خبر من مصادر إنجليزية.
أعلنت صحيفة "الجارديان" البريطانية أنها حصلت على تقرير فرنسي غير منشور للعامة، يطالب المسؤولين بسَنِّ قانون يُلزم الدعاة الأجانب بالحصول على دبلومة دعوية تَعترف بها الحكومة.
ومن المتوقع أن يتأثر بهذا القانون نحو 70% من الدعاة؛ حيث تُقدِّر الحكومة الفرنسية نسبة الدعاة الفرنسيين بنحو 30% من بين 1800 داعية، غالبيتهم من "تركيا" و"المغرب"، و"الجزائر" و"تونس"، ويعمل 800 داعية منهم فحسب بدوام كلي أو جزئي؛ المصدر: شبكة الألوكة.
يرجى الإشارة إلى المصدر عند نقل الخبر – شبكة الألوكة.
Muslim preachers in France may be forced to take diploma
Foreign imams could be obliged to hold an officially recognised religious qualification before being allowed to preach
Foreign Islamic preachers will be obliged to take an officially recognised diploma before being allowed to work in France, under measures being considered by the French government.
The new rules, if adopted, would affect more than 70% of imams and Muslim community leaders in France and are aimed at combating the spread of Islamist extremism and the radicalisation of young people.
The report comes as France investigates two men, Michaël Dos Santos and Maxime Hauchard, believed to be involved in the beheadings of 18 Syrian soldiers and the US aid worker Peter Kassig in Syria.
An unpublished report, obtained by the Guardian, suggests officials should introduce measures to control who influences France’s Muslim population of about 5.5 million people. Formal and “universal” training for Muslim religious leaders, it says, will discourage extremism, lead to greater integration and put imams on a level with clergy from other main religions.
However, Marco Ventura, a professor of law and religion at the University of Leuven in Belgium, who has seen the report, said it raised the controversial question of government meddling in religion. “This would be state intervention that reached to the heart of the Muslim community and affected its internal organisation,” he said.
“In many ways, though, it represents a return to 19th-century ideas of involving the state in religious training with the aim of modernisation. In those days, the targets were Jews and Christians. The document itself makes the point that there are precedents for what is being suggested.”
French officials estimate there are 1,800 imams working in the country, only 25-30% of whom hold French nationality. Of the 1,800, only 800 at most are paid part- or full-time. Almost all of those receiving a salary are from Turkey, Algeria and Morocco and have been trained in their countries.
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