Dyab Abou Jahjah
Dyab Abou Jahjah (b. 1971) is a Lebanese-born publicist and activist. In the early nineties, he moved to Belgium where he studied political science. In 2000, he founded the Arab European League (AEL), a movement that advocated for the rights of Muslim immigrants and proved to be controversial from the outset. Since 2014, he has been president of Movement X, a civil rights movement that unites immigrants and natives in their ambition to fight against every form of discrimination.
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Pleidooi voor radicalisering (A Case for Radicalisation), 2016
Dyab About Jahjah has written the handbook for a world revolution. – De Morgen
A razor-sharp plea for a better world. – Lex Bohlmeijer, De Correspondent
What he understands under "radicalism" is not jihad or taking up weapons - he calls that “destructive radicalism”. What defines a radical then? A critical attitude to the Western capitalist system, he argues, or “constructive radicalism”. - Trouw
This book is not a reason for rebellion but for protest and discussion, as befits a pamphlet. - NRC Next