Thursday, April 19, 2007

الجامعة الهاشمية تمنع أسبوع الحجاب

«الهاشمية» تمنع أسبوعا للحجاب.. و«الأردنية» توافق على إقامة حفل موسيقي «روك»

السبيل - علاء عوا

«أيتها اللؤلؤة المصونة.. صوني نفسك»، «أنت كاللؤلؤة فاحفظي نفسك بالحجاب»، لافتات كتبت عليها هذه الشعارات وغيرها، كانت معلقة على الجدران داخل حرم الجامعة الهاشمية، من أجل إقامة «أسبوع الحجاب» والذي نظمته طالبات لـ (9006) طالبات داخل الجامعة، ولتكريم حوالي 100 طالبة لارتدائهن الحجاب. لكن الشعارات لم تدم طويلا، إذ أقبل رجال الأمن الجامعي واقتلعوها اقتلاعا، ولم يسمحوا بها، على حد وصف إحدى الطالبات.

أما على الجدران داخل حرم الجامعة الأردنية فإعلانات تقول: « كلية الفنون تدعوكم لحضور حفل موسيقي (الروك).. وذلك يوم الثلاثاء 17/4/2007، في تمام الساعة الواحدة ظهراً.. في مبنى الكلية».

وإعلانات لحفلات أخرى تقول: «حفلة الربيع.. الخميس 19 نيسان.. الساعة الرابعة مساءً»، «أغاني عربية، مقطوعات موسيقية، أغاني انجليزية»، لكن هذه الإعلانات لم يؤمر الأمن الجامعي بإزالتها! والعمادة وافقت على إقامة هذه الحفلة.

الخبر كاملا

بما إني كنت طلب في الجامعة الهاشمية وبعرف كتير شباب في الاتجاه الاسلامي، بعرف شو المشاكل اللي بواجهوها مع عمادة الجامعة.

الجامعة بتخاف من سلطة الاتجاه الاسلامي، لأنو الاتجاه الاسلامي إلو شعبية كبيرة بالجامعة بين الطلاب. وأكبر دليل كان نتائج انتخابات مجلس الطلبة. الجامعة ما بدّها يوصل عدد كبير من الاتجاه الاسلامي للمجلس وما بدّها عدد المواليين "إن صحّ التعبير" يزيد، لأنها بدّها تمشّي قراراتها بدون اعتراضات و وجعة راس، فبتحاول تخوف الطلاب من الاتجاه بشتّى الطرق؛ استجواب أفراد الاتجاه أحيانا بدون أسباب، اعطاء الانذارات لأسباب واهية، ... إلخ

وأكيد الحدّ من نشاطات الاتجاه رح يدعم توجه الجامعة.

والحكومة بتفخر إنو عندنا وزارة تنمية سياسية، وبتدعو الشباب للمشاركة بالأحزاب وبالحياة السياسية!!! إذا كانت أولى تجارب الشباب في الحياة السياسية زي هيك، شو بتتوقّع الحكومة منهم.

تنمية سياسية مين والناس نايمين....

7 comments:

Laila said...

Why would University students celeberate and cheer for 100 girl personal decision to wear Hijab in the university?

As Hijab is a personal religious duty, where it does not reflect ethics or student relationships and role in the uni; it should not be a university matter to salute personal decisions espicailly in a uni like al hashmieh where Musilms vs chirstians conflicts and groups are the most.

I studied in Jordan uni, haressments were not an ekhwan thing, it was against political streams that function against the uni or the government official stand, el ekhwan the other way around were at leasted granted some freedom when compared to leftist movements and actions.

moi said...

Thanks for sharing this Ahmad.
Laila--I don't think the group is going to force anyone to attend. Any university would likely include student groups that span various ideologies, interests, and activities. Who ever would like to attend them is welcome, whoever doesn't, that's their choice. But to prevent one group from holding such an event simply because the administration doesn't agree with their ideology is the most obvious example of lack of freedom of expression in Jordan, especially on campuses. If this organization wants to celebrate those 100 girls, why not? Nobody is going to force anyone who doesn't want to attend to do so.
The point is, when you prevent one group, it creates a precedent for preventing other groups from holding their own events.

Every group should be allowed to hold their events and only prevent those groups that advocate violence, hatred, and such from holding their events.

ДншдЬ said...

Maria: I have deleted your comment, for many reasons:
1. it was relevant to the content of the post.
2. it is a kind of promotion for your blog.
3. your blog's content is not the type I prefer to encourage.

laila: welcome,
As Hijab is a personal religious duty, where it does not reflect ethics or student relationships and role in the uni
I'm totally with you in that.

it should not be a university matter to salute personal decisions
The celebration there was planed by those girls' friends to encourage and support them, and I can't find what is wrong with that.

espicailly in a uni like al hashmieh where Musilms vs chirstians conflicts and groups are the most.
I can tell that there is no kind of conflict between Muslims and Christians in the Hash. univ.
if you think that Christians will feel bad about such a celebration, then you are wrong.

I studied in Jordan uni, haressments were not an ekhwan thing, it was against political streams that function against the uni or the government official stand
I totally agree, but taking about the Hashemite univ. El Ekhwan are the most (if not only) effective stream.

el ekhwan the other way around were at leasted granted some freedom when compared to leftist movements and actions.
I really don't know the situation at Jordan univ., but what you are saying is supporting my opinion that Universities are trying to eliminate the role of students.
Thanks for commenting.

moi: welcome, and thanks.

Anonymous said...

LONG LIVE NEO-LIBERALISM.

no freedoms, no social or political equality, no democracy, no technological achievements, no higher culture. just sex and alcohol and rock and call it progress. FUCK THAT!

NiQa said...

interesting post. the title was powerful enough. it sucks what the general public are going through now. the people in power need to get a life.
u should check my latest post. its about body art.
i'll take a wild guess and assume ur not into that ;)

Moey said...

finally someone is trying to split life actions from religion.. amazing

Anonymous said...

how sad. some people would defend homosexuality and alcohol on the grounds of "no-harm-to-others" but would lash out when people want to cover their hair with a piece of cloth.

Sick people. I don't see them leading pro-democracy demonstrations or pro-equality demonstrations or free Palestine or iraq rallies, but they will march on Gay Pride day and will deny people who don't share their views their right to their freedom of express.

Are these mutants open minded liberals? NOOOO! because if they were, they would be the first to stand up for their countrymen's right to speak their mind so long as they keep it civil.

So what do these assholes represent?

I think they represent hedonism not modernity, they are lacking in concern for anything or anyone, bottom feeding scum. of course I respect, and will defend, their right to be bottom feeding scum so long as they don't harm anyone with their feeding habits, and I will defend their right to take it up the ass, because I consider myself a true liberal, whether I agree with them or not.

if I have to select between the narrow-minded Hijabi fundamentalists (and god knows they are) with their love for charity and their willingness to sacrifice for Palestine & Iraq over the neo-liberal, drugged-up, care for nothing but my sex and booze, and their fucked up idea of "progress" I WILL TAKE THE NARROW MINDED FUNDAMENTALISTS any time of the day simply because the alternatives being offered by the neo-liberal fuckers look frightening.