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HOW THE GERMAN ACADEMY FALLS FOR QARADAWI TIME AND AGAIN……..

The global jihad of both types, violent and stealth version, has a chief source to turn to for any/all of their goals in getting the non-Muslim to bend, kneel and prostrate themselves before Islam. That westerners fail to realize this is staggering, that westerners chose to give Sheik Qaradawi credibility, is as insane as it is highly destructive. KGS

“Global Mufti” Qaradawi and German Middle Eastern Studies

H/T: A.Millar
The original of this article was published in Norway, with an entry in Norwegian, here.
By Clemens Heni, Ph.D.
The failure of German Middle Eastern Studies becomes crystal clear when we look at an event at the 2010 international literature festival in Berlin. On September 16 there will be a presentation focusing on scholarly works about Yusuf al-Qaradawi, probably the most influential and best known Islamist worldwide, particularly in the Sunni world. The Qatar-based ideologist is called the “Global Mufti”. This is, as it happens, the title of one of the books being presented at the event. 
Global Mufti, which appeared last year, is edited by the German scholar Dr. Bettina Gräf and the Danish scholar Prof. Dr. Jakob Skovgaard-Petersen. Gräf works at the Center for the Modern Orient in Berlin; Skovgaard-Petersen is a professor at the University of Copenhagen. They are thrilled that Qaradawi is a media star in the Muslim world, thanks in part to his online fatwas, which were the topic of Gräf’s Ph.D. dissertation. (That dissertation will also be presented at the event.)
They know everything about Qaradawi, for example about his relationship to Al-Azhar University in Egypt, his close ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, and his efforts to Islamize Europe.  But they have no problem with Qaradawi.  They like him. Gräf even met with Qaradawi in person in Qatar. Gräf, who examines Qaradawi’s concept of being “centristic” (“wasatiyya”), considers Qaradawi a “moderate.”

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