Contains mainly articles about non-violence, freedom, pluralism, and issues about Quran and Islam.
A membership-based non-profit think tank dedicated to studying the relationship between Islam and democracy. Includes information on conferences and events, and news analysis.
Jeremiah McAuliffe's explanation of how the Islamic term jihad is misused and mistranslated as "holy war".
Interview with Professor Fred Halliday of the London School of Economics on Islam's relationship with the West.
Emphasizes the Islamic character of the city, in particular the Al-Haram Ash-Shareef. Historical and structural information and photographs of Al-Masjid Al-Aqsa and Masjid Al-Qubba (As-Sakhra).
Promotes Muslim participation in campaigns for peace and freedom. Includes information about their activities, events, and contact details. (UK)
An article by Robin Wright, originally published in the Journal of Democracy (1996), addressing the challenges faced by Muslim countries, and their twentieth century political reformations.
Excerpt from a book by Jonah Blank, explaining why modernity and Islamic fundamentalism need not be mutually exclusive.
Building relationships between American Muslims and the political leadership of the United States, involving Muslims in the political process, and inspiring the development of conservative grassroots movements.
Muslim civil liberties group with focus on non-violent Jihad and political activism. News and comment.