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Muslim groups in the USA and around the world have united with people of other religions and of none to condemn terrorism and other forms of violence.
In answer to that question, Edwin Starr responded "absolutely nothing.” But others say that it protects our freedom and way of life from those who would destroy it.
The historic religions are ambivalent in their respect for life, and ambiguous about survival versus broader moral instincts, says a leading commentator.
The Greenbelt Christian festival this weekend will feature a Peace Zone run by a network of twenty-two Christian organisations committed to active nonviolence.
Global Days of Listening hold quarterly internet gatherings of people around the world to listen to the hopes of those living in war-torn countries.
Germany's biggest Protestant gathering has opened in Dresden with calls to learn from the experiences of non-violence in the former GDR.
Martin Luther King III has given a powerful address to the first-ever International Ecumenical Peace Convocation in Kingston, Jamaica.
Three Christians, including a Catholic priest, are preparing to stand trial following a peaceful protest at the Aldermaston atomic weapons base in England.
An International Ecumenical Peace Convocation will challenge theological justifications for military power, and hear a call for nonviolent resistance to injustice.
Europe's largest network of spiritually based peace groups has expressed its support for nonviolent revolution in north Africa and the Middle East.