“Birds Began It All” – By Barnaby Rogerson, UK at Simerg com

“Birds Began It All” Journal Notes on Islam in Ethiopia By Barnaby Rogerson, UK “snip” It was a bird that began it all. King Solomon was on his throne reviewing his human army, the battalions of Jinn and the winds that were also under his command. He also had the power to understand the language of…

9/11 event focuses on Charter of Compassion – Naperville Sun News

Representatives of the Naperville Interfaith Leadership Association make final plans for the upcoming 9/11 community event Sunday at North Central College’s Wentz Hall. (From left) Tabassum Haleen from the Islamic Center of Naperville; Bernie Newman from Congregation Beth Shalom; Lynn Pries, chaplain of North Central College; and Cheri Rosales of St. Thomas the Apostle Church…

Turkey to return seized property to religious minorities – DW World de news

The Turkish government has agreed to return hundreds of confiscated properties to the country’s non-Muslim minorities. The European Union has joined Christian and Jewish communities in praising Turkey’s historic step. The Turkish state began seizing properties in 1936   The Turkish government has pledged to return hundreds of properties confiscated from religious minorities over the last…

‘Medina Charter and Pluralism’ – by Sean William WHITE. Listen the audio and read the article on how pluralism was advanced and instated in Medina

July – August 2010 Issue : 76:‘The Fountain’ The above Link is updated on 28.04.13 (PBSJ) Sean William WHITE The clash of civilizations, cultures, tribes, and religions seems to be prevalent throughout all of history. At the same time, history reveals simultaneous conflict and efforts to resolve tensions and division feeding animosity through mediation, diplomacy,…