mercredi 5 juin 2013
Rappel: les "islamo-conservateurs" de l'AKP seraient le pendant des Démocrates-Chrétiens selon les éditorialistes français.
Photo du ministre Turc de la Jeunesse et des Sports, Suat Kilic (cravate mauve) aux côtés de Ibrahim Abou-Nagie (à sa droite) chef salafiste vivant à Cologne poursuivi en 2011 pour incitation au meurtre et accusé d'avoir appelé à tuer le critique de l'islam Zahid Khan.
Article du site anglophone Frontpage du 3 juin 2013:
"A Turkish cabinet minister’s recent eyebrow-raising meeting with extremist Muslims from Germany’s Salafist scene raises fresh concerns about increasing Turkish-Islamist infiltration of Germany. Another Turkish ministry already trains imams and determines sermon content for 880 mosques in Germany, while a radical Turkish imam operates a private school network across the country.
The Facebook page of the German Salafist website Die Wahre Religion (The True Religion) recently published a photo of the meeting. The man in the middle donning business attire with a purple tie is Suat Kiliç, Turkish Minister for Youth and Sport. To the right of Kiliç is Ibrahim Abou-Nagie. To Kiliç’s left is Abu Abdullah, and to Abdullah’s left is Abu Dujana.
One of Die Wahre Religion’s founders,Abou-Nagie, is a Palestinian Arab who has resided in Germany for the last 30 years and currently lives in Cologne. Abou-Nagie’s statements on Die Wahre Religion led to an ultimately unsuccessful criminal prosecution for incitement to criminal acts and disturbance of the religious peace in September 2011.
Later Abou-Nagie achieved prominence with a spring 2012 campaign to distribute German-language Korans throughout Austria, Germany, and Switzerland. A Youtube video threatening journalists who reported critically on the campaign briefly appeared at this time. Following this campaign, individual accusations arose that Abou-Nagie had conspired to murder a German critic of Islam, Zahid Khan.
It became known in June 2012 as well that Abou-Nagie had illegitimately drawn German social welfare benefits even though he lived well from unreported income. Abu Abdullah and Abu Dujana, meanwhile, are associates of Abou-Nagie at Die Wahre Religion.
The Turkish-born Hessian parliamentarian Ismail Tipi from Germany’s conservative Christian Democratic Union (Christlich Demokratische Union or CDU) expressed his concern with the photo in an open letter on his website.