Such a shame!
I'm really ashamed of the correlation of conflicts with religion. Is Islam cited Palestinian Muslims to kill the Israelis and themselves in suicide attacks? Does Hinduism preach to kidnap and kill those who are against Hinduism? For most Indians, and I am sure the majority of Pakistanis and most religious people agree that such practices are bad and condemned. Religions do not contain "conflict genes" inherent in it, which makes unsustainable conflicts an inescapable result of coexistence. Religious conflicts are always the result of false ideas.
Western political elites particularly use an approach that depicts Islam as the main cause of terror. It is dangerous. This threatens to demonize the followers of a particular religion, endangering infinite demonic demons and adding to the cold-war security dilemma, where one step is considered to be another threat, and then needs to disrupt it. Basically, the approach is an attack on religion's Islamic religion. This means that every Muslim is extreme, which is so inaccurate that he claims that the ultra-righteous majority in the United States is a fair Christian representative. One of the shortcomings of today's world is that Islam is judged by the behavior of a small nation. If a religion is to be judged in the conflict, it must be logically based on the sources rather than on the extreme acts of a small minority of self-appointed followers. In the case of Islam, the sources are the Qur'an and the Sunna (Muhammad's Prophet's Teaching), for example: "Allah commands the truth, the good deed, and the gift of relatives, and forbids injustice, evil and tyranny. Koran, 16:90)
Although religions are basically about building peace, they are sometimes misinterpreted and abused. When that happens, this is the result of the constructions of religion on religion and the "other". For example, in the current global conflict between religious fundamentalists and secularists, each party perceives and speaks of the other, which is a threat to their social order and lifestyle. When secularists announce secularism, pluralism, and the abolition of sharia laws, fundamentalists consider attacks on Islam. Secularists, however, considered religious fundamentalism as a threat to their societies and lifestyles. Secular society is considered almost sacred. Once-open societies became xenophobic entities.
Many religious leaders express the unity of harmony and unity in the fight against terror. Ironically, the biggest obstacle is political leaders who have completely captured the demonization of the "evil axis" and "the opponents of freedom." There is a need for clarity and conflict. First, it must be recognized that religion is not a religion, but a specific fundamentalist constitution of religion that causes conflict. Secondly, religious fundamentalism itself transforms religion into ideology. This is a religious attack that can only be achieved through re-mystification.
Religious conflicts are the result of erroneous perception in our minds. Do not create a Cold War conflict based on these. Religion does not legitimize the conflict! Mohamed Khatami, Iran's President, Mohamed Khatami, complained of an interdirectional forum: "Dialogue between civilizations, especially dialogue between Islam and Christianity is vital, indispensable and inevitable, today people speak of a global village that the inhabitants of a global village can not understand it is not disastrous that the inhabitants of this village are deaf, stupid and worse than hostile thoughts toward each other. "