Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Education

The Qur’an: An Eternal Journey

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Nihal Balci We are at the table together for dinner, having a good time. My husband is eating a beef dish and liking it very...

Forgiveness: A Prophetic Example

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Fatih Harpci The compelling conditions of our time offer human society two paths to choose from. We will either continue past enmities and stereotypes, or...

Sahur: Pre-dawn meal

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  Sahur is a meal that is eaten before early morning prayer in Ramadan.  Sahur is regarded by Islamic traditions as a benefit of the blessings...

Religion and Social Change

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Mustafa Ismet Uzun The interpretation and perception of even just a single social action is multi-layered, multi-faceted, complex, and sophisticated. It almost seems impossible to...

Transforming Hardship into Mercy

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Said Nursi In His name, be He glorified! Prisoners, especially those who are young, need the Risale-i Nur as much as they need bread. Young people,...

Understanding Islam

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Charles A. Kimball Christianity and Islam are the two largest religious traditions. Both are global in scope. Together, the adherents of these two communities of...

A Blessing for Pilgrims for Indigenous Rights

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Allen G. Jorgenson Friends, I was asked to provide a blessing for some pilgrims walking from Kitchener to Ottawa in support of Bill C 262,...

Living the Golden Rule

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Muneeb Nasır   Words that sow divisions; emotional appeals that fuel populism; personal attacks that impute character and indifference that leads to misunderstanding. More than ever, we...

Resisting Rising Populism

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Muneeb Nasir Populism strives when the fabric of society is frayed. Demagoguery and populism rise when people give preference to emotions over thinking. Social media facilitates populist...

The Richness of Canadian History and Identity

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Hannah Sewpersaud This year Canada is reaching a very important milestone; its 150th birthday. From the explorations of Jacques Cartier, to the victories in both...