i Spectator. Han blev selv «puzzled» av informasjonen om solidariteten og hadde en mistanke om at det var ahmadiyah.

Mediene er ikke interessert i å vise at sunnni-muslimer uteblir, men bruker ahmadiyaene for alt det er verdt.

Det er dobbelt uredelig fordi ahmadiyaene er selv en forfulgt sekt innen islam. I Pakistan er de i lovs form ikke anerkjent som muslimer. Men de stiller villig opp som brobyggere og et par av Aftenpostens mest iherdige forsvarere av islam er ahmadiya, til tross for at de utmerket godt vet at deres trosfeller ikke betraktes som muslimer. Det ligger et kompenserende ønske i bunnen, om å oppnå goodwill og bli anerkjent. I vestlige samfunn, men mest blant deres egne som ikke vil vite av dem.

ANNONSE

Vestlige medier og politikere står i kø etter gode nyheter om muslimer. Ahmadiya leverer dem og vestlige medier unnlater å fortelle at de er ahmadiya for ikke å svekke en god story. Hvis det kom frem ville det bli tydeligere at sunnier og shiaer ikke er opptatt av å vise solidaritet med europeere eller amerikanere som rammes av terror.

Denne mangel på empati svekker tilliten i nesten like stor grad som terroren, eller rettere: Kommer på toppen av den.

Mediene har flere muligheter å velge mellom, alt ettersom hvilke knagger de har å henge en story på.

Den gode muslim er den beste, den minner om den barmhjertige samaritan i Det nye Testamente.

Douglas Murray la merke til meldingene søndag.

Fortunately the slaughter of Father Jacques Hamel last week has already got its good news story. Near the top of the news agenda on Sunday was news that Muslims had attended mass across France and Italy in solidarity. It is the sort of heart-warming news story to which the media these days is enormously attracted and, therefore, enormously vulnerable.

Det er som regel ahmadiya det er snakk om hvis muslimer strekker hånden ut:

I have been scouring through these stories and the striking thing about them is that in most cases the Muslim attendees at mass appear to have been – as I would have expected them to be – Ahmadiyya Muslims. This is the persecuted sect which many Muslims regard as non-Muslims and who are subjected to severe persecution around the world from other Muslims. Even here in the UK. Despite being a tiny minority sect within Islam they are also – as I have pointed out here before – the group which is almost always behind any positive outreach from the Muslim communities in Europe.

Anyhow – stories of the Muslims of Europe attending church in their dozens as a gesture of solidarity was clearly an Ahmadiyya initiative. Accounts of the Muslims attending mass in Rouen show that they unfurled an Ahmadiyya banner (the banner had the group’s outreach motto, ‘Love for all. Hate for none’ on it). Some accounts of the several dozen Muslims who attended mass in Rouen recorded that ‘Many of the Muslims’ attending mass there were Ahmadiyya.

Hvordan rapporterte BBC denne storyen?

Of course the BBC headline on this simply said ‘Muslims across France have attended Catholic mass in a gesture of solidarity’. The Archbishop of Rouen is quoted in the story saying that these Muslims told him ‘It’s not Islam which killed Jacques Hamel.’ We also learn that ‘Mosques are not a place in which fanatics become radicalised. Mosques do the opposite of terrorism: they diffuse peace and dialogue.’ This came on the same day we learned of the Imam of a mosque in Cardiff teaching his young male students that Islamic law allows them to take sex slaves.

Ahmadiya synes å ha et psykologisk behov for å hvitvaske sine egne forfølgere.

Det blir enda mer bizarrt når mediene er med på notene og unnlater å fortelle at det er ahmdiya som er stand-in for sunnier og shiaer, og at de forfølges for sin tro i muslimske land, og – viser det seg – nå også i Europa.

I stedet for solidaritet og dialog er mediene med på dobbeltspillet, som skjuler at sunnier og shiaer i liten grad viser lojalitet mot vestlige samfunn. Deres svar på terror er stort sett taushet eller likegyldighet.

If the BBC headlines had been true then the banlieues would have emptied as young Muslims attended Mass in solidarity. Instead a few dozen Ahmadiyya attended Mass and gave the Western media the good news story they are always on the lookout for. All of which makes one wonder, among other things, whether the historic role of Islam’s most persecuted sect will not in the end be the accidental covering-over of the most painful realities of a creed which has them in the cross-hairs as much – if not more – than everyone else who disagrees with them.

Det er litt av et dobbeltspill som foregår og man ser hvordan mainstream-islam og vestlige interesser spiller på samme lag.

For hver gang slik manipulering avsløres, synker tilliten i samfunnet.

hamel.interfaith.service

Nettsiden Identities.mic har en økumenisk innfallsvinkel og er positiv:

Outside the celestial Gothic cathedral, as reported by NBC News, Muslims held a banner with one heartfelt message: «Love for all. Hate for none.»

Across from altar, Muslim men and women donning taqiyahs, or white skull caps, and headscarves sat in the church pews listening intently to Rouen Archbishop Dominique Lebrun. Among those in attendance for the interfaith mass was a nun who was taken hostage on July 26 in St.-Étienne-du-Rouvray, where 84-year-old Hamel was brutally killed by two attackers linked to the Islamic State group. After the mass service, the nun welcomed the Muslims attending the service and shook hands.

Several interfaith services took place in Lille, Calais, and Saint Denis, as well as the historic Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris where Mufti Dalil Boubakeur from the Mosque of Paris preached unity, tolerance and peace in a time of strife.

«The time has come for us to change our behavior and come together — so as to not split us apart, so that our country can be a country of unity and fraternity,» Boubakeur told French broadcaster BFM TV.

In Italy, the Royal Chapel of the Treasure of Saint Genarro in Naples hosted the secretary general of the Italian Islamic Confederation Abdullah Cozzolino. In Rome’s St. Maria Church, three imams sat in the front row across from the altar.

Ahmed El Balzai, an imam from a mosque in Bresica, Italy, said he is not afraid of backlash or retaliation from ISIS or other terrorists.

«These people are tainting our religion and it is terrible to know that many people consider all Muslim terrorists,»  El Balazi said to the Associated Press. «That is not the case. Religion is one thing. Another is the behavior of Muslims who don’t represent us.»

Når Boubakeur sier at tiden er inne til at «vi» forandrer oss, så mener han åpenbart både muslimer og kristne. Hva er da budskapet? Hvorfor skal begge forandre seg når en prest er drept i kirken? Ville man våget å si det samme hvis rollene var byttet om? Det ville utløst ramaskrik.

En meget aktiv twitrer, Hend Amry, roser den katolske kirken som åpner sine dører og muslimene som viser at  terroristene ikke handlet i islams navn. Men skriver så:

hend.amry

The post-terror ‘good news’ story came from Islam’s most persecuted sect

 

https://mic.com/articles/150233/muslims-attend-mass-in-italy-and-france-in-honor-of-french-priest-rev-jacques-hamel#.IfsqEd7vh

 

 

ANNONSE
Liker du det du leser? Vipps noen kroner til Document på 13629