"Islam" Means Peace
Amitabh Pal talked about the history of nonviolence in Muslim societies around the world and argued that while violent acts by Muslims get covered widely in the media, nonviolent movements exist everywhere and deserve just as much recognition. He also talked about the Prophet Muhammad and the history of Islam. He showed slides during his presentation and responded to questions from members of the audience at Rainbow Bookstore Cooperative in Madison, Wisconsin. close
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