Ikhwanweb :: The Muslim Brotherhood Official English Website

Tue109 2018

Last update19:14 PM GMT

Back to Homepage
Font Size : 12 point 14 point 16 point 18 point
:: Issues > Islamophobia
Scholars encourage dialogue to normalize Muslim and non-Muslim relations
Scholars encourage dialogue to normalize Muslim and non-Muslim relations
According to scholars that although Terrorists and religious extremists may continue to grab headlines Muslims should distance themselves and should not allow episodes destroy the Muslim movement
Friday, July 16,2010 15:19
IkhwanWeb

A recent conference in Singapore addressed Muslims to get involved in their community. Speakers Dr. Tarek Ramadan who teaches at Oxford University and Professor Abd Allah Saeed the director of Australia 's National Centre for Excellence in Islamic studies encouraged Muslims to be part of a movement that could help counter the various impediments to the image of Islam worldwide. Saeed asserted that although he believed violence is omnipresent the media should play a positive role in accentuating the positive aspects as well.

The speakers highlighted the significance of becoming involved in the community as the best way to normalize relationships and engage in constant dialogue with Muslims and non Muslims rather than isolation.


Ramadan commended Singapore describing it as the perfect example of cordial co-existence of Muslims and non-Muslims as opposed to conflicts which normally arise due to misunderstandings and cultural differences. He emphasized that Muslims must get away from the pitiful victim mentality

tags: Tariq Ramadan / Non-Muslims / Islamophobia / Muslim / Terrorists / Religious Extremists / Muslim Movement / Tarek Ramadan / Non-Muslim
Posted in Islamophobia  
Add Comment Send to Friend Print
indeed fsiekonomi.multiply.com-ikhwanfacebook/fsiekonomi.multiply.com
yes, terrorism is only a deviation. peace effort is more important to be concerned.
Saturday, July 17,2010 08:57
Well done Tariq Ramadan Muhammad Shamin
Well done. Condemning one authoritarian regime, praising another. This is what we call a flip flop mentality. imgettingpersonal.blogspot.com
Saturday, July 17,2010 14:39
Related Articles
ElBaradei: I take the Muslim Brotherhood at their word.
Muslims need to tackle Jewish Islamophobia
Muslim Brotherhood Launches Alternative Facebook
Muslims: The threat from within
Internal elections replace %15 of Muslim Brotherhood's Shura Council
Muslim Brotherhood creates Facebook alternative
Muslim Brotherhood launches its own version of Facebook
Why Muslim blood should be shed at the Altar of Indian democracy?
Budhist-Muslim dialogue conference ends amiably
Interview with Essam al-Arian, member of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Executive Bureau
Muslim academic calls on MB bloc and ElBaradei to unite
How Obama lost Muslim hearts and minds
Anti-Muslim pork sausage party banned by Paris police
Al Azhar Grand Imam meets with US Muslim Representative
US Muslim envoy visiting Egypt
Unjust recommendations for collective punishment against Muslim students
My Take: New portrait of Muslim America shows community on edge
Anti-Muslim hate rides the bus: ‘Leaving Islam’ ads are prejudice disguised as assistance
Muslim Brotherhood's opinion in a newsletter regarding Shura elections and Freedom Flotilla
A. Sivanandan: Fighting anti-Muslim Racism
Al-Qaida kills eight times more Muslims than Non-Muslims
Research challenges taxes historically levied on non-Muslims
Crown fellow speaks on Muslim movement
The Sudanese Brotherhood’s Proposal on non-Muslims
Viewpoint: Muslim Brotherhood Stance In Relation To Non-Muslims
Non-Muslim Minorities in Egyptian Islamic Discourse