Tag Archives: Muslims

Toward Kurdish Independence?

The Kurds’ quest for self-rule is potentially explosive. It puts them in the crosshairs of Iraq, Iran, Turkey, Russia and the United States.

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The Challenges of Being a Muslim

How does one lead a righteous life, while living tensely?

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India and the Threat of Islamist Terrorism

So far, ISIS has not turned its attention heavily toward the religiously diverse target.

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India: Religious Census Data Stirs Controversy

Did the BJP release population data to use it as “ammunition” to incite Hindu masses? So says the opposition.

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Minorities in Vietnam: The Muslim Champa People

The beautiful rituals of the Champa people in Vietnam.

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India’s Potty Problem

The lack of safe and sanitary toilets remains a daily reality in many parts of the developing world.

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5 Facts: Muslims and Islam – Now and Then

Can Islam rediscover the tolerance it practiced for many centuries?

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Living Where You Don’t Make the Rules (Part III)

Getting Along Globally: A Practical Guide.

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Living Where You Don’t Make the Rules (Part II)

Openness versus Retreat: Strategies for Coping with the Modern World.

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Living Where You Don’t Make the Rules (Part I)

Faith and cultural change in the age of globalization.

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