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Winternachten The Hague 2005

Winternachten 2005

Fri 21 - Sunday 23 January 2005


The Discontent of the East

Theater aan het Spui - grote zaal
€ 10,- (Uitpas € 8,50, CJP/studentenkaart/ooievaarspas € 5,-)
Tariq Ramadan, Paul Scheffer en Michaël Zeeman - foto Serge Ligtenberg
Tariq Ramadan, Paul Scheffer en Michaël Zeeman - foto Serge Ligtenberg

Five panel members, chaired by publicist Michaël Zeeman, discuss the situation of mutual distrust between East and West. From where does this distrust arise? Are the anti Western sentiments that are now felt, specifically of these times, or do they go much further back in history? How does the Eurpean Islam evolve?

Including Tariq Ramadan, philosopher, now living in Switzerland, author of To be a European Muslim, who enjoys a great deal of support amongst young Muslims living in the French suburbs; Paul Scheffer, professor in the field of urban issues and publicist in the field of multicultural society in the Netherlands and the rest of Europe; the Malaysian writer, poet and editor Eddin Khoo; Farid Esack, Muslim scientist from South Africa and former apartheid fighter, and Olivier Roy from France, an expert on the Islam and author of the recently published book The globalisation of the Islam.

The afternoon will be openend with an introduction by Michaël Zeeman, and finishes with a discussion amongst the audience.

English spoken.

On these pages, you can listen to the first or second part of the debate.