Competing Narratives in the Netherlands

  • On May 12, 2015
By Cornelis van der Kooi It seems an unfavorable time to be discussing interfaith dialogue and mission. Throughout the world we encounter unrest about the situation in the Middle East, where the announcement of a caliphate has captured the hearts and imaginations of many of the younger generation in the region. The prospects for the […]
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Dialogue in Egypt: From the Elite to the Street

  • On March 7, 2015
  • Africa, Copts, Egypt, Islam
By Tharwat Wahba Muslims and Christians have lived together in Egypt for fourteen centuries, and their interactions have taken a variety of expressions across the spectrum, from hostility to dialogue. However, what has happened in the last four years is a departure from historical practices. After January 2011, Christian-Muslim dialogue witnessed dramatic changes that transformed […]
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