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Preface by Rachid Benzine
Presentation of the publisher
It was time to give up and give the floor to young people. In everything that is read today in the media, in the analyses of experts from all sides, it was time to turn the tide and stop with this Muslim youth who has questions and wants answers. Because we’re all interested in these issues.
He’s a teacher, and not just any teacher. Hicham is a Muslim and a believer. He was young (and did not forget it), he went through all the phases of questioning that he tells with a lot of humour and humility.
He is an open, attentive teacher who, in this book, provides answers to specific questions. Because, on balance, we could not find better than to take an interest, to educate, to bring young people to advance a society. It seems to us that it is high time to move on to practical and concrete work.
Préface de Rachid Benzine
Présentation de l’éditeur
Il était temps que l’on cède la place et que l’on donne la parole aux jeunes. Dans tout ce qui se lit aujourd’hui dans les médias, dans les analyses des experts de tous bords, il était temps de remonter le courant et de s’arrêter auprès de cette jeunesse musulmane qui a des questions et qui veut des réponses. Parce que ces questions nous intéressent tous.
C’est un prof qui s’y colle, et pas n’importe lequel. Hicham est musulman et croyant. Il a été jeune (et ne l’a pas oublié), il est passé par toutes les phases de questionnement qu’il raconte avec beaucoup d’humour et d’humilité.
C’est un prof ouvert, attentif qui, dans ce livre, apporte des réponses à des questions précises. Parce que, tout compte fait, on n’a pas trouvé mieux que de s’intéresser, d’éduquer, de porter les jeunes pour faire avancer une société. Il nous semble qu’il est plus que temps de passer aux travaux pratiques et concrets.
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