In the Gulf crisis, Ulama and preachers have aligned not according to religious but political orientation
Saudi Arabia and the Emirates thought that Doha would have quickly surrendered to pressures, but the crisis will be long
Oasis brings its international network together and looks at future challenges
From Pakistan to Mali, by way of Tunisia and Egypt, extremist groups annihilated ancient monuments
The Sufi tradition has shaped Islam in Turkey and is at the origin of those movements and parties that today are key players in the country’s politics
Brotherhood, mysticism, saints, and mausoleums. A guide to understanding the most spiritual stream of Islam and its history
Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and his support for another ambitious prince (on the raise) in Riyadh
Salafis have doctrinal and political objections to Sufis
Maronites, Copts, Melkites, Chaldeans ... It is not easy to navigate among the various Christian communities in the Middle East. An overview
The reactive speech that contributes to the spread of the ideological discourse popular on the market of extremism should end
"Even if the Islamic debate on terrorism remains on an apologetic level, important steps have been made in the battle against extremism"
Religion is the solution and not a part of the problem. Ignorance regarding religious teachings is the main factor behind fundamentalism
The al-Azhar declaration calls for a renewed alliance between all Arab citizens: Muslims, Christians and those of other religions
The rise of extremism coincides with the reduction of a correct understanding of religion
"We need a mature and courageous Muslim leadership, capable of proposing another way of living the faith"
Who speaks for Muslims
In the Balkans, it ispossible to have "a genuine exchange with those who are responsible for the Muslim community"
Islam in Europe. Interview with the chief of the Muslim community of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Summer 2014
The fundamentalist discourse divides the world into two factions: that of evil and that of “true” believers
Extremists read superficially and selectively the Islamic sources. Some possible solutions