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  •  perhaps we are all conservatives yet we take the things that are offbeat and outcast at times and propose a better life that is more inclusive of the individuals in a society that is the liberal way

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Nadia Marzouki, a political scientist at Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, is researching the growing competition between religious nationalism and what she calls “civic ecumenism".

Religious nationalists invoke liberal-secular values (such as gender equality, sexual freedom, and free speech) to promote a nativist and xenophobic understanding of nationhood and citizenship. By contrast, civic ecumenical coalitions refer to faith-based values to promote civil solidarity,  human rights and socio-political equality. The competition between religious nationalism and civic ecumenism,  she argues, more effectively explains current disputes about citizenship, human rights and nationhood than the outdated opposition between liberal secularism and religious fundamentalism.


Marzouki received her PhD in Political Science from Sciences-Po, in Paris and is the author of Islam, an American Religion(Columbia University Press, 2017) and the co-editor (with Olivier Roy and Duncan McDonnell) of Saving the People, How Populists Hijack Religion (Oxford University Press, 2016). She has been a Postdoctoral fellow at the Yale Council on Middle Eastern Studies; an Andrew Carnegie Centennial Fellow at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation  at Harvard Kennedy School; and a fellow at the Yale Law School’s Kamel Center for Islamic Law. Prior to this, she was a Research Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence, in the ERC Project « ReligioWest » led by Olivier Roy.


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  • Idiocracy would not relate Repression to Communism due to their years of training by the misdirecting repressors.

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  • In my opinion, I am HALF right, and you are HALF wrong. Let's part ways. Each of us is taking our HALF LIFE in peace.
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