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Anti-Terror Lessons of Muslim American Communities

David Schanzer, Associate Professor of the Practice, Sanford School of Public Policy & Director, Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security; Ebrahim Moosa, Associate Professor of Islamic Studies & Associate Professor, Islamic Studies, Department of Religion, Duke
Presented with Duke Islamic Studies Center and the Triangle Institute for Security Studies. Continue reading

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Immanent Frame: Civil Religion and Beyond

(A blog post I wrote for the Immanent Frame) Robert Bellah’s idea of civil religion, captured in his now famous essay “Civil Religion in America,” can in a moment of naïveté not only be seductive, but could almost pass as … Continue reading

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Abdullahi An-Na’im, Sherman Jackson, Ebrahim Moosa and John Esposito on Islam and Liberal Democracy

A Panel I was on at Georgetown’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs Continue reading

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Kenan Institute Panel: “Ethics and Terrorism”

“Ethics and Terrorism” Panel Discussion featuring
Elizabeth Kiss, Ruth Grant, Craig Kocher, Ebrahim Moosa, and David Wong. Introduction by Noah Pickus Continue reading

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Duke University Professor’s Royal Moroccan Address on Islam

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