Islamic Peacemaking Since 9/11, Volume 31
United States Institute of Peace, 2009 - Conflict management - 11 pages
The report notes: (1) Muslims in general and Muslim leaders particularly have often been severely criticized for not more energetically condemning the violent acts of Muslim extremists; (2) Violent extremists are on one edge of the Muslim community; they are counter-balanced by a growing movement of Muslim peacemakers; (3) Equally as notable as Islamic militancy but less noted are Muslims┐: (a) widespread condemnation of terrorism and other violent acts; (b) promotion of interfaith dialogue; (c) education of Muslim youth and reeducation of extremist Muslims; and (d) promotion of peaceful conflict resolution.
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