Hatune’s words from a lecture, depicted unbiased and unprejudiced
Translation of an article in ‘Baden online’, 19th of September 2016
Author: Antje Ritzert
Turkish Sister critizises Islam
Hatune Dogan deals with the Quran in her speech in Auenheim, Baden-Württemberg
She pleas for a distinguished refugee policy: Sister Hatune Dogan during her speech at the Bürgersaal, Auenheim. © Antje Ritzer
“I do not believe, that someone, who lives according to the Quran, can be normal for us“, says Sister Hatune Dogan, by which she polarizes her audience. In the village hall of Auenheim, she reported about her experiences in the middle East and about her charitable foundation’s work.
Hatune Dogan’s position about the refugee policy is clear: “Europe has let in the wolves, and the sheep are still abroad.” By the wolves, the 46-year-old sister means the Muslim refugees, that are still living exactly to the verses of the Quran. The sheep are the suppressed, abused and persecuted minorities inside the Muslim dominated countries of the earth – and more precisely “mothers, children and orphans, that have not enough money, to buy their getaway.”
Objects of Lust for Men
For 26 years, the resolute sister cares for the poorest, in Turkey, Syria, India, Egypt, Lebanon and Iraq. “Women have no value there”, says Dogan in her speech in the village hall Auenheim. “They serve only the lust of men, and specially, if they are unbelievers.”
For the Turkish born sister, there is often nothing more left than picking up the pieces: Listening, letting them cry, taking care of wounds at labia and breasts, caressing slit faces. All cruelties, that were perpetrated in the name of Allah. “This not since yesterday, but for centuries”, she recollected.
Born in 1970 in a small Christian village in East-Turkey, Hatune Dogan fled at the age of 15 to Germany, together with her parents and siblings. This was preceded by years of humiliations, torture and oppression. “Till the eighth century, 96 percent of the people in all the Middle East had been Christians. Today, there are only six percent left”, she says. The reason for expulsion and violence she very clearly sees “in the sources of Islam”, especially in the Quran: “206 verses are directed against the unbelievers.”
Consternation in the room
In her view, Quran and democracy are not compatible. She makes a strong plea to politicians in Germany, “to wake up, finally” and to take a closer look at the refugees: “I do not believe, that someone, who lives according to the Quran, can be normal for us“, she says. “That is impossible. 79 verses alone invoke the killing of unbelievers. If you read something like this, you can’t stay neutral.”
The lecture of the author of several books and receiver of the Federal Cross of Merit provoked great consternation in the room. As Dogan reported about terrorists from the Islamic State, that pounded the baby of an ‘unbeliever’ against a rock, “until there was no more head”, an agitated member of the audience jumped from her seat. “Stop it!”, she shouted, interrupting Hatune Dogan´s speech, and adding, “now an image from our own past comes up, as the SS (Special Nazi forces) threw children into the ovens alive.” The important question would be, how to live peacefully with different religions in Germany.
Hatune Dogan reaffirmed, her concern is only about those people, who live according to the wording of the Quran; and she warned of false tolerance and cowardice: “The door must stay open for the real refugees, but not for those, that want to turn our society inside out. If we remain silent, we are destroying all our future!”
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