Tolerance in Islam


Dr. El Bar on Anti-MB Propaganda: Ballot Box Will Be the Deciding Factor

Muslim Brotherhood leader Dr. Abdul Rahman el Bar described Islam as a religion which did not discriminate with its principles of tolerance and understanding.

An Interview on Freedom & Citizenship in Islam .

In a special interview with, the Islamic thinker Rashid Al-Ghannoshi, Head of the Tunisian Renaissance Movement, said that it is important to review many widespread concepts that are considered

A Defense Of Free Speech By American And Canadian Muslims

We are concerned and saddened by the recent wave of vitriolic anti-Muslim and anti-Islamic sentiment that is being expressed across our nation.

Human Rights Council opens fifteenth regular session

The Human Rights Council this morning opened its fifteenth regular session, hearing an update by United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay on the activities of her Office.

Will Harvard do the right thing?

Writing in yesterday's New York Times, Nicholas Kristof called attention to a recent blog post by New Republic editor Martin Peretz.

Update: Worldwide protest over Quran burning

The Edinburgh Evening posted an article describing the people’s anger over the burning of the Muslim’s Holy Quran reporting that More than 50 Scottish Muslims arrived at the Consulate building

Obama condemns torching of Quran describing it as destructive act

With the plan to torch copies of the Muslims holy Quran, The Associated press writes that U.S. President Barak Obama publicly condemned the Florida churches plans describing it as, "A

Media frenzy surrounds Quran burning day

It appears that Pastor Terry Jones is getting the media attention he sought two years in a row with the Dove outreach the church's infamous "Islam is the Devil" t-shirts

Terrorism: I am a Muslim; I am a victim of terrorism

Those who try to make the word 'terrorism' a synonym of the word 'Islam' try to brainwash us these days by the phrase "I am a Muslim, I am against

Egyptian and US scholars unite to bridge religious gap

A group of young American religious scholars and teaching assistants from Egypt 's oldest and renowned Azhar University engaged in a two week interactive project in an effort to bridge