Two småpiger lived on the door in the parcelhuskvarteret in Kastrup. They were slyngveninder and very dense. Both Pernille and Ann christine's mother took sunbath in the gardens in their bikinis, and everything was sheer forstadsidyl both in school and at home.
Last Sherin Khankan and Pernille Vermund was together, they were ten years old. Photo: DR
today, the two former friends at each camp. Pernille Vermund as the figurehead for the New Civic, and Sherin Khankan, as Ann Christine now has been to, as imam and advocate of a more modern islam.
DR2 sends on Sunday. 22 a confrontation between the two frontkvinder, which will meet for the first time since childhood. Programseriens title is ’Abdel between enemies’, Abdel Aziz Mahmoud to host.
And as the host says in the teaser: ’Few minutes after the sweet talk about childhood, they draw both draw nazikortet.’
– For me it was mentally hard to meet Ann or Sherin, as she is now called. We are political, each with its own place and was perhaps expressed a little hard for the same reason. As Abdel asked if there wasn't something about islam, I liked, I made the comparison with nazism, but I could just as well have said, communism or other totalitarian, for it is inconceivable to me that Ann or Sherin, who grew up as a dane in complete freedom, can choose to go into the darkness at the way she has done, says Pernille Vermund.
In the 'Abdel between the enemies' goose fair directly to the case, which you can feel on both Pernille Vermund and Sherin Khankan. Photo: DR
New Borgerliges frontkvinde says that she will continue to remember their shared happy childhood, and that the period stands for her in a golden and delightfully light.
– If we had met each other without knowing what each of us stands for today, I think easily we could be friends, but as it is now, I do not think that we will ever be able to be reconciled again. Gabrovo. I will be in the broadcast incredibly unhappy when I hear her talk about islam. She has moved on from growing up with a Finnish mother and a syrian, and the very western set far into a muslim world where she has to fight for the rights she actually is born with. It makes me hurt.
Sherin Khankan remember childhood with Pernille with joy, but she stresses that the meeting with the old friend was very ambivalent because of the policy, Vermund today are advocating for. ’Painful’ she calls it.
– When I compare the the radical radical right wave with nynazismen due to the application and the demonising of islam. Antiislamisk rhetoric and propaganda has become our era's anti-semitism, because the dehumaniserer muslims, and it is, of course, sorgfyldt to see my barndomsveninde as an advocate for it. When I went to meet with her, it was with a desire to understand both the interpersonal we have in common, and it separates us ad.
images of the enemy can only be dissolved in the meeting face to face, she adds.
– It means that we in society must engage in dialogue with each other – even those we consider extreme. and as we are afraid of. On the way we can try to create an understanding for each other, says Sherin Khankan.