By Marcus Sheff, Jewish Telegraphic Agency – March 28, 2016
Muslim education in North America is generally flexible and tolerant, according to a new study, with a notable exception when it comes to Israel…
The Jerusalem Post – March 20, 2016
The report, which surveys Islamic Studies in the US and Canada, also showed that, although the textbooks reflect a generally tolerant tone and even respect for Jews, Israel is often delegitimatized…
The Iranian education curriculum includes a long list of troubling features, offering insight into a nation preparing its population—starting with its children—for an imminent apocalyptic battle with the world’s “oppressors.”
Survey of Islamic Studies curricula studied in The United States and Canada.
PEACE, TOLERANCE AND THE PALESTINIAN “OTHER” IN ISRAELI TEXTBOOKS
This study analyzes the attitude of Israel’s education system towards the Palestinian people and nationality, and towards the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. It is based on the review of 149 state and state-religious textbooks, which were approved and recommended by the Israeli Ministry of Education for 2009-2012.
One year has elapsed since the July 14, 2015 ceremonial conclusion of the Iran Nuclear Deal, officially designated the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). The Iran Deal was one of the most controversial agreements in recent history. Interestingly, neither supporters nor opponents have disagreed that the Islamic Republic of Iran is led by a […]
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As the UK prepares to secede from the European Union, David Mcilveen writes about faith-based education in Belfast—arguably the UK’s most divided city—and from the province that will form the UK’s only land border with the EU.
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A very unusual political and social event happened in a Muslim country in May 2016. Rasheed Ghannouchi, leader of the Muslim Brotherhood Ennahda Party in Tunisia, announced his decision to separate the political element of the party from religious activities. He stressed that he was aware of the advances the country had made in the […]
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