Islamic extremism, how should it be opposed?

. . . TOLERANCE & SOLIDARITY . . .

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Ivory Coast: The Mohammed VI Foundation preaches the return to the sources of Islam through the Achâarite doctrine

Dakar: International Post-Forum Seminar on Peace and Security in Africa

Book review: A Moonless, Starless Sky by Alexis Okeowo

Challenge of Tackling Terrorism Threat Can Be Achieved through Solidarity, Secretary-General Tells African Union Peace and Security Council

The League of Ulema, Preachers and Imams of the Sahel Countries: Communication to counter extremism

Egypt : Launch of the 27th session of the International Conference on Islamic Affairs

Lancement de la 27ème session de la conférence internationale des affaires islamiques

Benin encourages interfaith dialogue against Boko Haram

Speech of Sierra Leone Foreign Minister to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation

Nonviolent Peaceforce: Urgent Update from South Sudan

The Challenge: A Cultural Program to Reject Extremism and Violence

The Elders debate “should military action be taken against Islamic State?”

Algérie: Séminaire sur l’islam et le rejet de la violence les 12 et 13 août à Laghouat

Algeria: Seminar on Islam and rejection of violence on 12 and 13 August in Laghouat

The Global Movement Of Moderates: An Effective Counter To Islamic State? – Analysis

Search for Common Ground: Take Action to End Violence against Civilians

Mali: The struggle against terrorism: Towards the creation of a global network of Ulemas

Togo in the struggle against terrorism: The “Pacific Magazine” plays its part

Togo Lutte contre le terrorisme : Le « Magazine le Pacific » joue sa partition

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