Keep Fighting for Freedom and Equality
On November 23, 2016, at 7 pm, Sister Hatune had an important meeting with ten politicians from the Christian Democratic Union of Germany. Being heavily involved with the refugee and immigration issues in Germany, these came directly to The Hatune Foundation for direct information on the persecution in the Middle East. They were very surprised to hear the foundation’s unfiltered news, which is not covered by the mainstream media.
This dynamic meeting did not end for over three hours and could have gone on for many more. Discussed were the issues surrounding the immigration of many people from the Middle East to Germany. Before, the politicians all had mainly posistive attitudes towards refugees and the politics of open borders. But they also have had difficulties with Muslim refugees. Sister Hatune accomplished to comprehend and classify those problems.
Sister Hatune Dogan was able to explain the fundamental beliefs and roots behind the contrary behaviors they face. The Koran, which the Suni Muslim immigrants follow, holds a very different view of women than Western culture. Sister Hatune explained these Islamic viewpoints, ideologies, and beliefs to the politicians. Women do not have equal rights in Islam. As a small example, the witness of two women is equal to the witness of one man (Surah 2:282).
Also of concern, was the question of which refugees The Hatune Foundation takes in, and whether or not any discretion is involved in her interviews with them. Sister Hatune assured them that only the German language courses that the foundation offers are open to all refugees. However, the housing is only open to Christian, Yezidi, and Alawite Muslim refugees. Alawite Muslims reject Muhammad. They are a big group, some of them being Kurdish, who, 208 years ago, were Christians that were forced to convert to Islam. Until today, these Alawite Muslims have inherited Christian names and are totally liberal.
The foundation’s houses
The foundation has four buildings in proximity to each other. The first is called House Maria, for the Sisters Serving Christ (which convent Sister Hatune belongs to) with 21 rooms.
Next door to this is an education center, called House Elizabeth, to educate and bridge the cultures, nations, and languages.
House Johanita, across the street, is a building for widows, girls, and women who have been abused by ISIS. It is able to hold up to 90 people. House Johanita is now being restored, day by day, with hopes of completion by next year. Sister Hatune depends on financial help in order to complete its construction. Please consider partnering with her in the construction of this building.
The last house, House Gabriel, is for Christian and Yezidi men who are alone and in need of help.
All four houses are being used for the foundation, the refugees, and the needy ones who need our help. At no cost to the refugees, the foundation helps them with all of their needs, including: language learning, the immigration process, finding jobs, medical help, therapy, clothing, food, and shelter. Their doors are always open for those in need, without partiality to their nationality, ethnicity, or religion. House Gabriel, like House Johanita, is also under restoration (though very much further along) and depends on financial help.
The meeting discussed, furthermore, how the German government is to behave towards the refugees. The question was raised if Muslim refugees should be treated with discretion. This question was asked because the Muslims are not alike in our society, in that they continually bring persecution to the non-Muslims, as we see here in Germany. In reply, Sister Hatune urges the European governments to deport, out of the countries, those who do not submit to the culture and laws of Europe. She said, “They can practice their fanaticism in their own countries. Europe is a continent of countries of liberality, freedom, peace, acceptance, democracy, human rights, human equality, freedom of press, freedom of speech, and freedom of religion. Whoever cannot submit to our laws should be deported if they are trying to immigrate; there is no need to keep them here.
The “tolerance” that Europe has been demonstrating, sabotages their own freedom. Islam cannot be tolerated and kept in our countries, because it is impossible to integrate Islamic ideologies into western culture. If we remain ignorant of this issue, we will undermine the freedom we stand for, and the ones who will feel it the most will be our future generations. “
In two trials, in 2001 and 2003, the European Court of Human Rights banned the Welfare Party (Refah Partisi, RP), an Islamist political party, and declared “the institution of Sharia law and a theocratic regime, were incompatible with the requirements of a democratic society.” This understanding, of the incompatibility between Islam and democracy, must be further explored in Europe today, in light of the current troubles, which are worsening.
The meeting covered the subject of the gang rapes and harassments on New Year’s Eve, 2015, across many cities in Germany. Young adults were celebrating that night, and Muslim groups planned and gathered together, in groups of five or six, to gang rape German women. Rape is lawful in the Koran. This fact was even supported by the imam of a Salafist mosque in Cologne, Germany, in the very wake of the outrageous rape attacks by the new Muslim immigrants on New Year’s Eve, 2015. He said, “the events” (which included rape) “were the girls’ own fault because they were half-naked and wearing perfume.”
German security and police closed their eyes and refused to punish the “refugees” who committed these crimes, mainly because many European laws do not allow the punishment or deportation of immigrants. This is a great delusion, here, now, in Europe. These “refugees” who commit these crimes must be deported. Europe must react with consequences towards these harassments, killings, rapes, and abuses.
Great discretion and investigation should be used in taking in refugees. Europe has been far too naïve and careless in the matter. Just this year, in March, two Suni Muslims came to visit Sister Hatune at her foundation. When she asked where they came from, they said that they were “Suni Muslims, from Lebanon.” Sister Hatune replied, “Well why are you here? You are not persecuted in Lebanon . . . you, yourselves, are Suni Muslims.” They replied, “The German women are all prostitutes. I came here to enjoy my sexual life and the government gives me money as I sit.” When Sister Hatune spoke to their immigration court translator, however, he said they came to him in tears, crying about how ISIS tore down their houses. In this way, they tricked the government and were easily welcomed into Germany.
Sister Hatune showed videos and films of the persecuted people in the Middle East to the team of politicians, and begged them to not close the door to the real refugees – the persecuted minorities, of which she once was a part of and found refuge in Germany.
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