• Rabii El Gamrani 5 October 2023
    Virtual racism against sub-Saharan migrants is flourishing on social media in the Maghreb region, with groups promoting xenophobia and racist content. Conspiracy theories and fake news contribute to the spread of these narratives, portraying migrants as a demographic threat. However, in real-life interactions, racism appears to be less prevalent, as many Moroccans and sub-Saharans coexist peacefully.
  • Abdulaziz Sachedina talks to Elena Dini 4 November 2013
    “It is not secularization pushing us to think about coexistence. We already have enough material about it in our traditions”. On October 10th, this is how Professor Abdulaziz Sachedina introduced his efforts on the roots of pluralism and coexistence within Islam to his audience at Hartford Seminary, an institution whose motto is “Exploring Differences, Deepening Faith.” A clearly energetic, dynamic and charismatic man Abdulaziz Sachedina is a professor of Islamic Studies at Virginia’s George Mason University. Born in Tanzania, he may boast an international academic background having studied in India, Iraq, Iran and Canada. His main fields of interest are related to social and political ethics, interfaith relations and human rights in Islam.
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