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Power, social injustice, the threat of extremism and Christian-Muslim relations are among the themes of a forthcoming conference on Christians in the Middle East.
Community-specific anxiety could not overshadow the common worries of Christians and Muslims, a leading Middle East commentator has said.
Muslims in Kashmir, India, are supporting the re-building of a Christian school destroyed by fire during anti-Christian violence a year ago.
An Indonesian mayor is defying court rulings by pushing for a decree to block Christians from opening churches on streets with Islamic names.
The Fellowship of Churches of Christ in Nigeria plans to establish business and agricultural enterprises to bring Christians and Muslims together.
At least ten churches have been burned in Nigeria, where violence has broken out following the re-election of President Goodluck Jonathan.
Millions took to the streets in Egypt yesterday, with scenes of violence giving way to the sight of people praying and Muslims joining arms with Christians.
AltMuslim, a very stimulating US/UK website that offers global perspectives on Muslim life, politics and culture, has been reflecting on some of the lessons of the largely unarmed revolution in Tunisia last month (January 2011).
A neighbouring church and mosque have marked their friendship on Christmas Eve by opening their doors for simultaneous prayers, then sharing food.
An assembly of Christians and Muslims has gathered in Geneva, Switzerland, to conduct a four-day international consultation on relations between the faiths.