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Viewpoint: Toward a Better Understanding

After every violent event involving extremists of Middle Eastern or North African origin, politicians repeatedly ask moderate Muslims to take responsibility and condemn the action. Don’t we non‐Muslims also have some responsibility? Perhaps we could try to familiarize ourselves with Islam so our neighbors who attend mosques are less “the other” in our society. Americans should take a few moments to understand the context of Arab history🔒

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The author lives in Brookhaven, Pa.


Posted in: May 2016: Gender and Sexuality, Viewpoint

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