Tag archive for Jugendkultur

Between disco and jihad | Phoenix

Between disco and jihad | Phoenix

This TV report by Phoenix examines the deficiencies of European societies which create the preconditions for the recruitment of young people by Islamist organisations. In the course of the segment, Ahmad Mansour is interviewed on issues regarding the prevention and countering of this threat.

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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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Generation Allah | Südkurier

Generation Allah | Südkurier

This article in Austrian Südkurier is about Ahmad Mansour’s book Generation Allah. It elaborates on the missionary work undertaken to convert and radicalise young people to Islamism and why long-term preventative work is the only solution to this problem.

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The “task of a century” | Die Welt

The “task of a century” | Die Welt

In this interview with Die Welt Ahmad Mansour talks about the attacks in Paris on November 13th and why the task of winning back radicalised youth is a task for society as a whole.

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If we lose them it will get uncomfortable here | Fluter

If we lose them it will get uncomfortable here | Fluter

In this interview with Fluter , the young magazine of the Federal Agency for Civic Education, Ahmad Mansour is interviewed about the process of radicalisation among young people and the offers they receive from Islamist groups who radicalise them.

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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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Extremism has become a youth culture | 20 Minutes

Extremism has become a youth culture | 20 Minutes

Ahmad Mansour is interviewed in Switzerland’s 20 Minuten newspaper on radicalisation among young people. He states that in some instances, religious extremism resembles a youth culture, “The youngsters have their own slang, their own symbols and they wear special clothes. It unites them and gives them a sense of belonging.”

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