articles - thought-provoking, informative, or "different"-
written by people who are not TFF Associates. We recommend and share
them with our readers.
in February-March 2007
Resource Network of IDEA, Sweden
Amelia Thomas, Christian
Science Monitor, February 15, 2007
loss of his child, Palestinian ex-fighter remains dedicated to peace
The daughter of 'Combatants for Peace' cofounder Bassam Aramin was
killed near her school, allegedly by Israeli police.
Abraham McLaughlin, Christian
after war. Paths to forgiveness.
As war-ravaged African nations seek reconciliation,
a conundrum looms: How to redress past atrocities
and yet heal and move forward.
Peter Ford, Christian
Science Monitor, October 31, 2006
radical idea: How Muslims can be European, too
For a soft-spoken, mild-mannered man, Tariq Ramadan stirs up a remarkable
amount of controversy. "My main concern is reconciliation."
Fred Mednick, Teachers
Without Borders, OneWorld,
September 11, 2006
Hans Küng, International
Herald Tribune, April 6, 2006
to prevent a clash of civilizations
Küng here highlights - and counter-balances - all the self-defensive
arguments used by Western decision-makers in general and those who
created the Muhamad caricature crisis. Its is a solid piece on reconciliation
by one of the world's leading specialists on ethics and global civilization.
See his Global
Ethics Foundation here.