Religion

Betting on the wrong horse: The battle to define moderate Islam

Proponents of a moderate Islam that embraces tolerance, diversity, and pluralism may be betting on the wrong horse by supporting…

2 months ago

Wither India’s secularism?

Florets International School in Kanpur's Gandhinagar area is owned by Hindu owners. It is viewed as a paragon of quality…

4 months ago

Walk of Truth calls for action after the Conference on Freedom of Religion or Belief

Tasoula Hadjitofi, a refugee from Famagusta, cultural activist and president of Walk of Truth NGO, spoke in front of 800…

5 months ago

Some wounds never heal: 38 Years till Date

The treatment meted out with Minorities in India has stripped off the so-called secular mask from the face of Narendra…

6 months ago

Assault on Mughal icons and Indian mosques

The monk chief minister of India’s most populated north-eastern State Uttar Pradesh abhors Mughal icons. He says that Mughals cannot…

6 months ago

The plight of the Muslim in India

There is a hue and cry in India that the Muslim population in India may outnumber the current Hindu majority…

7 months ago

India unconcerned about US “concern” about worsening religious freedoms

For the third straight year, the US Commission on International Religious Freedom has recommended adding India to religious freedom blacklist…

7 months ago

Exploring Yinka Olomojobi’s Daring in “Pentecostalism and the Gospel of the Belly in Nigeria”

From the Malawian Prophet Bushiri to Brighton Elliot Moyo, the rise of Pentecostalism in Africa has brought with it, a…

8 months ago

International Day to Combat Islamophobia

The US smartly kept away from the world wars initially and watched the situation silently. However, close to the end…

9 months ago

The soft power role of the Egyptian Orthodox Church in resolving future religious conflicts

Perhaps one of the most difficult and complex global analyzes for the Egyptian academic researcher, is my perception of a…

9 months ago