Islam's Way to Freedom

Farr, Thomas F.
November 2008
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Nov2008, Issue 187, p24
The article presents the authors views regarding the need for advocating elements of religious freedom as well as spreading democratic political doctrines in the War on Terro. It is suggested that religion is a key issue in the ideological makeup of the Middle East and it cannot be a "peripheral" issue in following the U.S. policy of establishing free liberal democratic systems.


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