‘If we wanted, we could make our own universe’, words that Mohammed Hijab (MH), aged 15 at the time, heard when he came across a video of an atheist public speaker.
‘If we wanted, we could make our own universe’, words that Mohammed Hijab (MH), aged 15 at the time, heard when he came across a video of an atheist public speaker. At a very young age, Mohammed Hijab came in contact with anti-religious and therefore anti-Islamic notions, predominantly originating from the West. After all, the education system is focused on spreading liberalism. This results in students questioning nearly everything in life, including religion. Parents and imams are often incapable of answering their questions. This causes a shift in authority from the parents to the professor, who has enjoyed a higher level of education. If and when the students are not able to stand their ground in discussions about liberalism, atheism, religion etc. these discussions will affect their belief in God. However, because of his study political science, Hijab was able to stand firm during discussions like these due to the weekly debates which improved his debating skills. This leads to the biggest question of this century: ‘’How do you stay strong in your belief in a time in which the "own will" is placed the highest? Whereas the will of God, truly the highest authority, is omitted. Is doing whatever you want, truly possible? Are you able to say that in court, or will there be consequences? Following this road, we end up at prostitution and human trafficking in the Red Light district. Just see how exploiting women has become a common practice, due to the saying ‘’anything goes’’. Finally, we discuss the rise of the far-right in the West and how important it is to act pre-emptive and not stand by and wait until two, three elections have passed with disastrous results.
Hosts: Brahim Karag & Sinan Kula