ISIS Theology of Violence and Counter Theology in Islam


Viewing the contemporary situation in the Middle East, it is important to educate ourselves about the distinction between Islam as a religion and ISIS ideology of violence. Join us for a discussion about the misconceptions of the Islamic faith as it relates to stereotypes, global politics, and peaceful coexistence–

When: Wednesday March 2, 2016, at 7PM
Where:  Nazareth College’s Otto Shults Community Center, Forum


1. Thomas Gibson, PhD, Professor, Department of Anthropology,
University of Rochester

2. Hakan Yesilova,  Editor of Fountain Magazine, Clifton, NJ
3. Sharon Murphy, PhD. Professor of Political Science
Expert in Middle Eastern Affairs, Nazareth College
Cosponsored by: Peace Islands Institute, Rochester, NY

***This event is free and open to the public


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