Sport TRIBUNE. "CFCM: the end of the French republican model"

01:20  24 january  2021
01:20  24 january  2021 Source:   lejdd.fr

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The Council ( CFCM ), which represents nine separate Muslim associations, has reportedly been asked to include in the text recognition of France's republican "We do not all agree on what this charter of values is, and what it will contain," said Chems-Eddine Hafiz, vice-president of the CFCM and Rector

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Sociologist Tarik Yildiz * sees the "charter of principles" of Islam in France as an attempt by the political power to control religious influence. However, this poses according to him "many difficulties".

Mohammed Moussaoui, president of the French Council of Muslim Worship (CFCM), announced last Sunday that an agreement between Muslim federations had been found to sign a "charter of principles" of Islam in France. Responding to the requirements formulated by the Élysée in the fall, this text is akin to a declaration of allegiance to republican principles: rejection of political instrumentalisation, gender equality, non-interference by foreign states ...

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If it does not is endorsed that by five of the nine federations making up the CFCM to date, the charter should lead to the constitution of a National Council of Imams whose vocation will be to "label" religious practicing in France.

Today as yesterday, the political power has the ambition to control religious influence. Various historical episodes, from Philippe le Bel and his conflict with Boniface VIII to Napoleon I and his summons of Jewish notables in 1806, resonate with the current will of the executive. Despite very different contexts, the underlying logic is the same: to orient believers towards a form of religion deemed compatible with the principles and values ​​of the country. Power tries to promote certain exegesis to influence the behavior of its subjects.

Three Muslim federations demand an improvement in France's charter of Islam

 Three Muslim federations demand an improvement in France's charter of Islam In a press release, these organizations express their disagreement with certain passages of the text and call for a wider consultation. The unanimity welcomed by the Elysée on Monday, January 18 did not last three days. On Wednesday evening, the agreement of the eight metropolitan federations of the French Council of Muslim Worship (CFCM) on a "charter of principles for the Islam of France", presented Monday to Emmanuel Macron, was shattered.

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The French Revolution ended the system of absolute monarchies of the European countries, which was based on the principle that all powers resided in the king, who was the source of all power by divine right; such right was the legal and philosophical basis of his sovereignty.

While the French republican tradition had progressively separated Church and State, this resurgence of a power investing the theological field poses many difficulties.

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Many preachers are precisely praised for their radicality, their assumed refusal to compromise with power


First, the legitimacy of the CFCM or any other structure expressing itself in the name of Muslims can only be called into question in a country refusing to define individuals by their religious affiliation. Do Muslims form a political community that could be questioned through elections? Guaranteeing real representativeness is impossible as their diversity is great.

Moreover, how effective would labeling be to counter the radicalization process that is triggered outside the traditional circuits? Many preachers are rightly acclaimed for their radicalism, their assumed refusal to compromise with power. A label awarded by the state, even indirectly, can only marginalize the imam immediately considered as "sold".

Without worrying about theology, the State must tackle the root causes leading young people lacking benchmarks to be permeable to hate speech. It is about applying the law with force: punishing when necessary to break the radicalization-delinquency link; raise the level of requirements at school, in particular where it constitutes the only means of emancipation; and thus give intellectual weapons to young people tempted by a devastating "ready-to-believe".

* Last published book: From fatigue of being oneself to ready-to-believe - Fight against delinquency to fight Islamist radicalism, Éditions du Puits de Roulle.

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