The history si ripete. Someone does not want the crucifix in a school of an Italian city. Salvini immediately rails “Muslims should be calling the shots in their countries”.
The problem is that if a school is thought of more studying and less politics bar which bites on people in-gnorano (years.), Salvini would know that a few hundred years is an ongoing process secularization in Western culture.
The presence of the crucifix non è osteggiata solo da esponenti delle altre religions, but especially by those who want to continue the process of secularization of the state.
In fact the newspaper the Press, after the last episode, He has used the title: “Concerto di Christmas rinviato e crocifisso rimosso: controversy over turning secular the school of Rozzano”.
Right or wrong, They are the laity to demand the removal of the crucifix. How was the laity to seek and, get, che l’ora di religion a scuola diventasse facoltativa, when, many years ago, the world arabo era completamente diverso da quello di oggi. Currently in Italy 63,5% declares itself Catholic, but of these, those who go to church and those who are online, for at least one micragnoso 10%, con il messaggio e i modi di life Religious?
In recent times, They often see people on television who have never attended a religious precept, but they stand as champions and protectors of tradition, when it comes to defend them against all those who want the secularization of the state.
It makes sense to defend the traditions just for bias, “because the traditions must be defended and protected” anche se non ci crediamo veramente e non sentiamo la need interiore di seguirle?
No, does not make sense. It's just a regurgitation of feeble old, bigotta e ipocrita destra tradizionalista che ormai non crede più neanche all’shadow di se stessa.
The problem is that even the religious extremists, such as ISIS, contestano all’West, più che l’appartenenza alla religion Christian, its secularization. Islamic fundamentalists see the secularization of the institutions as a plague worse of belonging to another religion.