Islam and Democracy

Fri, 16 Apr 2010 18:00 in Discussion Forums

As a member of the Advisory Council of the Anglican Observer to the United Nations, Amedee Turner carried out a project examining the question of the relationship between Islam and democracy. The opinions of lay Muslims throughout Britain and the US on democracy, human rights and the rule of law were sought through discussions among approximately 400 Muslims. The project report, which closely considers the issue of an inherent ‘clash of civilizations’, is available at Muslim Grass Roots Discuss Democracy. Amedee Turner will be sharing the conclusions of that study.

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