Summary

Die Angst vor dem Islam geht um in Europa. Zu Recht, sagt Hamed Abdel-Samad, denn er ist eine Religion, die zu Gewalt und Diskriminierung aufruft. Das ist nur eine Lesart des Koran, erwidert der Münsteraner Professor Mouhanad Khorchide und fordert für den Islam eine Reformation, denn er sei im Kern eine Religion der Barmherzigkeit.

Vor dem Hintergrund der aktuellen Krise des Glaubens, der islamischen Staaten und der islamischen Gemeinschaften im Westen diskutieren Hamed Abdel-Samad und Mouhanad Khorchide kontrovers zentrale Fragen dieser Religion. Sie greifen brennende Themen auf wie Scharia, Gewalt, Dschihad, Meinungsfreiheit, Menschenrechte, die Rolle der Frau und der Religion in der Demokratie.

"Ist der Islam noch zu retten?" ist eine Streitschrift, die zwei unterschiedliche Perspektiven auf die Zukunft des Islam in den westlichen Staaten ermöglicht.
©2017 Droemer (P)2017 ABOD Verlag
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5 out of 5 stars
By Gabriel Hassan on 16-04-18

Great listen, but embarrassingly poorly edited.

What did you like most about Ist der Islam noch zu retten? Eine Streitschrift in 95 Thesen?

Interesting to hear both sides of the debate and to be able to form an own opinion.

What didn’t you like about Sebastian Pappenberger’s performance?

The way he read was actually great, however, there are numerous mistakes that have not been edited out, this probably isn't his fault. Numerous times, you hear him read a line, click, and then read it again. This is incredibly distracting.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

This is a bit too much to listen to in one sitting.

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