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Bosnia. Darfur. Afghanistan. Iraq. Headlines chronicle conflicts infused with religious dynamics. Just as significant, but less visible, are places where religious actors...

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Hezbollah Charter on Interfaith Relations

January 1, 1985
If you were deceived and misled into believing that we anticipate vengeance against you, your fears are unjustified. For those of you who are peaceful, continue to live in our midst without anybody even thinking to trouble you. We don't wish you evil. We call upon you to embrace Islam so that you can be happy in this world and the next. If you refuse to adhere to Islam, maintain your ties with the Muslims and don't take part in any activity against them. Free yourselves from the consequences of hateful confessionalism.