The history, life, role and challenges faced by Christians living in Muslim majority countries
Women Preachers at the Service of the Reason of State
In Saudi Arabia, some women have exploited sex segregation to assume positions as religious leaders. However, their role remains ambiguous: on the one hand, they guarantee a female presence in the public space; on the other, they are spokespersons for the Wahhabi establishment.
Louis Massignon’s Badaliya Prayer Movement: Yesterday and Today
In 1934, well before any movement towards interreligious engagement in the Western world, Louis Massignon established the International Badaliya Prayer Movement in Cairo, Egypt, whose legacy is still alive today