Articles on this issue "muslims"
The case of the Pakistani girl with Down Syndrome, Rimsha Masih, arrested after being accused of burning pages of an Islamic holy book took a new twist with the news that a Muslim cleric, …read more
As demonstrated in his response to the letter sent by 138 Muslim scholars, Benedict XVI believes in "sincere and frank dialogue" with Islam, according to a Vatican spokesman. Jesuit Father …read more
Discrimination against religions is an "open wound" in society, a Holy See representative said at the opening session of a conference of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in …read more
The intercultural dialogue with Islam took an artistic form in the Vatican with a show of whirling dervishes from Konya, Turkey. These mystical dancers, typical of Sufism, a mystical tradition …read more
Benedict XVI says there is an absolute need for dialogue between religions and cultures and expressed his joy that this interchange is part of daily life for North African bishops. The Pope …read more
A candidate for the Lebanese presidency says that the country needs a balanced government, which includes the participation of Christians. General Michel Aoun, 72, a Lebanese military and …read more
By Catherine Smibert Another recent episode in the Muslim world has ricocheted around the world and found itself at the heart of yet another debate here in Rome. The discussions surfaced when …read more