Overview provided by "The Religious Movements Homepage Project" at the University of Virginia.
Brief background on the Muslim reform movement provided by The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition.
Provides an overview of the basic ideas and history of the Hasidic Judaism.
A Frontline documentary exploring the religious aspect of America after the September 11 attacks.
A March 27, 200 article in Christianity Today inquiring as to how Christians understand Muslims and advocating further exploration of their neighbor's faith.
The complete text of the document issued by the Students for Democratic Society that presented its vision for a post-Vietnam War society.
List of the five guiding ideas of the controversial, activist organization that Yossi Klein Halevi once belonged to.
The Jewish Virtual Library provides a synopsis of a defining movement espoused by organizations such as the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry.
A January 9, 2002 report detailing the conflict over building a mosque near the Basilica of the Annunciation.
An article in the October 4, 2003 New York Times the Canadian Muslim intellectual and author, Irshad Manji.
Reprint of a January 2, 2002 Los Angeles Times article about Khaled Abou El Fadl and his fight against fundamentalist Muslims.
A BBC News site that features a series of interviews in which Palestinians and Israelis tell what it means to live at the heart of the Middle East conflict.
Read the complete transcript of the conversation between Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell that took place on September 13, 2001.
Abou El Fadl is Professor of Law at UCLA, and author of Tolerant Islam.
Mouw is the president of Fuller Theological Seminary and a columnist for Beliefnet.com.
Halevi writes for The Jerusalem Report, The New Republic, and the Los Angeles Times, and has authored two books.
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