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Who is My Enemy?

In my previous article, I suggested (and I have developed this at length in my book “Who Is My Enemy?”) that certain parallels exist between the Christian “Justifiable War Tradition” and the classical teachings in Islam regarding the justifiable exercise of warfare. For example, in both, warfare should not target noncombatants, and the opponent should […] Read More

Yet again, middle Tennessee has made national news for another embarrassing episode of apparent bigotry. In a meeting in which a representative of the local Muslim community asked her community for an extension of graciousness and indicated her own dismay at the burning of a mosque, some members of the audience jeered, and even cheered, […] Read More