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Tributes are being paid to the late Sunni Muslim cleric Sheikh Mohammed Sayyid Tantawi, who advanced inter-faith dialogue and challenged those who kill in the name or religion.
"Violence ... has no place in Islamic teaching", says a leading Muslim scholar in an extended religiously-based argument directed at those who justify terror in the name of faith.
Replying to questions on a BBC TV programme today, Lord Carey of Clifton, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, has publicly agreed with the Christian think-tank Ekklesia that it is time for Britain's archaic blasphemy law to be abolished.
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