Muslim Youths and the Effects of the Social and Poliitical Change Towards the Birth of a New Generation

Sunday, 10 July 2016
Location: Hörsaal 32 (Main Building)
Distributed Paper
Rachid JARMOUNI, University of Mohammed V in Rabat, Morocco, University of Moulay Ismail in Meknes, Morocco

The islamic society is knowing as other societies, many changes wich affect all the social, political, valuable, economic, and cultural manners.

The most affected by these changes are youths. Many researches and studies worked hard in order to understand and clarify the key of this change. There are at least two famous studies of this topic: on the first hand : one thinks that all these changes are a result of the west-blow on the Islamic world. (the conspiracy theory).

On the other hand, the second reserchers refers in their analysis of the social structures to the deep reasons in society which leads to many changes. The most important reason is that the change of the youths's view towards the globe due to objective factors.

Therefore, having a new young generation which leads today's political and social change.

In this context, the research inclines to the second hypothesis which thinks that the changes that happend withe Arabic muslim societies were not at random, but due to objective factors affect mostly the muslim youths like :

- The accelerating and developing of the social change.

- The democracy and leberalism development.

-The educational revolution (the access to knowledge).

-The increasing of satisfaction in the live-world.

-A developed gronthing of globalisation (common awareness of vital issues).

-Anthority change (in the directions of nonviolent change).

-Demographic change and its relation with having a new youths'generations.

For all what have been said, i think that the big movements of change have been interacted  to come out with a new youths' awareness.

More than that, it is an expression of a new muslim arabic personality with a collection of global and  international values, namely, self-respect, liberty, justice and dignity.