Tag archive for Dschihadismus

Islamism also originates in Brussels, Berlin and Winterthur | Der Landbote

Islamism also originates in Brussels, Berlin and Winterthur | Der Landbote

This article in Swiss Der Landbote is about a reading held by Ahmad Mansour of his book Generation Allah in Switzerland, where the issue of young people leaving the country to join the Islamic State has long been a reality.

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We have to take responsibility for this monster  | Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

We have to take responsibility for this monster | Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

In this interview with Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung Ahmad Mansour talks about the necessity of distinguishing between radicalisation and Jihadism as well as about the fact that the answer to terrorism cannot mean a restriction of freedom.

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The big Arab but | Zeit Online

The big Arab but | Zeit Online

In this contribution Ahmad Mansour comments on the reactions of the Muslim community regarding the 13 November attacks in Paris. While many in the Arab world have condemned the attacks, the alleged maltreatment of Muslims is often lamented in the same breath. Rather than portraying themselves as victims of the West, Muslims have to take responsibility, initiate an open debate about their religious beliefs and ask critical questions.

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Paris attacks: What does the fear do to us? | SRF

Paris attacks: What does the fear do to us? | SRF

Ahmad Mansour discusses the most recent attacks on Paris as a guest on Austrian Talkshow Der Club (Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen).

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The perpetrators are a product of this society | n-tv

The perpetrators are a product of this society | n-tv

In this interview with n-tv Ahmad Mansour talks about the fact that the assassins from Paris are members of European societies and that there should be no linking of the attacks to those currently seeking refuge in Europe.

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Disoriented, sexually frustrated, and waging Jihad  | RBB radio

Disoriented, sexually frustrated, and waging Jihad | RBB radio

Ahmad Mansour discusses how factors such as a lack of direction and the oppression of sexuality can influence a young person in the radicalisation process, especially in terms of violent Jihad. He calls for long term prevention approaches to to prevent this phenomenon.

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