Non-violence studies using Non-Violence: A Fundamental Principle as an ideological and practical framework.
Philosophy and theory of non-violence and its application in different social, cultural, and geopolitical contexts.
Case studies of non-violent attempts at conflict resolution and their relative consequences on communities in the long-term.
Effects of terrorism and violent extremism on victims and groups associated with perpetrators (such as Muslims suffering from Post-Terrorism Stress Disorder).
Extremism and identitarian supremacy within different nations, cultures, and religions, and the push-and-pull factors of ideological and violent extremism.
Origins of different forms of violent extremism, racial, nationalistic, and religious.
War, militarism, and jingoism: their destruction of life, property, and liberty and their erosion of civil society.
Cultivation of democratic and pluralistic values in democratically deficient areas.
Deconstruction of culturally essentialist explanations of underdevelopment and authoritarianism in the developing world and the study of higher-quality explanations.
"Peace both inner and outer is not just the absence of violence, but the presence and experience of love. Peace begins with love, and love begins with peace."
"Love God, Love People. Thats the message." - Shaykh Dr Muhammad bin Yahya al-Ninowi
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