A Muslim's view of peace

Al-Haaj Ghazi Y. Khankan was born in Homs, Syria, and came to the United States in 1954. He studied at the American University of Beirut and the University of Southern California. Currently, he is director of Interfaith affairs at the Islamic Center of Long Island in Westbury, New York, and also executive director for the New York office of the Council on American Islamic Relations, known as CAIR–NY. Recently, he shared with the Sentinel some of his thoughts about issues that he feels are most important to Muslims in relation to peace in the Middle East. Speaking of our work with him, which we all hope will help to bring peace, he said, "May God bless your efforts."

What attitudes make for peace?

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