Religious Pluralism and Peace: Lessons from the Medina Charter
Mohamed Bin Ali
Date of Issue2016
S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies
The Medina Charter constituted by Prophet Muhammad in 622 in Arabia was intended to end inter-tribal conflicts and maintain peace and cooperation among the Medinan people 1,400 years ago. Many lessons can be drawn from the Charter to enhance peaceful inter-religious relations today amid current moves to revive this historic document.
DRNTU::Social sciences::Political science
RSIS Commentaries, 035-16
Nanyang Technological University