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Karem Issa
Karem Issa is a British-Egyptian interfaith activist and humanitarian worker. He is an Interfaith Youth Core alumnus and has presented lectures and workshops on interfaith cooperation and international development in a number of countries including the UK, USA, Bosnia and Herzegovina, UAE, Malawi and India, often using case studies of interfaith cooperation from around the world.
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Entries by Karem Issa

The Pen and the Gun

(0) Comments | Posted January 17, 2015 | 5:48 PM

Sitting, pen in hand, thinking about the depressing and disturbing events of recent months, and particularly the last couple of weeks, I tried to make sense of how I feel through the doodles and scribbles on my paper. As so many cartoonists have shown in the aftermath of the horrific...

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'One Hand' Against Intolerance

(3) Comments | Posted September 20, 2012 | 4:06 PM

The film is insulting and intentionally provocative. Muslims across the world are justified in their anger. But any resultant violence against innocents is completely unjustified. Just as the source of the anger is a misrepresentation of Islam and of the message of the Prophet Muhammad, so too are some of...

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