Tag archive for Islamismus

What we can demand from immigrants | Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

What we can demand from immigrants | Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

In this contribution for Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Ahmad Mansour and co-chair of the German Green party Cem Özdemir claim that the German government is not prepared to tackle radical Islam. Integrating the refugees in Germany is already a gigantic task and it is time to learn from the mistakes that have been made in the past, they urge.

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Islam needs to reform | Tagesspiegel

Islam needs to reform | Tagesspiegel

In this guest contribution for Tagesspiegel about the Islamist terror attack on a night club in Orlando on 12th June, Ahmad Mansour writes about the imperative necessity of being allowed to criticise religion. “The tabooing of sexual issues is a problem in all patriarchic societies, also in Muslim ones” says Mansour and pleads for an understanding that Islam requires reform as well as a debate about sexuality, violence, authority, homophobia and anti-Semitism.

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Eins zu Eins. Der Talk Ahmad Mansour: Psychologist | Bayern 2

Eins zu Eins. Der Talk Ahmad Mansour: Psychologist | Bayern 2

In this radio broadcast on Bayern 2, Ahmad Mansour talks about his own personal background as an Islamist back in Israel, studying psychology in Berlin and the multiple of projects he is currently involved in.

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Markus Lanz | ZDF

Markus Lanz | ZDF

Ahmad Mansour was a guest on German TV show Markus Lanz. Together with fellow guests Dr. Edmund Stoiber (CSU), the former Minister-President of the state of Bavaria and journalists Florian Eder, Ulrich Tilgner and Nicolas Hénin, the panel discussed the 22nd March terrorist attacks in Brussels.

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Ex-Islamist: “Salafists are the better social workers” | Merkur Online

Ex-Islamist: “Salafists are the better social workers” | Merkur Online

In this interview with Münchner Merkur Online Ahmad Mansour talks about radical interpretations of Islam and criticises the lack of their critical examination within the Muslim community.

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Out of the undertow of fundamentalism | Funkhaus Europa

Out of the undertow of fundamentalism | Funkhaus Europa

In this broadcast with Funkhaus Europa Ahmad Mansour is interviewed about his personal background, including his experiences with Islamism and explains how he managed to break-out from its undertow.

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Islamism gives the feeling of belonging to an elite | ZDF

Islamism gives the feeling of belonging to an elite | ZDF

In this interview with heute.de of German ZDF Ahmad Mansour speaks about the anticipated verdict against two German Tunisians from Wolfsburg, who went to war for the Islamic State.

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Killing in the name of allah – who becomes a terrorist? | phoenix

In German talk show phoenix Runde, Ahmad Mansour and the other guests talk about what it takes for young people to radicalise and even to become extremists.

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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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Work against radicalisation needs to happen everywhere | Lëtzebuerger Journal

Work against radicalisation needs to happen everywhere | Lëtzebuerger Journal

In an interview with the Lëtzebuerger Journal Ahmad Mansour talks about the necessity of sustainable concepts when dealing with radicalisation.

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