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Anti-Pegida: Eine Streitschrift

by Stefan Weidner

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Die Pegida-Bewegung scheint am Ende, aber ihre Ideen wirken nach und reichen bis tief in die Mitte unserer Gesellschaft. Die Meinungen, die diese Bewegung vertritt, sind in den Jahren zuvor von vielen großen Medien in Deutschland verbreitet und von namhaften Intellektuellen und Autoren vorausgedacht worden – von Alice Schwarzer bis Hans Magnus Enzensberger, von Henryk Broder bis Necla Kelek. Die Streitschrift des bekannten Islamwissenschaftlers Stefan Weidner zeigt auf, wie die Ideale von Aufklärung, Freiheit und Gleichberechtigung jahrelang dazu missbraucht worden sind, um gegen die Muslime im Land Stimmung zu machen und schließlich eine neue Form von Rassismus zu begründen.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 31 Aug 2015 08:22:41 -0400)

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