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Tại sao các tổ chức cực đoan xuyên quốc gia lại thành công khi các phong trào dân chủ gặp khó khăn hơn? Maajid Nawaz, một cựu cực đoan Hồi giáo, yêu cầu những câu chuyện cơ sở mới và hoạt động xã hội toàn cầu để truyền bá dân chủ đối mặt với chủ nghĩa dân tộc và chủ nghĩa bài ngoại. Một bài nói chuyện mạnh mẽ từ TEDGlobal 2011. TEDT Talk là một podcast video hàng ngày về các bài nói và buổi biểu diễn hay nhất từ ​​Hội nghị TED, nơi các nhà tư tưởng và nhà làm nghề hàng đầu thế giới đưa ra bài nói chuyện về cuộc đời của họ trong 18 phút. Các diễn giả nổi bật bao gồm Al Gore về biến đổi khí hậu, Philippe Starck về thiết kế, Jill Bolte Taylor về quan sát đột quỵ của chính mình, Nicholas Negroponte trên One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall về tinh tinh, Bill Gates về sốt rét và muỗi, Pattie Maes trên “Sixth Sense “công nghệ đeo được và nhà sản xuất” Lost “JJ Abrams về sức hấp dẫn của sự bí ẩn. TED là viết tắt của Công nghệ, Giải trí, Thiết kế và TED Bài nói chuyện bao gồm các chủ đề này cũng như khoa học, kinh doanh, phát triển và nghệ thuật. Phụ đề chi tiết và phụ đề đã dịch bằng nhiều ngôn ngữ hiện có sẵn trên, tại.

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  1. As a muslim, I love to hear people discuss my religion more and more. It makes me aware of how our society has compressed our beautiful eternity of a religion into small ideas that were misinterpreted and altered for personal and political misuse.

  2. Maajid Nawaz…thankyou so so much for giving me the missing links and connections for the thoughts that were floating in my head dispersed and unattached…thankyou

  3. Attacking extremism without attacking the ideology behind it will be fruitless. I admire his effort though and the hardships he has endured for trying.

  4. There is a fight coming for the survival of western civilizations and Christian cultures….why can't we grasp that Islam is totally intolerant to any other faith or religion…you are considered an infidel non believing devil if you do not follow their evil belief…and they have now took a dangerous foothold in western Europe…..

  5. He is also promoting a Narrative. He calls the entire objections to the spread of ISLAMISM and promotion of Islamic culture as the fascist far right.
    He thinks we are all morons incapable of reading.
    Even a cursory reading of any basic Koran, will show anyone that Fascism and Supremacist ideas were first codified and written down by Islam in it's Koran. We are better, we are the chosen , our idea is the best and the latest. Anyone who does not believe in Allah is a sinner. We are all born sinners. These are ideas which are common in any Muslims mindset. Let alone Islamists. Islamists are just doing what is written in the Koran. The Evangelist's are doing what is written in the Bible and the cultural beliefs that Christ is the only way. Non believers are heathen folk waiting for their souls to be delivered to Jesus.
    And yet these so called religions which in any definition are cult beliefs systems of domination and subjugation are being termed as godly, secular ,loving ,fair ,just et. Etc. Evidence is that adherents of these cults have invaded killed usurped millions in the last 1000 years.

  6. I use to like this guy, & I still like him for being an Apostate, but he's mislead in believing that Islamist's are far right. Sure Islam wishes to destroy democracy in every country they try to take over, but they are also very pro-socialist, & modern-day socialists are far-left. So if he would have said that Islam is far left, he'd be more accurate, & I'd have more reason to like him.

  7. I always have difficulty when someone as intelligent as Maajid equates the far right as a threat comparable in danger to the terrorist attacks we've had since 2001. As soon as I hear far right I switch off.

  8. when maajid speaks n makes a case, you can't win. He makes strong connections n leaves no room for rebuttal. Hard to out-debate the man

  9. I wonder whether by now he realised that he is a civic nationalist. Civic nationalism can create strife as well (like between the USA and other countries like Russia), but it is the best system we have, because democracy is the best system we have.

  10. The point that democracy as a system gets the blame when parties that embrace it inevitably make mistakes, which then leads the populace to embrace antidemocratic alternatives, is quite profound.

  11. I have wondered if you could have some sort of 'subversive' species of democracy, the same way capitalism would always exist as black markets no matter how hard a government attempted to outlaw it.

    Currently Im not sure how western democracy would survive the beheading of their government, say by a coup. I can imagine protests but all you should really need to do is passively ignore undemocratic government. We shouldn't have to require an authority to continually impose democracy on us, organise ballots for us and so on. Ideally it would emerge naturally from bottom up behaviour and if any coup or other attack attempted to behead this democratic government, a new government would instantly appear, hydra-like..


  12. Truly inspirational stuff that I couldn't agree more with. And incredibly poignant with regards to what has happened since this talk in 2011. Maajid Nawaz I take my proverbial hat off to you!

  13. Maajid Nawaz is a LibDem. Thats the party here in the UK who just went along with the ideological austerity of the Independent Living Fund for the disabled. It is the party that said and did nothing while David Cameron toured the Middle East during the Arab Spring, selling arms to brutal, despotic regimes such as Saudi Arabia. Their new leader is a Christian who is homophobic and anti-abortion- yet Nawaz has not raised an objection to this.

  14. Maajid Nawaz always talks sense, nothing controversial at all in what he's saying. Politics and religion should remain separate. Groups supporting democratic values need to be encouraged.

  15. I heard a true enemy of Islam and Muslims speak first time in my life. The damage this man can do to Muslims and Islam is beyond what FBI CIA MOSSAD can do.

  16. I think the current state of the transnational Islamist movements and the late 19th and early 20th century Communist movements would have been a more apt comparison with the big difference of the current state of technology and easy of travel that did not exist in the late and early 19th/20th century.  

  17. he said it is far right to ban halal meat.. and you like his speach… you are the extrimists, not Nationalists.
    P.S. pork is being banned in schools to not offend these sons of bitches

  18. Civilisation and islam have been at war for hundreds of years. They be continue to be at war till one side is destroyed. The left have decided that islam must win.

  19. As Islamists spread across Iraq and Syria, this three-year old TED talk seems quite relevant and illuminating. It's always refreshing to hear a vigorous defense of enlightenment values – or universal human rights – from an articulate young man who warns of both terrorist threats and the dangers of political correctness that blinds so many westerners. It's clear that we must engage the Islamist narrative in the media and schools – or we will face decades of civilizational conflict. Unfortunately, the speaker remains quite vague about how we can create a "civilizational choice" for democracy in closed, authoritarian countries.

  20. Maajid is really interesting and articulate. Good to see a man can be redeemed from a life of violence, and for me, my problem isn't with 'freedom fighters', but rather, with men who equate the tyranny of violence and brutal terrorism with fighting for freedom.

    When Subhas Bose tried to take India by force alongside other Indian extremists, they failed, and ultimately the British seized the moral highground of eliminating a 'terrorist threat'. When Gandhi forced himself and his followers to suffer unimaginable brutalities through peaceful protest and dissent, the British began to truly understand the values of 'liberty' and 'freedom' and 'justice which they had used up until then to mask the cruel nature of Empire…and finally let India go.

    Some men say, 'If I am not violent, how will I defend myself against someone who is violent?' this is the argument each of us makes and which creates a world filled with violence. When someone does the truly brave thing, and becomes the first person to lower that fist, he is making the leap of faith which others will follow into a world of dialogue, discussion, progress and ultimately long lasting peace.

  21. One of the few things Maher says which is… "to quote you and him, "bullshit". Muslim religious fanatics are more extreme in their actions but only because the laws in the countries are not as encompassing. Give our Christian right wing nut jobs time. They'll get the hang of it.
    If Rick Santorum had his way we would be killing anti Christians and anyone who said the planet was more than 5000 years old now

  22. The idea that democracy needs transcultural advocacy is interesting. None other than Ayaan Hirsi Ali has talked of the need for the same thing. The "demand-led" idea has a lot to it.

    OTOH, the scenario where the mistakes of democratic parties cause the dismissal of democracy itself works both ways — in Egypt, the rule of Morsi was enough of a disaster to set the Muslim Brotherhood back severely, even in other countries such as Jordan.

    Nawaz wants us all to be radicals — in the right cause…

  23. i'm an atheist, yet i think Maajid Nawaz has done a brave job in fighting extremism
    I hope more people like him will stand up against the al-Qaeda and the Pakistani, and he will encourage more people to fight religious extremisim particularly islam
    once religious extremisim is gone in islam, it would now be easier for people to drop their religion totally and embrace human values and progress

  24. I need to learn to get laid. My buddy has started going out with a stunning lady mainly because 8 weeks ago he registered to a website named Master Attraction (Google it if you'd like to learn how.) I'm jealous since I would like to fall in love too. I'm gonna look into this Jake Ayres man's material and find out if it will help a person like me. Funny point is, he used to have no good fortune with girls. How do you change that fast? His girl's a banging model…

  25. A faith that despises non-believers (what it says in texts not what Western Muslims say), women's rights, and homosexuals. And don't get me started on the part in the Qur'an that supports wife beating (4:34).

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