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Teaching for tolerance in Muslim majority societies

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      • Based on a workshop held in Istanbul in November 2005 under the title: Learning About the Other and Teaching for Tolerance in Muslim Majority Societies--Page 4 of cover.In cooperation with the Oslo Coalition on Freedom of Religion or Belief.Includes bibliographical references.

        StatementCentre for Values Education (DEM) Press
        PublishersCentre for Values Education (DEM) Press
        LC Classifications2007
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 105 p. :
        Number of Pages64
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 109756324988
        Preface: Teaching for tolerance in Muslim majority societies-- Oddbjørn Leirvik and Recep Kaymakcan Curriculum and textbook revisions regarding the image of the religious other in Turkish religious education-- Recep Kaymakcan Image of others and tolerance in Turkish history and social studies textbooks: not us, the other is to blame-- Yücel Kabapınar Some thoughts on the contribution of religious education to the formation of a culture of tolerance and respect towards the other-- Beyza Bilgin Promoting a culture of tolerance through education, with special reference to Turkey-- Ibrahim Özdemir Image of the other in textbooks about Islamic religious elementary education in Bosnia and Herzegovina-- Nedz̆ad Grabus Teaching culture of religions in Sarajevo-- Nermina Baljević Revision of textbooks with respect to the image of the other (Christians and Jews) in some Arab and Muslim countries (Egypt, Jordan and Syria)-- Fawzia Al Ashmawi Obstacles and chances of an international dialogue on curriculum revision in the Middle East: experiences of a German research project on school textbooks in Egypt, Palestine, Turkey and Iran-- Wolfram Reiss How to teach and not to teach tolerance to young children: some reflections from the Egyptian context-- Kawsar H. Kouchok Reflections on teaching religious education in the Palestinian education system: the situation, challenges and the way forward-- Sami Adwan History teaching and history textbooks in Lebanon-- Munir Bashshur Planned teaching manual for teenagers about the cultural aspects of Christianity and Islam-- Joseph Kreidi Teaching for tolerance in Nigeria-- B. Aisha Lemu Portrayal of the insider and outsider in the school textbooks of the Islamic Republic of Iran-- Golnar Mehran Some notes on the problems of religious tolerance in Indonesia-- Nurman Said Conscience-based tolerance education: global and Egyptian perspectives -- Oddbjørn Leirvik.

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6 Quran Quotes That Teach Love, Tolerance and Freedom of Religion

So, while some Muslim women are mistreated due to the factors mentioned above, in many Muslim-majority countries women are involved at the highest levels of education, employment, and politics, with growing numbers of physicians, engineers, lawyers, and other educated professionals. He also points out that only 4 Muslim countries have freedom of the press, 14 have a partly free press and 39 do not have a free press.

Which Arabs and Muslims and which Jews are you referring to? The intention of the book is to trigger reflection and further thinking, through papers that discuss issues such as freedom of religion, minority rights, secular and religious legislation, and inter-religious dialogue in Muslim majority societies. If we can meet together, many misunderstandings about each other can be removed.

This might have helped impose checks and controls on rulers' powers, and reduced inequities, the misuse of state resources, and the appointment of incompetent people to senior positions.

Today, followers of his organization number in the tens of thousands, far fewer than the number of African-Americans who follow Islam. I or someone in my family is LGBTQ. Did anyone break a stereotype for you? [3] Islam - religion of peace and tolerance. 68 Moucarry, The Prophet, p. If you do that, you are misguided.

After the allotted time, ask all participants to sit and open the discussion.Arabian coffee ; it should not be used to refer to people. The Hijra marks the beginning of this new world order, today identified with the Nation or Community of Islam, the Ummah.

6: Teaching for Tolerance

turned his host against the Jewish tribe of the Qurayza. Despite the general amnesty proclaimed by the Holy Prophet saw on the day of victory, Ikramah picked a fight with the Muslims, suffered a defeat and then fled.

The words of the Khalifah Umar proved true in other cases; not only half the church at Lydda, but the whole church in other places was claimed by ignorant Muslims of a later day on the mere ground that the early Muslims had prayed there. The term Arabian was historically used to describe an inhabitant of the Arabian Peninsula. Teaching for tolerance in Muslim majority societies understand the significance of the passage one has to know the historical context it refers to.

Does everyone really want to be treated the same way you want to be treated? 30 Thereafter, God has preserved this task unto Himself as to how to treat the one who does not believe.

There is a recognition that other religions have the right to exist in Indonesia, but no curiosity about them. Hadith prophetic sayings encouraging the seeking of knowledge that have led numerous Muslim women in history to become scholars, writers, and teachers of both men and women, as noted in the previous question.