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Go Back to Your Country

March 29th, 2012, Comment & Analysis

You never forget the first time you’re told to “go back to your country.” It’s like being punched in the heart and stomach simultaneously.

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MEDIA ALERT: Iraq attacks kill at least 50 people

February 23rd, 2012, Media Alerts

A series of attacks across Iraq has killed 50 people and injured more than 200. Apart from Baghdad, reports of bombs and shooting attacks have come from the cities of Baquba, Kirkuk, and Mosul.

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Show of faith to shake prejudices about Islam

January 25th, 2012, Comment & Analysis

Ever since the Crusades, when Christians from western Europe were fighting wars against Muslims in the Near East, Western people have often perceived Islam as…

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Stephen Shashoua

Director, Three Faiths Forum

December 6th, 2010, Civil Society, English, Europe, Europe, French, London, Non-Governmental, Religion, Spanish, UK

Stephen Shashoua

Stephen Shashoua is the director of The Three Faiths Forum. His work focuses on the educational sector, working internationally as an advisor and coordinator to both young and mature, disabled and impoverished students of diverse cultures.

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Anatoly Salutskiy

Russian political author and scholar

November 30th, 2010, Author/Novelist, Civil Society, English, Europe, Europe, International Relations, Journalist/Commentator, Law and Human Rights, Media, Moscow, Religion, Russia, Russia, Russian

Anatoly Salutskiy

Anatoly Salutskiy is a prominent Russian author and scholar of domestic and foreign policy. He is a highly acclaimed member of the Writers’ Union of Russia, and former advisor to the Chairman of the Russian State Duma.

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Interfaith Relations in Indonesia Put to the Litmus Test

July 13th, 2010, Comment & Analysis

The tension between Muslims, the dominant religion, and Christians, the largest religious minority group, in Indonesia is coming to the fore with the open accusations by Islamic organizations in Bekasi, a town outside Jakarta, that churches have been aggressively converting Muslims in droves.

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