US News In the mosques of Oise, we want to fight hate speech

23:40  23 october  2020
23:40  23 october  2020 Source:   leparisien.fr

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"Irhabi ma fahmou walou!" The terrorists did not understand anything! In front of an audience of about 80 faithful this Friday, Hassan Younes alternates between Arabic and French to sum up his thoughts in a sermon dedicated to the teacher murdered a week earlier by a man who claimed to be Islam. "The prophet does not need to be defended, especially not by violence and assassination", launches the imam, president of the regional council of the Moslem worship (CRCM) of Picardy.

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For him, the assassination of the history and geography professor is "a double injury". “Because he transmitted knowledge and knowledge, but also because the assassin claimed to be defending the prophet… But what a horror. »At his request, this Friday's prayer - simultaneously broadcast online - is devoted, in each mosque in the Oise, as in many other mosques in France, to" social cohesion ".

"Advice to Muslims in view of current events": judging by the title of the sermon at the Essalam mosque, the message has passed to Creil. "The faithful do not really want to talk about all this", believes Benyounès Kaou, responsible for the place. "The imams of mosques in France do not stop fighting this hate speech, and 99.99% of Muslims refuse to be assimilated to this crime", underlines Imam Reda, at the start of his sermon.

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"We are horrified"

A fear that seems shared by the faithful of the mosque. "Please say that we are horrified by what happened to the professor and that we Muslims condemn those who did that", implored a devotee at the end of the prayer.

In Beauvais, Hélène came to the mosque with her two daughters aged 6 and 3. “Nothing can excuse this attack. The caricatures? I am going to explain to my daughters, as the imam did today, that this is black humor. It's all in education. "Hassan Younes did refer to these drawings in his sermon, calling for appeasement:" We do not see the prophet in these caricatures.

Others especially do not want to have to justify themselves once again. “With each attack, it is the same. They look at us askance, even if we have nothing to do with that, ”annoys a young Creillois, convinced that the custody of Billal Righi, president of the local association Ummah Charity, is part of the part of "a crime of facies against the bearded".

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“Stay away from social networks”

A mistake that would be conveyed and accentuated by social networks, according to the imams of Creil and Beauvais. “While we remain paralyzed by this indiscriminate violence, some take the opportunity to sow hatred among the inhabitants. Stay away from social networks, at least for a short week, ”advises Imam Reda. "Beware, young people, do not believe everything you hear," says Hassan Younes.

During his preaching in Creil, Imam Reda invites his audience "to strive to give a good image of Muslims to the rest of the population". A mission that has always been fulfilled by the volunteers of the Essalam Mosque, welcoming and smiling to all visitors. The person in charge of the place had warned: most of the faithful have no desire to express themselves on the current climate and opt for discretion. "I respect everyone, we are also respected," said one of them, heading for his car.

In Beauvais, the exit from prayer is more philosophical. "Everyone must carry the speech heard today, believer or not," concludes Mamadou, faithful among the faithful of the House of Peace. Educator for young people aged 11 to 21, this Beauvaisien has already started to discuss with them the tragic event of October 16. “It's up to us to bring each of these young people to reason, to discuss with them and to understand. Everything is now played out outside the mosque.

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