Entgegenwirken einer Islamphobie durch Islamischen Religionsunterricht an deutschen Schulen

Author: Sarah Nitschke
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3640698711
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Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2010 im Fachbereich Theologie - Religion als Schulfach, Note: 1,3, Universitat Erfurt, Veranstaltung: Islamphobie und Judenfeindschaft, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Die nachwachsenden Generationen stehen im Mittelpunkt von Bildung und Erziehung. Daher mussen gesellschaftliche Veranderungen in der Schule besprochen werden. Hierbei fallt die Betrachtung realer oder potenzieller Konflikttrachtigkeit interkultureller und interreligioser Beziehungen der deutschen Gesellschaft besonders ins Blickfeld (Biener S.13). Gerade Deutschland kann sich einen interreligiosen Analphabetismus nicht leisten, gerade in Blick auf die jahrelange Diskriminierung und der spateren Verfoldung und Ermoderung von Juden. An dieser Stelle lasst sich fragen, welche Kenntnisse und Einstellungen deutsche Schulerinnen und Schuler bezuglich eines Zusammenlebens mit anderen Religionen benotigen. In meiner selbststandigen Hausarbeit mochte ich mich diesbezuglich konkret auf den Islam und der damit verbundenen Angstlichkeit vor diesem beziehen. Deutsche Schulerinnen und Schuler mussen die Moglichkeit bekommen, mit anderen Religionen in Kontakt zu treten, um diesen nicht angstlich oder mit Vorurteilen gegenuber zu stehen. Ausgrenzung, Angst und Abwehr fuhr[t]en [...] zu Isolierung, bis zur Herausbildung extremistischer Gegenpositionen und zu wachsender Gewaltbereitschaft" (Stock 1). Da in Deutschland derzeit etwa drei Millionen Muslime leben und diese die grosste nicht-christliche Gruppe in Deutschland sind, ist es nahe liegend, den Islam in den deutschen Religionsunterricht zu integrieren oder sogar einen Islamischen Religionsunterricht zu schaffen, um dazu beizutragen, Voreingenommenheiten zu verhindern. Auch muslimischen Schulern sollte durch die Institution Schule der islamische Glaube nahe gebracht werden, um Eltern bei der Glaubensvermittlung zu unterstutzen. Nach Stock (1), ist es ausserst wichtig, vermehrt Integration anzustreben, wobei Fragen uber Kultur und Religion im M"

The Carnivorous Plants

Author: Francis Ernest Lloyd
Publisher: Read Books Ltd
ISBN: 1447495586
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

The Quest for Meaning

Author: Tariq Ramadan
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141919574
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In The Quest for Meaning, Tariq Ramadan, philosopher and Islamic scholar, invites the reader to join him on a journey to the deep ocean of religious, secular, and indigenous spiritual traditions to explore the most pressing contemporary issues. Along the way, Ramadan interrogates the concepts that frame current debates including: faith and reason, emotions and spirituality, tradition and modernity, freedom, equality, universality, and civilization. He acknowledges the greatest flashpoints and attempts to bridge divergent paths to a common ground between these religious and intellectual traditions. He calls urgently for a deep and meaningful dialogue that leads us to go beyond tolerant co-existence to mutual respect and enrichment. Written in a both direct and meditative style this is an important, timely and intelligent book that aims to direct and shape debate around the most important questions of our time.

Islamic Way of Life

Author: A. A. Maududi
Publisher: ScribeDigital.com
ISBN: 1780410298
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This book clearly displays how Islam is the most natural response to the human condition, and providing spiritual insight into the universe. The Prophet Muhammad, blessing and peace be upon him, like all prophets before him, renewed the teachings of pure monotheism and once again conveyed to mankind the Divine Guidance from which they had turned away. This book explains the basic concept of life in Islam as well as its moral, political, social, economic and spiritual systems.

Family Diversity

Author: Olaf Kapella
Publisher: Barbara Budrich
ISBN: 3866492995
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International experts provide an overview of the current state-of-the-art of European family research and outline the multiple formations, structures and configurations of family in Europe.

Doctrines of Shi i Islam

Author: Ayatollah Jafar Sobhani
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781494330057
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This book is one of the many Islamic publications distributed by Ahlulbayt Organization throughout the world in different languages with the aim of conveying the message of Islam to the people of the world. You may read this book carefully and should you be interested to have further study on such publications you can contact us through www.shia.es Naturally, if we find you to be a keen and energetic reader we shall give you a deserving response in sending you some other publications of this Organization.

The Power of Identity

Author: Manuel Castells
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1444356291
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In this second volume of The Information Age trilogy, with an extensive new preface following the recent global economic crisis, Manuel Castells deals with the social, political, and cultural dynamics associated with the technological transformation of our societies and with the globalization of the economy. Extensive new preface examines how dramatic recent events have transformed the socio-political landscape of our world Applies Castells’ hypotheses to contemporary issues such as Al Qaeda and global terrorist networks, American unilateralism and the crisis of political legitimacy throughout the world A brilliant account of social, cultural, and political conflict and struggle all over the world Analyzes the importance of cultural, religious, and national identity as sources of meaning for people, and its implications for social movement Throws new light on the dynamics of global and local change

Migration and Organized Civil Society

Author: Dirk Halm
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136246495
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Migrant organizations are of vital importance for countries of residence and countries of origin, but the empirical and theoretical knowledge of the cross-border character of migrant organizations remains incomplete. It is clear that migrant transnationalism challenges the governance of nation-states on the local and national levels. This book, the outcome of an ECPR joint session, systematically and empirically analyzes the differing roles that transnational migrant organizations play in their countries of residence and origin. Drawing on research conducted in Belgium, England, Germany, Holland, Poland and Portugal, it focuses on the relations between migrant organizations and the state. Offering an opportunity for comparative analysis, it also examines why migrants and their organizations engage in different forms of border crossing activities, and how various political systems influence, and are influenced by these forms of engagement. Migration and Organized Civil Society will be of strong interest to students and researchers of political science, political sociology, migration studies, transnationalism, and Diaspora studies.

The Emancipation of Europe s Muslims

Author: Jonathan Laurence
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 0691144222
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The Emancipation of Europe’s Muslims traces how governments across Western Europe have responded to the growing presence of Muslim immigrants in their countries over the past fifty years. Drawing on hundreds of in-depth interviews with government officials and religious leaders in France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Morocco, and Turkey, Jonathan Laurence challenges the widespread notion that Europe’s Muslim minorities represent a threat to liberal democracy. He documents how European governments in the 1970s and 1980s excluded Islam from domestic institutions, instead inviting foreign powers like Saudi Arabia, Algeria, and Turkey to oversee the practice of Islam among immigrants in European host societies. But since the 1990s, amid rising integration problems and fears about terrorism, governments have aggressively stepped up efforts to reach out to their Muslim communities and incorporate them into the institutional, political, and cultural fabrics of European democracy. The Emancipation of Europe’s Muslims places these efforts--particularly the government-led creation of Islamic councils--within a broader theoretical context and gleans insights from government interactions with groups such as trade unions and Jewish communities at previous critical junctures in European state-building. By examining how state-mosque relations in Europe are linked to the ongoing struggle for religious and political authority in the Muslim-majority world, Laurence sheds light on the geopolitical implications of a religious minority’s transition from outsiders to citizens. This book offers a much-needed reassessment that foresees the continuing integration of Muslims into European civil society and politics in the coming decades.

Organizing Muslims and Integrating Islam in Germany

Author: Kerstin Rosenow-Williams
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004234470
Format: PDF, ePub
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In Organizing Muslims and Integrating Islam in Germany, Kerstin Rosenow-Williams analyzes the challenges faced by Islamic organizations in Germany since the beginning of the 21st century, providing original empirical insights based on an innovative sociological research perspective.