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Interfaith Narratives and the Suppression of Reason

Interfaith Narratives and the Suppression of Reason

By • on October 1, 2014

Statement by Mission Europa OSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting Session 13: Tolerance and Non-Discrimination II Warsaw, September 30, 2014 The question “What is the role of inter religious and inter-community dialogue in addressing tolerance and non-discrimination

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A Call to Eliminate Controversial Undefined Terms

A Call to Eliminate Controversial Undefined Terms

By • on October 1, 2013

With thanks to Gates of Vienna for

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OSCE Human Dimension Meeting 2013, Session 1 “Tolerance and Non-Discrimination”, Warsaw, 24 September 2013: Intervention was by Stephen Coughlin

OSCE Human Dimension Meeting 2013, Session 1 “Tolerance and Non-Discrimination”, Warsaw, 24 September 2013: Intervention was by Stephen Coughlin

By • on September 28, 2013

While we appreciate the width and the severity of topics discussed here, the Center for Security Policy sees a need to object to the use of terms which are undefined, ill-defined, or defined by non-OSCE entities and whose

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Stephen Coughlin: Who’s Innocent, According to Shariah?

Stephen Coughlin: Who’s Innocent, According to Shariah?

By • on January 8, 2010

Muslim Brotherhood front groups and their apologists never tire of pointing out the strict Koranic injunctions against killing innocents. This is, of course, dissembling. In a rare radio interview, Major Stephen Coughlin (expert in Islamic law and former adviser to the Joint Chiefs of Staff) tackles

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