Video: Islam, Tradition, and Resources for Nonviolent Conflict Transformation

March 23, 2017
A. Rashied Omar, RPP Colloquium speaker

Two leading scholar-practitioners discuss theological, spiritual, and practical resources for peace in Islamic scripture and tradition, historical cases, and implications for our contemporary world.

Dr. A. Rashied Omar speaks on “Justice and Compassion: Embodying the Core Values of Peacebuilding in Islam”

Afra Jalabi speaks on “In Search of the Lost Hero: The ‘Muslim’ as a Peace-Maker: Reflections on the Theory and Practice of Islamic Nonviolence and its New Possibilities”

Moderated by Jocelyne Cesari.

This event was organized by the Religions and the Practice of Peace Colloquium.