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The Dialectic between Majority and Minority. The Pope Speaks to Islam. Syria: Among the Christians Fleeing Iraq

Majority and Minority. The definition of this relationship makes it evident whether the fundamental rights of man in his social and communitarian dimension are being respected

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Last update: 2018-04-20 13:37:59

EDITORIAL

 

Oasis is Born a Subject, an Instrument, Angelo Scola

 

CURRENT ISSUES

 

The Rules of Quantity and Quality, Cesare Mirabelli

Power and Ambiguity of Origin, Henri Hude

The Harsh Law of Power Relations, Anthony Lobo

One Community For All Differences, Carl Anderson

 

DOCUMENTS

 

Dialogues of Salvation, Francesco Follo

Let Us Affirm Together the Priority of God, Jean-Paul II

The Rights of Man Express the Will of God, Jean-Paul II

The Fundamental Decision

The Fact of the Person Jesus, Romano Guardini

 

INTERVIEWS

 

Faithful Custodians of the Restless Heart of the World, Roberto Fontolan

 

REPORTAGE

 

Christians Forbidden to Stay in Iraq, Camille Eid

 

CONTRIBUTIONS

 

Dubai, St. Mary’s Parish: Diary of Incredible Vitality, Paul Hinder

Educate the Youth for the Current Situation, an Essential Mission of the Church, Fouad Twal

What is the “Acceptable Quantity” of Religious Symbolism Allowed in School?, Nikolaus Lobkowicz

A Cross-Cultural Rule for Safeguarding Diversity, Francesco Follo

When Armenia Met European “Modernity”, Boghos Zekiyan

 

REVIEWS

 

If Neutrality Means Neutralization, Francesco Botturi

Europe, the Immigrants’ Inheritance, Giovanna Rossi

Voyage in Sufi Mysticism, Claudio Lurati

The Crusades and the Sack of Constantinople, Laurence Paul Hemming

The “Logic” of Fundamentalism, José Andrés Gallego

The Hesitant West and Other Worlds, Emma Neri

 

COLOPHON

 

A biannual review of the Oasis International Studies and Research Centre

Ordinary member of the Studium Generale Marcianum

Year 1, Number 1, January 2005

 

Editor Roberto Fontolan

Coordinator Gabriel Richi Alberti

Managing Editor Martino Diez

Editorial Consultants Camille Eid Claudio Mesoniat Vittorio Del Percio

Graphic Design PierGiorgio Maoloni

Layout Francesco Camagna Anna Wawrzyniak

Editorial The Oasis International Studies and Research Centre Ordinary member of the Studium Generale Marcianum Tel: +39/041/2743964 E-mail: oasis@fondazioneoasis.org

Organisation Patrizia Cacciari Urdu translation Mobeen Shahid

 

Distribution David Cantagalli e Associati Editori

Registration Tribunal of Venice n.1498 of 12/10th/2004

 

Subscriptions www.oasiscenter.eu/en/subscriptions

 

Printed by Passavia Druckservice GmbH Verlagsgruppe Passau Medienstraße 5b 94036 Passau, Germany Tel. +49/851/802916 Fax +49/851/802930 The photographic service on the Copts of Cairo was done by Ibrahim Refat

 

Promotional Committee: Card. Angelo Scola, Patriarch of Venice, Great Chancellor of the Studium Generale Marcianum Card. Philippe Barbarin, Archbishop of Lyons Card. Josip Bozanic, Archbishop of Zaghreb Card. Péter Erdö, Archbishop of Budapest Card. Christoph Schönborn, Archbishop of Vienna Card. Crescenzio Sepe, Prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelisation of Peoples S.E.Mons. Paul Hinder, Auxiliary Bishop of Arabia S.E.Mons. Anthony T. Lobo, Bishop of Islamabad S.E.Mons. Fco. Javier Martínez, Archbishop of Granada S.E.Mons. Joseph Powathil, Archbishop of Changanacherry S.E.Mons. Fouad Twal, Archbishop of Tunis

 

Scientific Committee: Carl Anderson Gianni Bernardi Francesco Botturi Rémi Brague Stratford Caldecott Massimo Camisasca Massimo Cenci Bernardo Cervellera Maria Laura Conte Axel Diekmann Angelika Diekmann Roberto Donadoni Jean-Paul Durand Camille Eid Paul Mounged El-Hachem Brian E. Ferme Francesco Follo José Andrés Gallego Claudio Giuliodori Laurence Paul Hemming Vittorio Hösle Henri Hude Jean C. Jeanbart Samir Khalil Samir Justo Lacunza Balda Nikolaus Lobkowicz Javier Prades López Claudio Lurati Cesare Mirabelli Ignazio Musu Gabriel Richi Alberti Giovanna Rossi Giovanni Salmeri Paolo Terenzi Boghos Zekiyan

 

Oasis is a non-specialist review of cultural information open to contributions by Catholics and non-Catholics. The authors' freely expressed opinions in the articles published herein do not necessarily reflect the doctrinal orientation of the Oasis International Studies and Research Centre, and therefore must be considered as the exclusive responsibility of each contributor. Oasis is published thanks to the contribution of Fondazione Cassamarca

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