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Afghanistan: A blow to the last vestiges of pluralism

Kabul Despatch | International

  Ruchi Kumar

July 14, 2018

Afghan Sikh men carry the coffin of one of the victims of the July 1 blast in Jalalabad.   626 more words


Towards an effective de-radicalisation strategy

Jul 15,2018 – JORDAN TIMES –

Amer Al Sabaileh

The challenge of radicalisation, religious or otherwise, remains a major challenge not only in the region, but also for our internal politics and public policies. 416 more words


Dr. Mike Ghouse, One of the Best Muslim Voices for Pluralism, Joins the Muslim Times' Team

By Zia H Shah MD, Chief Editor of the Muslim Times

Dr. Mike Ghouse is a speaker, thinker and a writer on pluralism in politics, interfaith, Islam, and foreign policy, and offers pluralistic solutions on issues of the day.  253 more words

The Muslim Times

Vatican Hosts Meetings to Save Our Planet

The Vatican recently hosted multiple conferences on environmental stewardship and related issues such as poverty, indigenous rights, migrants and refugees, healthcare, employment, and empowering youth. 431 more words

Spiritual Diplomacy

Faith is a Private Conversation

A study at Vanderbilt just confirmed what I think others have reported—which is that if a person goes to a house of worship once a week, she tends to live longer than someone who doesn’t. 364 more words


Surely the Lord is in This Place

Although this isn’t a doctrinal post, it is a theological one. I’d like to say it makes a rather pedestrian point, but its thrust isn’t as widespread as I’d like it to be. 542 more words