Posts Tagged ‘ islam ’

Why Islamophobia must be vigorously resisted by everyone to strengthen its secular leadership.

Jun 19th, 2011 | By

While 9/11 was an eye-opener to how destructive the forces of fundamentalism can be in the modern world, one of the saddest aftermaths have been the emergence of waves of Islamophobia across the world. It has also been stated widely that Islam is often poorly understood and under-represented in the worlds’ media as a vibrant

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How Evolution is bringing the imams, rabbis and the clergy together on a common platform

May 30th, 2011 | By

The Imam letter finally joins the its Christian and Jewish counterparts, finally bringing representatives of the three major Abrahamic faiths together on a common platform. This project, launched in 2006 with the Clergy letter, now has 12,725 clergies signed up, with the Rabbi project started in 2008 now having nearly 476 signatories. The the project

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Why meditation can be a common platform for religions in the future

May 11th, 2011 | By

This is a web-only article. Written by Bobby Black and Sid Ghosh Contrary to popular perception (perhaps), mindfulness and meditation are not Eastern spiritual or ‘religious’ traditions to any degree of exclusivity. The image of the holy man has been around for millenia, and without any supernatural connotations, special powers of their minds had been

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