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“Political Islam bars path to peaceful coexistence and religious tolerance, experts warn”

“Political Islam bars path to peaceful coexistence and religious tolerance, experts warn”

November 8, 2016 9:22 am

The National Reports:

“WASHINGTON DC // The politicisation of religion is deeply damaging to our societies, a meeting of leading analysts and policymakers heard last week.

Organised by Trends Research & Advisory and the Stimson Centre in the US capital, the meeting — which looked at the theme Politicising Islam: Exploring Means and Objectives — was one of a series of events addressing key concerns for the Middle East.

It focused on the importance of understanding the objectives of groups that seek to exploit religion for political ends.”

 

To read the full article follow this link: http://www.thenational.ae/uae/political-islam-bars-path-to-peaceful-coexistence-and-religious-tolerance-experts-warn

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