Omid Safi is a Professor of Islamic Studies at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, specializing in contemporary Islamic thought and classical Islam. An award-winning teacher and speaker, his most recent book, "Memories of Muhammad," looks at the biography and legacy of the Prophet Muhammad.
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Star Trek (both the original and the Next Generation) imagined a world in which people of different races could come together in a shared quest, and even occasionally share love--and risque kisses.
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This willingness to find love and beauty in the very midst of war and destruction is the very nobility that will someday,
God-willing, deliver the Syrian people to a future beyond tyranny.
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Libyan Ultra-hardliner groupsLibyan Ultra-hardliner groups fashioning themselves as Salafis have desecrated the tomb of 15th century saints, tearing down mosques and libraries, and digging up bodies. fashioning themselves as Salafis have desecrated the tomb of 15th century saints, tearing down mosques and libraries, and digging up bodies.
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