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Offbeat Jean-Pierre Chevènement: "It is our secularism that scares Erdogan"

11:25  29 october  2020
11:25  29 october  2020 Source:   parismatch.com

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“Oh, the prophet!” the cartoon Erdogan exclaims. Charlie Hebdo captioned the caricature: “ Erdogan : in private, he’s very funny.” The provocative magazine cover comes amid an ongoing verbal fracas between Erdogan and French President Emmanuel Macron, following the shocking murder of French

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Jean-Pierre Chevènement pays homage to Samuel Paty and recalls the fundamental principles of secularism and freedom of expression.

  Jean-Pierre Chevènement : © BALTEL / SIPA

In the eyes of the Muslim Brotherhood, of which Mr. Recep Tayyip Erdogan is a follower, secularism is the enemy by definition. On the one hand, a literalist conception of Islam, on the other the separation of the political and the religious and the freedom to think about the affairs of the city apart from religious dogmas. On the one hand divine right, on the other the rights of man and of the citizen, freedom of opinion including religious and above all belief in human reason as a collective compass allowing the common definition of the best general interest.

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" Our people should have no doubt that all necessary legal and diplomatic steps will be taken against the caricature in question. The caricature featuring Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan published in the French satirical weekly on Wednesday was earlier slammed by Turkish officials as a "disgusting effort"

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While the rational substratum of the concept of secularism, inseparable from the ideology of the Enlightenment, is increasingly ignored by we, as if secularism could be summed up in a simple principle of neutrality, the Islamists are not mistaken: secularism is the ability to think for oneself put forward by Jean Jaurès and recalled by Emmanuel Macron in his homage speech in the courtyard of the Sorbonne. This is the crime in the eyes of the Islamists, who carry a totalitarian conception of religion as we have known in the West several centuries ago.

And that's why we had to make an example. Islamist wolves prowled in search of an atoning victim. They found Samuel Paty as they could have found many others among the million teachers whose job it is to shed light on the little brains entrusted to them.

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But state secularism is central to France's national identity. Curbing freedom of expression to protect the feelings of one particular community undermines But it is not the only cartoon to have angered the Turkish government this week, with President Erdogan launching legal action against far-right

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Samuel Paty did not die because of the Prophet's caricatures, he died for having explained what was freedom of speech. He fell a martyr to the school of the Republic, that is to say of the Republic itself. He perfectly embodied the ideal of the black hussars so attached to the school of the Republic. That is why the war that radical Islam has declared on us is a war to the death. Mr. Erdogan, deep inside himself, knows that the secularism of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk is his main opponent in Turkish society. So he attacks French-style secularism by not hesitating to caricature it as an enemy of religion. Nothing is further from the truth. Secularism is tolerance towards all religions as long as the common space is preserved where everyone is free to argue in the light of reason.

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It is this conception that scares Mr. Erdogan. "Secularism," said Jean Macé [the founder of the Education League] in other times, "is the fight against ignorance. "The new obscurantists who are rising on the horizon know that they will find on their way the values ​​of knowledge which secularism allows the blossoming, because secularism is not an opinion, only the freedom to have one. .

Samuel Paty died a martyr of secularism, let us know how to honor him as such and crush with contempt those who do not understand the greatness of his sacrifice.

Find our entire file on the death of Samuel Paty and the threats against secularism in Paris Match n ° 3730 on sale everywhere

His latest book: “Who wants to risk his life will save it”, Mémoires de Jean-Pierre Chevènement, ed. Robert Laffont.

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