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      Doctor Philippe Grenier (Former MP for Pontarlier), by Robert Fernier (Frensh)
      Doctor Philippe Grenier (Former MP for Pontarlier), by Robert Fernier (Frensh)
      Doctor Philippe Grenier (Former MP for Pontarlier), by Robert Fernier (Frensh)
      Doctor Philippe Grenier (Former MP for Pontarlier), by Robert Fernier (Frensh)

      Doctor Philippe Grenier (Former MP for Pontarlier), by Robert Fernier (Frensh)

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      Discover the fascinating autobiographical story, 'Doctor Philippe Grenier', written by Robert Fernier. Former deputy for Pontarlier, Dr Grenier shares, in clear and eloquent terms, the deep motivations for his conversion to Islam, responding to journalists who questioned him about his faith after his election, on December 30, 1896 . A captivating journey through the thoughts, rationality and beliefs of an exceptional man.

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        Doctor Philippe Grenier

        Former MP for Pontarlier

        Author: Robert Fernier - Prefaces: Mohamed Brahim Zeddour & Youssef Girard - Editions: Héritage

        Immerse yourself in the captivating story of "Doctor Philippe Grenier", former deputy of Pontarlier, through the pages signed by the author Robert Fernier and published by Éditions Héritage.

        Doctor Philippe Grenier, in his own words dated December 30, 1896, reveals the deep reasons which pushed him to embrace Islam. His spiritual journey, far from any fantasy, is narrated with remarkable clarity. Prefaces signed by Mohamed Brahim Zeddour and Youssef Girard add a rich dimension to this exploration of faith.

        This autobiographical story offers a unique testimony, where Doctor Grenier explains his conversion after an in-depth study of the Koran and deep meditations. Discover his journey marked by rationality and the search for conformity to science, as well as his attachment to social values, equity, justice and charity, characteristics of Arab society.

        “Doctor Philippe Grenier” is much more than a biography, it is a fascinating journey through the life and convictions of a man who chose the Muslim faith, motivated by deep and enlightened reasons.

        An essential work for those seeking to understand the intimate intricacies of a conversion and the motivations that guide the spiritual choices of a significant personality in history.

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        Do you want to know why I became a Muslim? By taste, by inclination, by belief, and not by fantasy, as some have insinuated. From a young age, Islamism and its doctrine had an almost irreversible attraction on me | ... ] but it was only after attentive reading of the Koran, followed by in-depth studies and long meditations, that I embraced the Muslim religion. I adopted this faith, this dogma, because they seemed to me just as rational and in any case more consistent with science than the Catholic faith and dogma. I add that the prescriptions of Muslim law are excellent since from a social point of view, Arab society is based entirely on the organization of the family and that the principles of equity, justice, charity towards the unfortunate are the only ones in honor there, and that from the point of view of hygiene - which is of some importance for a doctor - it prohibits the use of alcoholic beverages and orders frequent ablutions of the body and clothing. "

        Dr Philippe Grenier, responding to journalists who questioned him about his faith after his election, December 30, 1896.

        Who is Philippe Grenier?

        Philippe Grenier was born on August 14, 1865 in Pontarlier, where he established himself as a doctor in 1889. Recognized as the doctor of the poor, he built his reputation by devoting his care to the most needy. After travels to Algeria and the in-depth study of the Koran, he embraced the Muslim faith in 1894, a decision motivated by his deep convictions, as he confided during a press conference on December 30, 1896.

        Municipal councilor and elected deputy in 1896, he marked his short mandate with his seriousness, silencing criticism aimed at a paradoxical man, a Muslim in the heart of a Catholic and anti-alcoholic region in the country of absinthe. During this period, he distinguished himself by his commitment to ordinary citizens and issues related to National Defense. Although he was defeated in the 1898 elections, his perseverance led him to run again unsuccessfully in 1902.

        Philippe Grenier died on March 25, 1944, surrounded by a large crowd. He leaves behind the memory of a caring man, deeply religious and a totally selfless doctor. The old inhabitants of Pontarlier remember this man with the white beard, dressed in his burnous and his gandoura, carrying out his visits on horseback.

        The town of Pontarlier pays tribute to his memory by giving his name to the mosque built in a wing of the former Marguet barracks. A street and one of the city's colleges also bear his name, thus perpetuating the legacy of an exceptional man.

        HÉRITAGE - ALBAYYINAH DIFFUSION
        9782385540579

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        2023
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