Panel 2 : Dialogal Approach

2.30 - 4.30PM - Université Saint Joseph de Beyrouth

Room A (live transaltion in Arabic, English and French)

Chairman : Thom SICKING
  • CAUCANAS Rémi (France / Kenya)  |  Islamic-Christian relations in East Africa: late experience or model to follow?
  • EL FIRM Mohamed (Morocco)  |  The Construction of Otherness through Education: An Evaluation of Moroccan Religious Textbooks
  • KEPPLINGER Eva (Germany)  |   Between “Their Theological Beliefs will Harm the Religion of your Children” and “They are our Friends and Neighbors”: The Contextualisation and Analysis of Rashid Rida´s Fatwas on Religious Otherness
  • NAJM Jafar  |  Christians between the Sufi Islam mainstream and the interpretations of liberal Islam / A look into the future of doctrinal dogmatism

Room B

  • BREIDY Vanessa (Italy)  |  Unity of God and unity in God – a possible perspective and way of dialogue between the believers?
  • DEMICHELIS Marco (Spain)  |  Islamic Christology (Kristulujia) and Christian Monotheism (al-Tawhid). A dialogical debate for contemporary on ’Ibn/’Abn?’ and the Active/Essential God’s Attributes.
  • MARUSEK Sarah (South Africa)  |  Islam and Otherness: A Liberation Theology Approach


Room C

Chairman : Michel YOUNÈS
  • AIT KABBOURA Mounia (Canada)  |  Radical evil and the Canadian multiculturalist otherness
  • ARBACHE Samir (France)  |  Religious and Cultural Otherness: Debating Issues in Islam
  • MOSTFA Ali (France) The Other and Otherness in the Arabic Language and Culture
  • RICHARD Thomas (France)  |  Medieval Islam in the cinema. A dialogue in four films