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Albin Kurti's scarf is De-Laicizing the Republic of Kosovo
Written by Pirro Prifti 18 Gusht 2022
Of course, Albin Kurti's Draft Law on the obligatory placement of the headscarf in pre-school education for girls aged 14-16 years is a step backwards that directly hits the Constitution of Kosovo in the paragraph where it says that the State of Kosovo is a state without a defined religion and is a secular state according to Article 8 of the Republic of Kosovo, which states: ``Article 8 [Secular State]. The Republic of Kosovo is a secular state and neutral in matters of religious beliefs''. Then why does Albin Kurti want to make a concession to the Islamic Community of Kosovo in terms of wearing the headscarf (Hijab in Arabic) for girls studying in the public pre-university educational institutions of Kosovo? There are several reasons. It is thought that the main reason is political, because Albin Kurti is seeking the votes of the Islamic community in Kosovo for the upcoming Local and Parliamentary elections. The other reason is thought to be the great pressure of the powerful Islamic Community of Kosovo, which is often involved in political debates, especially Mr. Sh. Krasniqi, who has described the people of Kosovo as Muslim people, which is not entirely true - but it is a religious argument to direct Kosovo towards a non-secular state and consequently with all the consequences that would arise if this version of the Leaders of the Islamic Community was realized.
This also reminds us of the pressure that the Vatican once put on Enver Hoxha to place non-Albanian Cardinals at the head of the Catholic Community. Dictator Hoxha's negative response to the Vatican's request caused that irreparable rift in the future in terms of religious communities in Albania, and the creation of an atheistic state in Albania after 1967. This could also happen in Kosovo but in the opposite direction, in that of an Islamic religious state.
Of course, this also coincides with Tito's statements at the time of Yugoslavia, when in the censuses of the population registration in the former Titoist Yugoslavia, the so-called ``Muslim population'' appeared, which was artificially created by the Yugoslav policy to minimize the Albanian factor in Kosovo, but that was of the Muslim faith. To better clarify what the headscarf is for Muslim women, we can remember that:
- the word Shami or Hijab, was worn by Muslim women in Albania as well as in Kosovo, and it was worn mainly by women in villages and less in cities, it was even worn by women of the Orthodox and Catholic religions (less) - While with the word Ferexhe or "en-nikab", which in Albanian can be adapted to the word "ferexhe". "Niqab" differs from "hijab", (the usual covering of a Muslim woman), because "niqab" includes covering the face and hands, which are excluded according to the second. Ahmet Zogu issued a law, which was approved in parliament on March 25, 1937, punishing any woman who covered her face. Those who encouraged women to cover themselves were also punished. Fines ranged up to 500 gold francs. So he banned Ferxha (Niqab) and not Shami (Hijab). It was known that at that time, every peasant woman in Albania, Muslim, Catholic or Orthodox, had never worn a fereja." - This is more than true! My mother told me that in the highlands of Tirana, Martanesh, Çermenike, the villages of Elbasan, no woman wore a ferexhe, except for the headscarf and folk costumes with white dresses. Ferezhe were held only in cities like Elbasan, Kavajë, Shkodër, and not by all women of course, that is, in areas where Turkey's influence should probably have been greater. Wearing the face covering for women among Muslim girls and women has its source in the Qur'an, which seeks to protect women from the lusts and harassment of men during their lives when they go out in public for work or in schools or institutions. It is said in the Qur'an: "Tell the believing women to restrain their gaze (from what is forbidden), to guard their genitals and not to display their beauty and ornaments, except that which is self-evident. Let them extend their head-coverings over their breasts, and not display their beauty and ornaments, except before their husbands or their fathers, or their father-in-law, or their sons, or their husbands' sons, or to their brothers' or their brothers' sons, or to their sisters' or wives' sons, or to those who have them under their dominion, or to male servants who have no lustful desire, or to children who do not know about the private parts of women. Let them not beat their feet (on the ground), so that their hidden ornaments are revealed. O believers, turn all of you to Allah in repentance, so that you can achieve salvation!  "Old women, who no longer hope to marry, it is not a sin to remove the outer veil, but not to show their ornaments. And if they refrain, it's even better for them. Allah hears and knows everything" (Why do Muslim women wear the headscarf? - Jama'at "Tell the believers to lower their gaze and guard their private parts! This is the most chaste way for them, and Allah is Knowing what they do". "And do not approach fornication, for indeed it is moral depravity and an ugly path". "Verily, Allah has prepared forgiveness and a great reward... for men who guard their private parts and women who guard their private parts". political religious to fight Western secularism but also atheism or kafirllka (kaffir- infidel). Even in the New Testament, it is written that women should wear their long hair as a veil to enter the Church, and wear a veil when Mass is held, but also when talking to men. In Kosovo. in 2010, the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology in the Government of Kosovo issued an Administrative Instruction, which prohibits the wearing of headscarves in public primary and secondary schools. This instruction, at that time, had provoked great reactions from supporters of the idea of ??wearing headscarves in public institutions. They had protested against the prohibition of headscarves in Kosovo's public schools and had asked the then former prime minister, Hashim Thaçi, to cancel such a decision. Debates have started since six years ago, when a number of schoolgirls who wore the headscarf were initially noticed, while they were still attending primary or secondary education, and then it was the Ministry of Education that issued an administrative instruction prohibiting the wearing of headscarves in public primary and secondary schools. Also in that Law (administrative order) "The law on pre-university education determines that public educational institutions must refrain from religious teaching and from other activities that propagate a certain religion, which in this particular case does not deny it, but neither allows this presentation of a certain religion in our schools". Today Kurti wants to cancel the Law and restore the Shamija. But the Kosovars expressed in the media and portals that: "we are a nation of Dua Lipa and not of Dude Bale"! The intellectual world of Kosovo today has the opportunity to choose between Sabri Hamiti and Shefqet Krasniqi. Albin Kurti is giving a golden gift... (panorama.com.al). Here there is room to clarify that the new Republic of Kosovo is at a major crossroads where its policy is divided into two major groups: one seeks the Europeanism of the Kosovar Albanians, the other seeks the identification of the population of Kosovo as a Muslim population and not Albanian, which constitutes a great danger for the future of Kosovo. Albin Kurti is giving a golden gift... (panorama.com.al). Here there is room to clarify that the new Republic of Kosovo is at a major crossroads where its policy is divided into two major groups: one seeks the Europeanism of the Kosovar Albanians, the other seeks the identification of the population of Kosovo as a Muslim population and not Albanian, which constitutes a great danger for the future of Kosovo.
Without going into details, we can say that Kosovo's leading politicians should consult with Albania because it has more experience in this problem and that Albania is a model for its secular state and for great religious tolerance, elements that have been acquired over 114 years. Independence. We hope that Mr. Kurt should think before canceling the laws of his predecessor.