Seid wütend auf die muslimischen Frauen!
Die ehemalige Femen-Aktivistin Zana Ramadani glaubt, dass Vorfälle wie in Köln überall möglich sind, wo Muslime leben. Schuld sind die islamischen Werte – und Mütter, die ihre Kinder danach erziehen.
Im islamischen Kulturkreis ist es so, dass noch immer fast ausschließlich Frauen erziehen. Die Frauen haben die Werte, unter denen sie selbst oft gelitten haben, so verinnerlicht, dass sie sie sowohl an ihre Söhne als auch an ihre Töchter weitergeben. Die Jungs werden schon von klein auf als Prinzen behandelt und verhätschelt. Die Mädchen werden vor allem zur Tugendhaftigkeit angeleitet. Sie müssen von Anfang an im Haushalt arbeiten und der Mutter helfen, die Männer der Familie zu verziehen.
Zana Ramadani, fostă activistă Femen, crede că incidente ca cele care au avut loc în Köln în noaptea de revelion sunt posibile oriunde acolo unde trăiesc musulmani. De vină sunt valorile musulmane după care își cresc mamele copiii.
In cultura islamică mamele se ocupă aproape exclusiv de creșterea copiilor. Mamele au interiorizat după care au fost crescute, astfel încât le transmit mai departe băieților și fiicelor. Băieții sunt tratați de mici ca niște prinți și răsfățați. Fetele sunt crescute în special în spiritul virtuții. Trebuie să le ajute de mici pe mame la răsfățatul barbaților.
Pakistan Taliban commander vows more school attacks in video
A Taliban faction commander Umar Mansoor told Reuters his fighters had targeted the campus because it prepared students to join the government and army.
“Now we will not kill the soldier in his cantonment, the lawyer in the court or the politician in parliament but in the places where they are prepared, the schools, the universities, the colleges that lay their foundation,” a bearded Mansoor said in the video, holding an admonishing finger aloft. “With the mercy of god, our attacks on all universities and schools will continue.”
The Islamic State Has Shut Down 57 Afghan Schools
Afghan militants loyal to the Islamic State (IS) group have closed dozens of schools in eastern Nangarhar province, leaving 30,000 children out of education, according to a local official.
Afghanistan: Men throw acid into girls’ faces ‘for going to school’
Attackers on a motorbike threw acid in the faces of three teenage girls on their way to school in Afghanistan’s western Herat province. The girls, age 16 to 18, are students at one of the biggest girls’ schools in Herat city, the provincial capital. “This is the punishment for going to school,” the men told the girls after pouring the acid on them.
Refugee host school bans revealing clothes
A week ago emergency accommodation for 200 Syrian refugees was erected right next to the gym of Wilhelm-Diess-Gymnasium in Pocking, Bavaria.
The headteacher recently sent out a letter to parents to give reassurance about extra security measures. “For the refugees, access to the school gardens and buildings is strictly forbidden. The same goes for the school grounds during the day. The number of teachers on duty during breaks has been increased. The Syrian citizens are mainly Muslims and speak Arabic. The refugees are marked by their own culture. Because our school is directly next to where they are staying, modest clothing should be adhered to, in order to avoid discrepancies. Revealing tops or blouses, short shorts or miniskirts could lead to misunderstandings.”