Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Radical Islamists in Denmark Abuse Children

I am joining hands with so many people from around the world who believe in the fight against backwardness and dark ages ideology, after the unjustified attack on a whole country and nation because of one Danish paper that apologized for what it did. JyllandsPosten apologized for publishing the insulting cartoons for prophet Muhammed, yet Iran and Syria are insisting on a formal apology from the government of Denmark.

I am writing you this introduction, because this post is the idea of a Danish friend. Though he gave me the permission to use the story in my name but I really I do not want to do that for two reasons first I want to thank him here for the confidence in me to share news, second the story is reported in Danish and my Danish is as good as my Chinese.

According to the famous Danish newspaper JyllandsPosten, the spokesman of the extremist Imams in Denmark, Mr. Ahmed Akkari, violently attacked a 10 to 11 years old pupil while training to become a teacher at Lykkeskolen in Århus. The episode, that took place some years ago, was reported to the police by the school, and Mr. Akkari sacked immediately and forbidden future access to the premises of the school.

Mr. Akkari attacked the boy, during a run and catch game, when the boy touched the headscarf of a girl so that her hair got exposed. Mr. Akkari knocked the boy to the ground and several times hit him in the chest with his fists, completely loosing his self control.

I think this guy should have deported to where he came from. He is a childhood abuser.

This story brings to the memory another disgusting story from Saudi Arabia when religious police stopped schoolgirls from leaving a blazing building because they were not wearing correct Islamic dress.

One witness said he saw three policemen "beating young girls to prevent them from leaving the school because they were not wearing the abaya". The father of one of the dead girls said that the school watchman even refused to open the gates to let the girls out.

Youth under the age of 24 now make up 50-65 percent of the population of the Middle East. Sheikhs and Imams keep oppressing young girls and boys under the pretext of religion.

It is very difficult for totalitarian regimes to take responsibility that’s why they hire Sheikhs and Imams to brainwash the youth to make them believe that all their life problems are due to divine reasons. Religion becomes the sole responsible for all life problems that the fragile undemocratic governments do not want to take responsibility for.

Photo by me in one of the informal areas in Cairo during a major Muslim feast last year. I wonder when this little girl will have to wear a headscarf because her religion teacher or sheikh in the mosque will oblige her to wear a scarf.


At 2:45 PM, Blogger DavidNic said...

That last part is right on the mark. As long as religion is used to explain suffering, no one asks: Why didn't they improve housing or make the condition of life better?

I beleive that God can turn suffering to good. But people have to help by taking notice and doing something. That is where the good comes from. And thank you for your part in doing that.

I didn't know about the story of the fire from Saudi Arabia in 2002. That is just almost beyond words.

At 2:56 PM, Blogger Freedom for Egyptians said...

Indeed the Saudi accident is abhorrent. But it should have been an eye opener how children are treated in this part of the planet. It is painful when other children are living their childhood with freedom!

At 2:59 PM, Blogger Doubting Thomas said...

Yes, I heard that Mecca story from the Religious Policeman. The mentality that does such things is so alien, it just shows how so many are not compatible with the modern world. I'm sorry for the brainwashing the girl in your post will soon endure...

At 3:35 PM, Blogger Egypeter said...

Truly sad indeed. If only Egyptians can realize that the ONLY way forward is to separate religion and state. That needs to be the number one thing taught in Egypt. I know that is counter everything Arabs are taught but it has to happen. Ataturk of Turkey figured it out 80 years ago and look at how that country has progressed. A Separation of mosque and state is especially critical when dealing with poverty, as poverty breeds fundementalism. Egypt please secularize not theocracize.

At 4:05 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just to add to the hypocrazy:
Yesterday a Imam (who had a guestlecture or seminar in norway) was convicted for raping a woman (one of the attending!) were is the riot, this man is supposed to be a rolemodel.
christian priests is no better than the the muslim imams, so its not like that), but were is the protest?

At 2:45 AM, Anonymous sabri hakim said...

Hello, it is my first time visiting your blog, great content and visuals, but my question is, where is the meaning of this particular post, you show a picture of a child then you begin to talk about the boycott then you thank a friend for having the trust in you to share a story about a Muslims beating another, then you move on to the Saudi issue? very confused, also i don't see how this post relates to the meaning of your title freeing Egyptians, (not saying that every post should).

At 2:21 PM, Blogger Gateway Pundit said...

I had not heard this news. It is disturbing!

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