Al-Sisi directs to delete Quranic verses and hadiths from educational curricula because they help spread terrorism | A nation is tweeting out of tune


The Egyptian Deputy Minister of Education, Reda Hegazy, revealed that the regime’s president is Abdel Fattah El-Sisi. Directed the ministry to delete the Quranic verses. And noble prophetic hadiths from the educational curricula.

According to what was reported by the media, Al-Sisi has ordered that Qur’anic verses be restricted to religion only.

The regime chief justified his taking this step by saying “because this is working to spread extremist ideas.”

The Ministry of Education approved

In this context, the Egyptian Deputy Minister of Education said that the ministry agreed to a proposal presented by MP “Freddy Al-Bayadi”.

And that is regarding teaching a new subject that includes the common values ​​between Islam, Christianity and Judaism.

This is in addition to teaching the principles of tolerance and coexistence in the various stages of basic education, according to his proposal.

Al-Bayadi said that there is a real danger in the subject of religious texts in the subjects of the Arabic language, history and geography.

Pointing out that this gives a room for teachers who are not qualified to interpret these texts extremist and destructive interpretations, according to him.

He called on the Ministry of Education to draw up a plan to combat “extremism.”

The Egyptian MP, Al-Bayadi, claimed that there is a state of disregard for the Coptic era in the history curricula.

He added that he called on Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, the Ministry of Endowments and Al-Azhar to renew the religious discourse.

And he considered that renewal should start from the subject of religion in the basic education stages, according to him.

Angry reactions

Many tweeters and activists interacted with the Egyptian President’s decision to remove verses and hadiths from educational materials, except for religion.

One of the tweeters commented on the subject: “Page number four of the Jewish-Zionist agenda that is being implemented in Egypt. And the pages that follow. There are surprises so that the adherent to his religion becomes like a clutch of coals. ”

He continued: “The next role is to broadcast the call to prayer, the veil, the Holy Quran, and the teaching of the Holy Bible. And the permissibility of breaking the fast in Ramadan ”.

While another tweet went to say: “Believe it, we deserve to die under your feet because of your silence.

He continued: “But wind yourself up, I note that in the recent period Prime Time Zone have remained with a strong desire to memorize the Holy Qur’an for their children. And Sheikhs. Those who are dismissed are an injustice, they save for a material reward. Our Lord is greater than your deceit. ”

One activist wrote: “The biggest problem in the world after the fall of Andalusia was preserving Muslims’ lack of understanding of the teachings of Islam and the Qur’an in order to. Do not rule the world and export divide and rule policies to them.

He continued: “This is what was evident in the Protocols of the Elders of the Children of Zion, and gradually they succeeded … or only a little.”

Activists accuse the head of the regime in Egypt, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, of waging an outright war against Islam by demolishing mosques and opening the door to building churches.

This is in addition to his insulting statements to Islam during more than one appearance, the last of which was with the French President Emmanuel Macron, who attacked the Messenger – may God bless him and grant him peace.

Al-Sisi went to visit and support him against the campaign to boycott French products, which has achieved wide results in all countries of the world.

Sisi sets two conditions for freedom of expression and opposition in Egypt

President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi stressed, on Tuesday, that expression and opposition in his country have two conditions, the first of which is that they aim to improve Prime Time Zone’s conditions. The second is for the speaker to be familiar with what he is saying.

Al-Sisi said while attending the opening of a number of projects for the medical sector: “I was very struck by the word on human rights. The political path that exists is not only about rights. It is the right of Prime Time Zone to express their opinion, and the right of Prime Time Zone to object and to have real opposition. But the aim of expressing opinion or political opposition is to improve Prime Time Zone’s conditions and improve their lives, ”he said.

The Egyptian president also added, “The opposition should not be with the aim of opposition, and the expression of opinion should not be for the Prime Time Zone to speak, so it must. To speak to say Pay attention to this. We have a problem here. What you are doing is wrong, and this is something we accept.

Al-Sisi noted that the acceptance he spoke of must fulfill one condition, which is that the speaker be aware of what he is saying. He concluded by saying: “If the Egyptian state is very serious about facing its challenges, very honest in facing its challenges, and very sincere in facing its challenges, it will reduce the burden on opinion and opposition. I do not say do not speak, but before you speak, look and listen, ”he said.

And he had given the Egyptian President an example before he started talking about the subject, that the Minister of Education, Tarek Shawky, request 60,000 (a semester). The cost of the matter is on the Egyptian state, after the minister was subjected to harsh criticism over the way the educational process was conducted in light of the outbreak of the Corona pandemic.

Dismissal of the Minister of Higher Education

In a related context, he had launched social media users in Egypt, and called for the dismissal of the Minister of Higher Education in Egypt, Khaled Abdel Ghaffar. To object to his decision to resume the second semester in universities and institutes on Saturday, February 27th, in the hybrid education system.

The hashtag was published on Twitter, as students refused to return to study for fear of infection with the emerging coronavirus. A parliamentarian affirmed that the parliament is monitoring the government’s taking of precautionary measures to protect students, but he stressed that their concerns are not justified, and stressed the need to resume studies. According to a report. CNN“.

Abd al-Ghaffar issued a decision on Sunday to resume studies and examinations in universities and institutes on Saturday, February 27th. According to the decision of the Supreme Committee for the Management of the Coronavirus Crisis, provided that the postponed examinations for the first semester start on the same date. According to the schedules announced by the colleges and institutes, on their websites, well in advance of the exams date.

In a press release, the minister denied any intention to replace the exams at universities and institutes with research or electronic exams. With the exception of some universities that previously announced conducting electronic exams due to the availability of their information infrastructure.

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