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SPIEGEL: You have said numerous times that the conflict between the Western world and Muslim groups here is an "ideological war." Tibi: The result of a conflict between two sides is that people politicize their cultural backgrounds.In Germany representatives of the Islamic communities try to hijack children who are born here, along with the entire Islamic community, to prevent them from being influenced by the society which has taken them in.Tibi: No, because the biggest taboo is that there even is a conflict at all. Instead people talk about misunderstandings and how these should be resolved. It means that we share the same rules and values, and are still nevertheless different. What Muslims call tolerance is nothing other than discrimination. For many years you have been a proponent of an enlightened form of Euro-Islam -- a topic which has been much discussed. Tibi: I support reforming Islam and I am not alone in this.
Recently we have been seeing more and more acts of submission, the most recent case being the Pope's apology.
Different legal schools—of which the most prominent are Hanafi, Maliki, Shafi'i, Hanbali and Jafari—developed methodologies for deriving sharia rulings from scriptural sources using a process known as ijtihad.
Historically, sharia was interpreted by independent jurists (muftis).
Islamic orthodoxy and the German constitution are not compatible. The Jihad is not just a way of testing yourself but also means using violence to spread Islam. After all, they all clearly said that they accept the German constitution. Only representatives of organized Islam went to Schäuble's conference. And when the organizations tell him: "We are against terrorism," then everything is hunky-dory. We are trying to reinvigorate the tradition of enlightening Islam. SPIEGEL: And apart from these scientists and thinkers?
The third thing they need to give up is the Shariah, which is the Islamic legal system. They also stated that it is allowed to change religion or to have no religion at all, even though the Shariah punishes a loss of faith with the death sentence. Tibi: It would be much more important to have enlightened Imams.
Social studies teachers and political science faculties were given the task of turning young people into democrats. Of course it takes a long time, 50 years say, but we have to start. Almost 20 percent of the people living in Germany today have a foreign background.