What We Don’t Know About Europe’s Muslim Kids and Why We Should Care | Deeyah KhanThere is a similar TED talk:
Published on May 13, 2016
Aged 17, Deeyah fled from Norway confused, lost and torn between cultures. Unlike some young Muslims she picked up a camera instead of a gun. She now uses her camera (and her superpower) to shed light on the clash of cultures between Muslim parents who prioritise honour and their children's desire for freedom. She argues that we need to understand what is happening to fight the pull to extremism.
Deeyah Khan is a critically acclaimed music producer and Emmy and Peabody award-winning documentary film director. ...
Published on Feb 16, 2017She complains that Afghan and Pakistani Muslims are not treated as true Norwegians in Norway, but her real complaints are against brown-skinned Muslims. She portrays the entire brown-skinned Muslim culture as being horrible and evil. She wants us to understand them, as if you too might become a terrorist or a murderer if you also grew up with brown-skinned Muslims.
As the child of an Afghan mother and Pakistani father raised in Norway, Deeyah Khan knows what it's like to be a young person stuck between your community and your country. In this powerful, emotional talk, the filmmaker unearths the rejection and isolation that many Muslim kids growing up in the West feel -- and the deadly consequences of not embracing our youth before extremist groups do. Note: Comments are disabled for this video because YouTube's comment moderation tools are not up to the task of maintaining a quality discourse here.
Do these people sound like true Norwegians to you?
Watch this video if you want a better understanding of the people who will be trying to kill your grandchildren.