Canada Islamism: "It reminds me of the end of the 80s in Algeria", laments the rector of the Great Mosque of Paris
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For Chems -Eddine Hafiz, rector of the Great Mosque of Paris, this Wednesday represents an "extremely important" day. At the end of the day, he will go to the Sorbonne to attend, college professor . "A horrible act, a willful homicide with accomplice and tracking", denounces Chems-Eddine Hafiz on Wednesday on Europe 1. He finds in this attack a "real strategy which existed in a certain number of countries like Algeria at the end of the years 1980s and early 1990s ".
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"At the time, we killed intellectuals, journalists, and at the same time we victimized ourselves by taking the government to task," recalls Chems-Eddine Hafiz, referring to the attacks perpetrated in Algeria by the FIS, the Islamist Salvation Front, between 1989 and 1992. 30 years later, he said he recognized this "strategy of victimization" in the attitude of certain mosques in the face of state controls. "It only takes a simple control of the Urssaf or the police in a mosque to try to discredit the public authorities by accusing them of Islamophobes."
Chems-Eddine Hafiz denounces an "Islamist totalitarianism which sets the tone" and "monopolizes power". While "99.99% of Muslims in France" practice Islam in harmony with the values of the Republic, he believes, "the referencing of our religion today is Islamism".
Jean-Yves Le Drian will travel to Algiers on Thursday, where he should discuss Libya and Mali
© STEPHANE MAHE / REUTERS The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jean-Yves Le Drian, on April 6, 2019. The French Minister of Foreign Affairs Jean-Yves Le Drian will visit Algeria on Thursday, October 15 to take stock of bilateral relations and regional crises, in particular Libya, according to his weekly agenda. Jean-Yves Le Drian , the Minister of Foreign Affairs, will visit Algeria this Thursday, October 15. He should mention Libya and Mali.
Appointed rector of the Great Mosque of Paris in January, Chems-Eddine Hafiz has since set up a group of imams who are working to establish recommendations to combat radicalization. On Wednesday, he called on all imams in France to "take up the problem head on" and prepare speeches for their followers aimed at "deconstructing the deadly ideology of the Islamists". “We have to show that Islam is not that, even if it means sometimes being treated, like me, as a 'bad Muslim'. It is specific to Islamist totalitarianism: if you are not in their crucible, they will excommunicate. "
Conflans attack: The imam of the Pantin mosque, closed by Gérald Darmanin, “withdraws” .
The mosque's Facebook page shared the video of the student's parent against the presentation of Mohammed's caricatures by Samuel Paty to college students. The imam of the Pantin mosque is accused of being “involved in the Islamist movement” © CHRISTOPHE SAIDI / SIPA A faithful arrives at the Pantin mosque on October 20, 2020. RADICALIZATION - The mosque's Facebook page shared the video of the student's parent against Samuel Paty's presentation of the Muhammad caricatures to college students.