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The movement seeks to conduct a global insurgency, a task that requires popular support — or at least toleration — to end its isolation in the Muslim world.
The contemporary Muslim world needs not a Martin Luther but a John Locke, whose arguments for freedom of conscience and religious toleration planted the seeds of liberalism.
Don’t let this toleration of our physique go by the wayside.
From the works of Roger Williams onward, the culture of toleration in the United States has required accepting that others might believe in radically different narratives of human existence.
So, hopefully the book is one little attempt to offer another kind of story of toleration and accommodation.
In place of brutal detentions and bigotry, the musical presents sequential lessons in toleration: a Muslim passenger, the victim of unearned suspicion, is shown to be a benevolent chef, worthy only of affectionate respect.
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