001 - THE RED WIRE THAT SLIDES ALONG MY PUBLICATIONS

History and current affairs: The objective is to question the responsibility of the institutions but above all to raise awareness among young people.

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The increased availability of the means of transport and communications has facilitated the emigration to Europe of young Arabs from countries governed by laws that favor Muslim citizens over members of other religious beliefs. This state of affairs has been the cause of misunderstanding among young people who come to Europe where equality of rights prevails and non-discrimination among citizens. At this moment Islam holds the whole world with its suspended soul, for its relations with the West and the Christian world, because one can really speak of two different worlds, which meet, collide and merge. The phenomenon of emigration from Muslim countries to European countries has been increasingly accentuated in recent times. It has generated problems of coexistence between different cultures, ways of life and customs. The widespread poverty, illiteracy, population growth and wars, push a large number of young people towards Europe and Italy in particular. It should not be overlooked that they are mostly Muslims bringing with them a set of traditions and practices which, besides being very different from ours, constitute a sort of prism through which they see and judge European societies.

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017 - ISLAM: OBJECTIVE ITALY

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For Giuseppe Samir Eid, Egyptian, in Milan for many years, there is a definite project to Islamize our country. Giuseppe Samir Eid, born in Egypt of Syrian-Lebanese parents, has lived in Italy for forty years. His is a singular story: he married a Marzotto di Valdagno, he is a consultant for business management, he collaborates with the Ambrosian Center for Documentation for Religions and has published several books including Christians and Muslims around 2000 (Paoline) and Islam: history, faith and culture (La Scuola)
I met my wife Clotilde, from Veneto, in London where I obtained a specialization in the field of economic control of companies, as she perfected the language. After the first years of falling in love, the main problem we had was that of cultural difference and mentality: she was financially autonomous and of strong personality, which is hardly suited to the education received in an Arab country. The religious problem did not exist, being all two Catholics. MSA.
Has the contribution of non-EU workers to the Italian economy become indispensable?

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019 - The Arab world, the Islam and the west

The OASI – pages 40-41 – 12-2001

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West and Islam

It would be wrong to set the West, which is a geographical-political entity, against Islam, which is a religion. It is more appropriate to speak of the differences between the laws (leaving aside the customs and habits) of the West and those of the Islamic states. It would be useful for everyone to illustrate the substantial differences that exist between Italian law and that of the countries of Islam. And it is well known that the Sharia applied in interpersonal relations discriminates against non-Muslims. The ambassadors of the countries of the Arab League represent countries, with the exception of Lebanon, which all have Islamic religious law, Sharia, as the source of their constitution.

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026 - Nativity: yes or no?

12-20

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In this pre-Christmas period in some schools souls are warming up on the theme: “Nativity: yes or no?” with the excuse of respect for non-Christians, to “not offend” the new immigrants in Italy.

It should be noted that non-Christians have always been present in the schools but the problem only arose with the arrival of Muslims. Often those who pose the problem are not the Muslims themselves but precisely certain teachers, either to set trends or because they delude themselves into favouring integration by penalizing everything that is part of the Christian tradition. In the name of respect for differences and the protection of minorities, they renounce making the Nativity in the classroom on Christmas, they choose no poems or strictly non-religious songs for the Christmas play, and they ask to remove the crucifix from the walls of schools and hospitals.

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