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Title: Muslimische Frauen in Deutschland
Subtitle: Zwischen Viktimisierung, Kriminalisierung, Rechtfertigung und Selbstbehaupting
Author(s): ÇAKIR, Naime
Journal: Journal of the European Society of Women in Theological Research
Volume: 17    Date: 2009   
Pages: 183-194
DOI: 10.2143/ESWTR.17.0.2042668

Abstract :
This description of the situation in which Muslim women with emancipatory feminist views live in the public context which they claim for themselves reveals their almost insoluble dilemma. In the course of their efforts at emancipation, specific roles are assigned to them from different sides. On the one hand, that of victims oppressed by patriarchal forces, or of activists inspired by fundamentalist Islamic interests. On the other hand, the orthodox religious approach tends to suspect that these self-confident women are Muslima who have departed from the true faith and been seduced by western ideologies hostile to religion.



Al describir la situación de las mujeres musulmanas orientadas a la emancipación y al feminismo en el espacio público que ellas reclaman para sí, se muestra cuál es el dilema casi sin solución en el que viven. En su lucha por la emancipación, se les adjudican determinados roles, que son por un lado la víctima oprimida por poderes patriarcales o la activista guiada por intereses fundamentalistas-islamistas, y por el otro lado, se presume por parte de la perspectiva ortodoxa que son mujeres musulmanas que han renunciado a la verdadera fe, habiendo sido tentadas por ideologías occidentales antirreligiosas.

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