Hagia Sophia: The Divine Spark in All.

By René Wadlow. There is a certain irony in the return of the Hagia Sophia to being an Islamic mosque;  which it had been from 1453 to 1934. From 1934 till today;  it was considered a museum and was visited by many
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Chaiwat Satha-Anand. Nonviolence and Islamic Imperatives.

(Sparsnas, Sweden; Irene Publishing, 2017). Today;  there are an increasing number of peace building programs and workshops.  In such peace building contexts;  scholars and practitioners are seeking to integrate authentic cultural methods of conflict analysis and intervention.  This is particularly true of
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MiddleEast Regional Negotiations in Good Faith Needed

The recent 13 June,  mine explosions on two Japanese oil tankers;  The Kohaka Courageous and the Front Altair in the Gulf of Oman highlight the need for negotiations in good faith. There is a need for a regional focus as the zones
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