Ayman Mazyek (January 19, 1969) is the German-Syrian chairman of the Central Council of Muslims in Germany (Zentralrat der Muslime in Deutschland). His mother is a German convert to Islam, his father is Syrian.
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Mazyek compared the AfD (Alternative for Germany) party to the NSDAP, since they were "the first party since the NSDAP to discriminate a whole religious group in Germany."
Mayzek wants "islamophobic racism" to be a criminal offence.
After a public outcry over the bullying of a Jewish schoolgirl in Berlin by Muslim classmates, the head of Germany’s main Muslim association has proposed sending imams and rabbis together into public schools to combat anti-Semitism. Aiman Mazyek, head of the Central Council of Muslims in Germany, used Twitter to propose his idea, shortly after Germany’s main Jewish leader remarked that Muslim organizations must do more to monitor what imams are preaching in German mosques.
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