Canvas of a method of "de-radicalisation"
within a secular framework that takes into account the belief itself
Éditeur : Books on Demand
Date de parution : 02.11.2022
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The first part follows step by step the verses of the prayer that all Muslims know by heart, the FâtiHah - wich will allow a number of rational questions to be asked. If the pious man is to desire the God of the universes, can one indulge in the promise of rewards far below? If judgment is to come, can we anticipate it ourselves? Who will judge whom and how? What traps and manipulations are possible?
Then, in a short second part, it will remain to look at historical perspectives turned less towards the past than towards the future. Indeed, "de-radicalising" necessarily means achieving a certain "working together", which is much richer (and more realistic) than "living together". In this sense, far from suprematism and vicitimisation, de-radicalising can and must go as far as opening up prospects for civil understanding.
Il n'y a pour le moment pas de critique presse.