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Read moreThe Islamic Society of North America’s annual World Congress of Religions in Morocco this year included a panel discussion called “Islam and the West: A New Global Religio-political Order,” which highlighted the many ways Islam has changed and adapted over time to modern times.

According to the panel, in the early 19th century, Islam had a monopoly on political power in the Muslim world.

By the early 20th century the Arab nationalist movement of Arab nationalism was the largest force in world politics, and by the end of the century the nationalist movement had become a force of political power.

The Islamic scholar and writer Abdallah Al-Shafai argued that the political power of Islam is rooted in a system of governance that began with the caliphate in the 10th century.

In the early modern era, Islam’s rulers did not believe in Islam’s ultimate authority, instead they were content to take the form of political and social institutions.

This was not because they did not have any knowledge of the Koran, but rather because they saw Islam as the only religion capable of solving their own problems.

The political power, Shafai asserted, came from the Qur’an and the traditions of the Prophet Muhammad.

However, in order to establish this power, these rulers needed to impose their own rules and social constructs.

This is the context for the current conflict between the Islamic state in Iraq and ISIS in Syria, which is currently battling the Iraqi government and the Syrian rebels in a struggle for power.

According to a report by the Associated Press, the Islamic leader of the Islamic Movement of Iraq, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, told the panel of scholars that ISIS and other extremist groups will ultimately be defeated.

Al-Bazaz is an important figure in the Islamic world, who has become a key player in the war against ISIS and the Iraqi Kurdish fighters.

He is also an important source of information for ISIS propaganda.ISIS, which declared a caliphate in territory in Iraq, has now become a major player in its war against the Iraqi and Syrian rebel groups.

In 2016, Baghdadi declared that the caliphate was a “world power” and that he had a “right to rule” in all the lands under his control, including Syria.

Al-Bakr has called on ISIS followers to join the Syrian army and “fight with them against the infidel invaders” who are “in the field of jihad.”

This year’s conference was organized by the Muslim Student Association of America (MASA), which represents some 700 Muslim students in more than 100 countries.

According the MASA, the conference was a chance for students to gather and share their experiences and to discuss “the global challenges confronting Muslims in today’s world.”

The conference featured presentations from Islamic scholars and students, along with the speakers of various religions.

The conference was also attended by several leading members of the Muslim American Society, which has been pushing for greater understanding and dialogue between Muslims and non-Muslims on issues such as the role of religion in American society.

While the conference focused on the rise of ISIS and its threat to the Middle Eastern region, there were also panels on the Muslim faith and the role it plays in the American economy.

The panel on the role Islam plays in American history, called “The Roots of the American Middle East: An Evolution of Religious and Economic Power,” discussed the history of the US and how it has shaped its place in the world.

During the event, speakers talked about the influence of Islam in the West and the Middle Ages, and also about the role that religion can play in society.

The panel on Islam and the world, which included a Muslim scholar, presented an overview of the history and development of Islam.

This included the Prophet Mohammed’s life, teachings, and actions, as well as the evolution of Islamic jurisprudence, the history, and present state of affairs of the Middle-East.

Professor Mohammed Ahmed, a professor of history at Columbia University, said that the current state of the world is defined by the clash of religions and the conflict of religious ideas.

“There is a clash between the two, a clash of civilizations,” Ahmed said.

“The Islamic world has always existed, the world has never been completely Muslim.

Islam is a part of the global civilization.”

As the conflict between ISIS and groups like Al Qaeda and the Islamic States in Syria continues to rage, the MASCA’s efforts to encourage dialogue between Islam and nonbelievers have gained some momentum.

The conference’s agenda included a discussion of the challenges of promoting peace in the face of violence and the need to encourage a dialogue with other religious traditions, as highlighted in the conference’s “Call to Action.”The

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