Europe lets the wolves in but the sheep remain outside
By Karen Jespersen and Ralf Pittelkow
Hatune Dogan is a 46-year-old Syrian Orthodox nun. Throughout her life she has experienced Christian persecution and the persecution of other believers in the Muslim world. When she was fifteen years old the family fled from eastern Turkey to Germany.
Today she works for the poorest of the poor in Turkey, Syria, India, Egypt, Lebanon and Iraq. It is about the people who are living there as a religious minority – these are the Christians and Jesidians.
She says: These people – women, children, orphans – do not have enough money to pay for an escape to Europe. They remain behind in misery and persecution.
One has to add: Where are the politically correct ones in Denmark fighting for these oppressed groups to be helped?
Wolves and sheep
Hatune Dogan clearly speaks out, for example at a lecture in Germany:
“Europe has let the wolves in, but the sheep remain outside,” she said.
With wolves she refers to the Muslim refugees who follow the Koran. Sheep are the expelled group of Christians and others who do not have enough money to make a trip to Europe.
It is about the fact that Europe is rewarding those who have enough money to come – even though they are standing far from European values. On the other side, they cannot help people who are stuck in their misery in their home countries and regions of origin – although they share European values.
Women’s oppression and intolerance
Hatune Dogan’s criticism of Islam is also directed against the image of women. “Women have no value. They exist only for the pleasure of a man and that is especially so when they are unbelievers.” She says that over the centuries many cruel things have been done in Allah’s name against women.
She combines her struggle for the poor and oppressed with the fight against intolerance. She points out that as many as 206 verses of the Koran are directed against the “unbelievers”. 79 verses demand directly to kill the “unbelievers”.
This nun works like Mother Theresa. But she has a sharp tongue when it comes to oppression in the name of Islam and about the naiveté and indulgence of the Europeans.
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