Tag archive for Prävention

Those who are talking about fast-track radicalisation don’t have a clue | Die Welt

Those who are talking about fast-track radicalisation don’t have a clue | Die Welt

In this guest contribution for Die Welt, Ahmad Mansour talks about the terrorist attack which occurred on a train in Würzburg in July 2016. There is no such thing as ‘fast-track’ radicalisation, Mansour argues. The will to commit a terror attack does not simply manifest from one day to another. Radicalisation is a process that is facilitated by certain mindsets which are often deeply rooted in religious beliefs, such as believing that life is merely a trial for the afterlife.

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Interview with Ahmad Mansour: “It was to be expected that the threat is increasing” | Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger

Interview with Ahmad Mansour: “It was to be expected that the threat is increasing” | Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger

In this interview with Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, Ahmad Mansour talks about political deficiencies that are hindering an effective strategy to prevent the radicalisation of young people.

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Preventing radicalisation: Silent vigils alone won’t help | Kurier

Preventing radicalisation: Silent vigils alone won’t help | Kurier

Ahmad Mansour is interviewed for an article in Austrian Kurier to discuss the necessity for Islamic associations to do more than issue press releases and conduct silent vigils for the victims after attacks. He argues that as long as they’re not making an effort to take action concerning an inner-Islamic debate, they are part of the problem, rather than the solution.

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5 measures for the integration of young Muslims | BILD

5 measures for the integration of young Muslims | BILD

In this interview with BILD Ahmad Mansour is interviewed about concrete measures for the integration of young Muslims into mainstream society. He elaborates on five distinct steps that should be undertaken by politicians and civil society.

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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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Those who wait until Islamism turns into violence have already lost  | SonntagsZeitung

Those who wait until Islamism turns into violence have already lost | SonntagsZeitung

In this interview with the Swiss SonntagsZeitung Ahmad Mansour talks about the necessity for long-term prevention work, democracy classes at school and the threats that come with a rising polarisation of society.

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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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Muslim youths need new role models | SRF, Switzerland

Muslim youths need new role models | SRF, Switzerland

mad Mansour is interviewed on Swiss television where he calls for new role models for young Muslims.

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We’re not actually implementing anything, we’re just reacting | Der Tagesspiegel

We’re not actually implementing anything, we’re just reacting | Der Tagesspiegel

Following the terror attacks in Paris, Ahmad Mansour is interviewed in Germany’s Tagesspiegel newspaper where he calls for long-term prevention approaches to radicalisation.

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