How I Became an Interfaith Peacemaker

Having joined the Interfaith Youth Core leadership social network, Bridge-Builders, and having read the initial chapter of the IFYC’s Interfaith Leader’s Toolkit (a workbook), I’ve decided to share here my story of how I came to be committed to religious pluralism. Religious pluralism–I quote here from the workbook– "describes a community where different individuals or […]
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Using the Internet for Interfaith Peacemaking

When worried American parents reported to authorities that their five sons had been missing for some time, and that they suspected they were intent upon joining militant jihadists in Pakistan, the American public was alerted to the danger of home-grown terrorism. Investigators discovered that in large part the young men were “radicalized” by Internet communications.  […]
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