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Islamic Central Council of Switzerland to launch an Initiative against Minarets' Ban.

Monday, 29 November, 2010, 20:05

Muslim group initiative to repeal minaret ban


A Swiss-Muslim group is planning to put a referendum to repeal the minaret ban to voters.

The umbrella group IZRS (Islamische Zentralrat Schweiz) told reporters today it wants a new voter initiative to remove the minaret ban from the Swiss constitution.

The group has about 13 Muslim associations as members, representing 1,700 people.  The group argued a decision against the minaret ban from European judicial authorities would bring nothing to help Muslims in Switzerland.  

The ban on the construction of minarets was approved last year with 57 percent of voters saying yes.

 

Source: http://www.worldradio.ch/wrs/news/wrsnews/muslim-group-initiative-t...

 

 

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Islamischer Zentralrat plant Initiative gegen Minarettverbot

  

Der Islamische Zentralrat der Schweiz plant eine Volksinitiative zur Aufhebung des Minarettverbots in der Schweiz. Genau ein Jahr nach dem Volksentscheid will die Organisation um ihren polarisierenden Führer Nicolas Blancho diesen wieder rückgängig machen. Die Initiative sei nicht mit anderen Islamischen Organisationen abgesprochen worden, räumt der Zentralrat ein. Man habe das Vorhaben bislang „aus taktischen Gründen“ streng geheim gehalten.

Das beschlossene Minarettverbot habe das Ansehen der Schweiz in der islamischen Welt beschädigt. Nun gelte es, „diesen politischen Fehlentscheid“ wieder rückgängig zu machen. Ob der Islamische Zentralrat mit Sitz in Biel, der als extremistisch eingestuft wird, mit seinen 500 Mitgliedern überhaupt initiativfähig ist, ist schwer einzuschätzen. Wie der Rat an der Medienkonferenz vom 29. November 2010 verkündete, seien jedoch bereits Kontakte „mit einer Jungpartei“ aufgenommen worden.

 

Source: http://www.info8.ch/schweiz/nachrichten/schweiz/islamischer-zentral...

 

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Minareti, Consiglio centrale islamico contro il divieto

A un anno dal voto contro l’edificazione di minareti in Svizzera, il Consiglio centrale islamico (CCIS) intende lanciare un’iniziativa per abolire tale divieto. I fautori dell’interdizione, invece, promuovono la loro causa con un manifesto.


 

Il CCIS ha annunciato lunedì a Zurigo il lancio di un’iniziativa popolare volta ad abolire il divieto contro l’edificazione di minareti in Svizzera. I promotori vogliono quindi chiamare l’elettorato elvetico una seconda volta all’urne per esprimersi su questo controverso tema.

Il testo dell'iniziativa dovrebbe essere sottoposto alla Cancelleria federale «in ogni caso» già nel gennaio 2011. Se si vuole abolire il divieto dei minareti in Svizzera, occorre farlo utilizzando la stessa via presa per introdurre questa interdizione, hanno spiegato alla stampa i rappresentanti del CCIS.

Il CCIS è stato creato nell’ottobre 2009, prima della votazione sul divieto di edificazione di minareti in Svizzera. Il CCIS è presieduto da Nicolas Blancho, svizzero convertito all’islam e studente di islamistica. Stando all’organizzazione, il CCIS conta al momento 1700 iscritti.

Nel contempo, i contrari all’edificazione di minareti in Svizzera si fanno paladini della volontà popolare espressa nelle urne il 29 novembre 2009. In un manifesto chiedono che il verdetto degli elettori elvetici venga accettato senza eccezioni e che gli stranieri di fede musulmana riconoscano la Costituzione nel momento della loro naturalizzazione.

Il comitato dell’iniziativa contro l’edificazione di nuovi minareti in Svizzera fa sapere inoltre di essere irritato dalla decisione del cantone di Berna che nel settembre di quest’anno ha confermato l’autorizzazione di costruire il minareto di Langenthal.


 

swissinfo.ch e agenzie

 

Source: http://www.swissinfo.ch/ita/politica/Minareti,_Consiglio_centrale_i...

Tags: Initiative, IslamischeZentralRat, MinaretsBan

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