Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Excellent aritcle, promising information

England remains a vital crucible in its longstanding effort to understand and contribute to the challenges of creating a genuinely interreligious society

The entire article is very much worth the read!

clipped from www.guardian.co.uk
Guardian Unlimited
Madeleine Bunting
Monday July 9, 2007
The Guardian

Hearts and minds of young Muslims will be won or lost in the mosques

Two days after the 7/7 bombings in London two years ago, Muslim community leaders gathered at the London Muslim Centre to consider the impact of the attacks and who might have organised them. Many present refused to accept it might have been Muslims - the common refrain was that it could have been the French, because they had just lost the bid to host the Olympics.

Wind forward two years and the story has changed.
Muslim activists and imams from across the country gathered in London to consider what could be done to tackle extremism.
Britain's Muslims have launched their most concerted attempt yet to win the hearts and minds of the public and distance themselves from the activities of violent extremists who claim to act in the name of their faith.
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