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What Books Shall We Burn Now?

Rabbi Arthur Waskow

What exactly is required to be considered a “moderate” Muslim?

Sheila Musaji

What Is Dialogue?

Professor Leonard Swidler

What Lebanon can teach the U.S. about religious tolerance

David Samel

What Would Muhammad Do (WWMD)

Dr. Hesham Hassaballa

What’s happening in Sheikh Jarrah is not fair

Rabbi Barry Leff

Where Art Meets Ignorance

Ibrahim Mansour

Who is behind Relentless, Obsession and The Third Jihad? - Updated 11/19/10

Sheila Musaji

Who’s afraid of (Muslim) women?

Rev. Frank Julian Gelli

Why Did the Taliban Destroy Buddhist Statues?

Haroon Siddiqui

Why I Am Going Iran

Rev. Osagyefo Uhuru Sekou

Why Religion and Politics Don’t Mix

Firas Ahmad

Why the Controversy over Rebuilding Hurva Synagogue in Jerusalem?

by Mazin Qumsiyeh, PhD

Why We Sail to Gaza

Hedy Epstein and Paul Larudee

Will the Wiesenthal Center Do the Right Thing About the Museum of “Tolerance” - updated 4/14/10

Sheila Musaji

World Culture, Civilization, and Dialogue

Anis Hamadeh

The Twenty-First Century -


For fifty years we have been living with the TV which has changed our consciousness. It was a revolution, because it created - together with the radio - a new kind of public. Before, there were newspapers and even before that there was typography which had led to comparable mass psychological changes. Today, it is the internet that progresses on this path. What in earlier times had been the encyclopedia is the searching machine today, and while in earlier times we had a frontal public, today everybody, in principle, can participate to a much wider extent in the public discourse and co-create it, and this is also what the internet is about.

Yom Kippur & the Middle East: Our Misdeeds & Theirs

Rabbi Arthur Waskow

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In the name of God,The Compassionate, The Merciful

Oh mankind! We created you from a single (pair) of a male and a female, and made you into nations and tribes, that you may know each other (Not that you may despise each other). 49;13