(RNS) Members of the Syrian opposition generally want a democratic government that protects the rights of minorities, though many also want a constitu...
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Now, here is the key question for today: If Mawdudi and his followers synthesized Islam with totalitarianism, can others synthesize it with liberal democracy?
Despite Western stereotypes to the contrary, Islamic countries have been at least as prone to large-scale nonviolent struggles as other societies.
By Vishal Arora
Religion News Service
MALE, Maldives (RNS) Can a nation that considers itself 100 percent Muslim also be a democracy without risking ...
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