What It Is Like to Have Interfaith Dialogues
I have been an active member of Multi-Faith Student Council for two years now. I have been fortunate to learn so much about other people and their faith.
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Jinn… Muslim Folklore Enters World Cinema
Making inroads into world cinema, a Detroit-based production company has presented its first Muslim-based thriller movie Jinn, investing in a theme that remained far from reach of movie makers worldwide.
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A Christian Response to Islamophobia
Early last week, the mosque down the street from my house was shot at by persons unknown during early morning prayers. Approximately 40 worshipers were in attendance, and thankfully none of them were hurt during the attack
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Interfaith Dialogue for a Peaceful World: Dr Alam Emphasizes Role of the Youth
The 11th Doha Interfaith Dialogue Conference on “Role of Youth in Enhancing the Value of Dialogue” held at Doha, Qatar during 25th-26th March, 2014, where in a session on Religious Perspective on Youth, Dr. Mohammad Manzoor Alam delivered a talk in which he spoke about Dialogue and Role of youth. Dr. Alam is the Chairman of
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Interfaith Dialogue Presents Opportunities
Let us establish business partnerships and support joint projects between faith-based organizations.

Exploring what the Abrahamic faiths have in common was the theme of an interfaith dialogue held in Atlanta’s All Saints Episcopal Church on the sidelines of the recent US-Saudi Business Opportunities Forum. The Saudi Committee of International Trade (CIT) and the Saudi-US Trade Group organized the event.

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Pakistan: Pope Names Interfaith-Dialogue Promoter as Karachi Archbishop
Pope Benedict XVI on Wednesday appointed Joseph Coutts as archbishop of Karachi, the Pakistani sprawling southern port city where Christians have been the target of religious violence, the Vatican announced.

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The Muslim World is Out of Control. And that’s a Good Thing.
The control of ruthless dictators has declined markedly in less than a single year. Two brutal despots, Hosni Mubarak in Egypt and Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali in Tunisia, are gone for good, and while it will take time for the citizens of these two states to clean up the mess left them by their erstwhile leaders, they are moving in the right direction.
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The Importance of Conversation for Healthy Interfaith Relations
In my seven year stay in Cambridge University while I was completing my PhD there I was involved in forums for dialogue between different disciplines between the humanities and social sciences.
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‘Expatriates and religious diversity in Qatar’ Roundtable Discussion Organized in Doha
Community leaders have been urged to do more to educate their compatriots on the customs, tradition and culture of Qatar so that they can better interact with the culture of the host country.

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Nearly Half of Americans Admit to Anti-Muslim Bias
The level of anti-Muslim prejudice — 43 percent of Americans admitted feeling at least “a little” — is more than twice as high as Americans' reported feelings toward Buddhists, Christians and Jews.

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