Israel: Rabbis and Imams for Peace Meet in Seville

Richard Silverstein argues that “there is no end of those who criticize Islam and its imams for their supposed hatred against Israel and the west… Such attitudes toward Islam are unfair and anti-Muslim. I’ve argued here against such individuals saying that Islam is as varied a religion as Judaism or Christianity. It has its share of hateful extremists zealots as does our own religion. No religion should be entirely judged based on the views or actions of a minority (as the Islamic fundamentalists are)”.

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  • Steven Gonzalez

    QUESTIONS:
    1) Describe how you first became a member of your religion?
    2) When you think of God what usually comes to mind?
    3) On what basis does God forgive somebody?
    4) How have your religious views changed over the years?
    5) Do you believe all religions have a purpose?
    6) What are your religious goals?

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