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Esposito speaks on new book Islamophobia
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John Esposito stands among the handful of Western scholars able to take a deeper look at the scene and resist the tide of Islamophobia, about which he has written a book in cooperation with Ibrahim Kallin and published recently.




A Global War on Christians in the Muslim World? by John Esposito
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by John Esposito

Religious minorities in the Muslim world today, constitutionally entitled in many countries to equality of citizenship and religious freedom, increasingly fear the erosion of those rights — and with good reason.




Bin Laden’s theology a radical break with traditional Islam
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(CNN) – Osama bin Laden wore the mantle of a religious leader. He looked the part and talked a good game, but his theology was a radical departure from traditional orthodox Islam.




Most Muslims like American values but strongly dislike American foreign policy
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Excerpt from “Inside Islam:

What a Billion Muslims Really Think” with John Esposito and Dalia Mogahed.




John Esposito…On Muslims & West
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As Islam, Muslims and Islamophobia remain the words that resonate in the post 9/11 world, Professor John L. Esposito is a voice needed to be heard. Esposito, Professor of Religion and International Affairs, and Founding Director of the Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown University, is one of the world’s most respected experts of Islam.




John Esposito exposes Geller’s bigoted ignorance over honour killings
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But many Muslim scholars and civil rights advocates say Geller and other self-proclaimed truth-tellers are malicious activists who have capitalized on the terrorist attacks to create a cottage industry bent on bashing people of goodwill and championing religious freedom for all Americans except Muslims.




Douglas Farah’s Delusional Delight
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Because it actually gets people talking to each other, rather than secluding from each other and retiring to wild speculation and demagoguery about one another. The latter is what the Douglas Farah’s, Daniel Pipes’, and Steven Emerson’s of the world desperately need in order to stay in business.