Religious differences in GB can flare up on account of political factors.
Each faith community owns diverse symbols of veneration.
We must treat all as equal citizens, worthy of respect.
To Iqbal, the Quranic revelation is an experience.
Let us do all possible to look after our elders.
Despondency afflicts the youth, who cannot see a secure future.
The deeper one digs, the finer the meanings that may emerge.
Conflict resolution in Islam is based on certain humane principles.
Knowledge can be deliberately distorted.
Muslim ethics discourage three habits that could make one a hypocrite.
If we accept diversity as a way of life, what would happen?
We learn through interesting episodes, stories or from sayings that the love of human beings is actually the love of God.
The verses give legitimacy to the diversity of religions.
There is unity in the apparent diversity of faith traditions.
We need a rational approach as well as spiritual insight.
Communities are working for the good of all.
Let us build our relations on the basis of respect and dignity.
A fatalistic approach does not lead us to a solution of the problem.
Love is no monopoly of any one culture or nation, faith or community.
The times of cursing each other on theological grounds are over.