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Violent extremism within the identify of Islam poses a significant safety hazard to the U.S.. but the much-publicized divide among the U.S. and the Muslim global isn't really as deep or irreconcilable as many think. altering path: a brand new path for U.S. relatives with the Muslim international offers the 1st senior, bipartisan and interfaith U.S. management consensus on a entire method of enhancing U.S.-Muslim kinfolk. relocating past present deadlocked debates, the management crew on U.S.-Muslim Engagement has crafted a multi-faceted technique to improve U.S. and foreign security.

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Few demanding situations topic greater than decreasing mistrust and false impression among the us and other people residing in Muslim majority states. This well timed record is a groundbreaking, stereotype-shattering and thought-provoking contribution to that crucial reason. --Madeleine Albright, former U.S. Secretary of kingdom; relevant, The Albright workforce LLC

This is a phenomenal and demanding record that may be a needs to learn for all these american citizens desirous about coverage improvement, operational making plans, and figuring out of this severe a part of our worldwide society. --General Anthony C. Zinni, USMC (ret.)

This initiative is a significant, accomplished, bi-partisan attempt that seeks to deal with a severe and hazardous challenge: the area Muslim neighborhood misunderstands american citizens and americans misunderstand them. This initiative lays out an in depth and finished plan to drastically reduce that false impression via a multi-faceted process that may construct confident bridges of mutual figuring out among americans and the Muslim global. --Richard Land, President, The Ethics & non secular Liberty fee, Southern Baptist conference; Member, U.S. fee on foreign spiritual Freedom

About the Authors:

Leadership staff on U.S.-Muslim Engagement:

Madeleine Albright, The Albright Group
Richard Armitage, Armitage International
Ziad Asali, American job strength on Palestine
Steve Bartlett, monetary providers Roundtable
Paul Brest, The William and plant life Hewlett Foundation
Red Cavaney, American Petroleum Institute
Daniel Christman, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Stephen Covey, FranklinCovey
Thomas Dine, The Dine Group
Marc Gopin, George Mason University
Stephen Heintz, Rockefeller Brothers Fund
Shamil Idriss, Soliya
Daisy Khan, American Society for Muslim Advancement
Derek Kirkland, Morgan Stanley
Richard Land, Southern Baptist Convention
Robert Jay Lifton, Harvard clinical School
Denis Madden, Arch­diocese of Baltimore
John Marks, look for universal Ground
Susan Collin Marks, look for universal Ground
Ingrid Mattson, The Islamic Society of North America
Sayyeda Mirza-Jafri, Consultant
Dalia Mogahed, Gallup heart for Muslim Studies
Vali Nasr, The Fletcher college, Tufts University
Feisal Abdul Rauf, Cordoba Initiative
Rob Rehg, Edelman
Dennis Ross, Washington Institute for close to East Policy
S. Abdallah Schleifer, American collage in Cairo
Jessica Stern, Harvard Kennedy tuition of Government
Mustapha Tlili, manhattan University
William Ury, software on Negotiation, ­Harvard legislations School
Vin Weber, Clark and Weinstock
Daniel Yankelovich, Public Agenda
Ahmed Younis, Gallup heart for Muslim Studies
Dov Zakheim, Booz Allen Hamilton

Search for universal flooring based in 1982, look for universal flooring (SFCG) is a not-for-profit association that works in seventeen nations to remodel the way in which the realm bargains with clash - clear of opposed methods and in the direction of collaborative challenge fixing. during the last 26 years, SFCG has pointed out underlying rules for facing clash constructively: clash is either common and resolvable; clash could be remodeled; Peace is a method; and Humankind is interdependent. SFCG has built a wide array of operational equipment, that are jointly known as the toolbox. those tools contain famous clash solution strategies, comparable to mediation and facilitation, and not more conventional ones, like television productions, radio cleaning soap opera and neighborhood organizing.

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11 The primary sources for analysis are the series of polls by PIPA, Pew, and Gallup cited earlier. The “pyramid” description presented here is a refinement of the available information, drawing particularly—though not exclusively—on the Gallup data referenced in Esposito and Mogahed, Who Speaks for Islam? op. cit. The pyramid description should not be taken as a definitive portrait of Muslim public opinion, which is fluid and responsive to changes in the national and international context. S. to address those concerns.

Interests and also address the core concerns of Muslims within the region and around the world. S. org. See also PIPA, “International Poll: Most Publics— including Americans—Oppose Taking Sides in Israeli-Palestinian Conflict,” July 1, 2008. S. S. Foreign Policy Index,” Spring 2008, op. cit. -Muslim Relations help stabilize Afghanistan, and committed to work with the new civilian government of Pakistan. It is essential that the next Administration strengthen and build on these initiatives, with a “diplomatic surge” that is highly visible and carefully managed to achieve substantial results in the Administration’s first 18 months.

S. S. S. public views of these conflicts. S. should be a balanced and fair mediator in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, though historically majorities have sympathized with Israel. S. to withdraw from Iraq as soon as a stable government acceptable to the country’s main ethnic and sectarian groups can be created. Most favor a diplomatic resolution of the tensions with Iran. S. role in this set of conflicts. S. interests and also address the core concerns of Muslims within the region and around the world.

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