L'inconscient de l'Islam by Malek Chebel
By Malek Chebel
Quand un grand spécialiste de l’islam dénonce les dérives du monde arabo-musulman actuel.
« Si le bel islam prêche le droit à l’indifférence et à los angeles non-agression mutuelle, il faut croire que l’Homme, lui, est flexible, colérique et impétueux », constate Malek Chebel. A travers cinq études percutantes, il nous montre à quel element los angeles faute et los angeles transgression sont omniprésentes dans le monde musulman contemporain. Cet Inconscient de l’islam remonte aux racines de l. a. faith et se nourrit de l’histoire des califes, pour mettre en évidence et éclairer l. a. folie actuelle d’une partie de los angeles communauté.
Guerre sainte détournée, exacerbation de los angeles determine du kamikaze, violence symbolique de los angeles relation mère-fils, censure des livres, immolation au nom d’une purification sacrée : cette immersion dans le monde complexe des interdits et de leur transgression interroge les liens entre faith, politique et liberté dans l. a. doctrine musulmane.
Plaidoyer autorisé pour l. a. mise à nu d’un inconscient longtemps nié et redouté, cet essai audacieux révèle les contradictions d’un islam aux prises avec le monde contemporain.
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