Benjamin DeVan Monday, 26 March 2012
Ezekiel Olagoke Monday, 13 June 2011
Second generation Nigerian Muslims often experience alienation in their communities, especially in the wake of 9/11 and other more recent events. They are forging a new American identity, one that includes their racial, religious, and immigrant heritage.
Vol. 9, No. 2 (Summer 2011)
Jennifer Bryson Monday, 13 June 2011
The intersection of Islam and religious freedom is of vital importance for religious minorities—both for non-Muslims who live as minorities in Muslim-majority areas, and for Muslims who live as minorities in countries where Islam is not the predominant faith. But the intersection is also vital for the majority—for Muslims in Muslim-majority contexts. The Witherspoon Institute recently held a seminar on these issues, papers from which are published in this special issue of The Review of Faith & International Affairs.
Abdullah bin Hamid Ali Monday, 13 June 2011
The execution of apostates fundamentally contradicts the nature of faith, since genuine faith can neither be coerced nor institutionalized. Today, executions for apostasy should be halted, as the execution of an apostate has no moral or strategic goal.
Louay Safi Monday, 13 June 2011
Paul Marshall Monday, 13 June 2011
In the United Nations Human Rights Commission, the 57 members of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) have campaigned to ban criticism of Islam or Islamic governments through a resolution titled "Combating Defamation of Religions." [FREE]