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The ‘Clash of Civilizations’ and Relations between the West and the Muslim world

The ‘Clash of Civilizations’ and Relations between the West and the Muslim world

📅 Date: 22 January 2020, Wednesday

⌚ Start time: 18:00

📌 Place: Warsaw - Śródmieście dist., Dunaj Instytut Dialogu, Chmielna 26/22 (show on the map)
[wydarzenie oraz poniższy opis wyłącznie w języku angielskim]

Inter-civilizational ‘clash’ and ‘dialogue’ have become mainstream issues in many Western countries’ domestic concerns.
Is there a real problem between Islam and the West?
Is Christianity facing Islam today? If it is, is its reason the historical roots or the consequences of the new political order established (or not-be-able-to-established yet) after the unipolar moment?
Is it possible to reconstruct a more peaceful world by establishing a bridge between people of different faiths at a time when societies are divided into various camps?
The problem of the conflict of civilizations, which sometimes manifests itself as Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, anti-Christianity, xenophobia or other forms, is based on the psychology of prejudice, fear and hate. Will Islam and Western civilizations hand in hand to challenge this problem?

We are delighted to invite you to participate a regular meeting of the Dialog Talks in the Dunaj Dialog Institute. This event will be held 22.01.2020.

Dr. Isaac Gold is the Executive director of the Huddled Masses organization in the US. He was the muslim faith advisor at Benedictine University in Illinois. He was the president of the American Islamic College from 2012 to 2016. He earned his B.S. from Boğaziçi University and M.S. and Ph.D. from Ege University and tought in the math department at Georgetown. He was the president of the Rumi Forum in D.C., an organization founded in 1999 to promote interfaith and intercultural dialogue.

The program will be held in English.

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