• Our City. Our generation 102

    • DATE
    • 16 Nov 2014

    ​“Danish children are so spoiled!” the librarian replied when I told her about my troubles trying to found a cross-religious/cultural e-paper by and for children.  “How is that?” She continued, “The Danish schools are swimming in offers about projects of all sorts. They hardly know where to begin if they want to sign up for something.”

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  • Something Ancient By: Rasha Mohammad 103

    • DATE
    • 02 Mar 2012

    ​Faith? I have stopped before this word many times. Sometimes I think I already know what it means to be faithful, sometimes I find out the meaning of faith bigger than my thoughts, bigger than me.

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  • It Always Starts with “Why”… By: Rasha Mohammad 52

    • DATE
    • 25 Feb 2012

    It is just a thought of mine, but it took me a while  to ponder on my identity. It is an idea but it has a lot to do with my understanding of other faiths and cultures. It is something that looks personal to many but it is debatable for others. 

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  • Law and Social Change By: Ghada Ghazal 36

    • DATE
    • 04 Feb 2012

    We live in a world in which four fifths of its population live in frustration while the other fifth lives in fear. The United Nations, our world’s “figleaf,” does not hide the shame of humanity but rather scandalizes humanity’s malaise. 

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  • Unconditional Love By: Ghada Ghazal 83

    • DATE
    • 03 Feb 2012

    As leaders in the pursuit of religious freedom, we value differences in opinion and faith practice, knowing that it’s just as important to rally for the rights of those who are religiously different as it is to rally for those who are similar.

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  • Arab Spring versus Western Autumn? By: Fadi Daou 45

    • DATE
    • 14 Jan 2012

    Gerard Khoury wrote: “If there is a malaise in Islam, there is also a malaise in democracy and western civilization. And this is really to be worried about.” Samuel Huntington had already warned about the decline of the “West”, related to what he identified as a moral decline, a cultural suicide and a political disunity.

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