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Not in God's Name: In Search of Tolerance with the Dalai Lama (2007)

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Currently religious fanaticism is on the rise worldwide. Director Paula Fouce ventures into the madrassas, religious schools, and meets moderate Muslims as well as hard-liners. NOT IN GOD'S... See full summary »

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Currently religious fanaticism is on the rise worldwide. Director Paula Fouce ventures into the madrassas, religious schools, and meets moderate Muslims as well as hard-liners. NOT IN GOD'S NAME traces the three reasons for religious extremism. The solutions to hatred in the name of God are laid out by the Dalai Lama, who is received the Congressional Gold Medal in recognition for his work on religious tolerance from the U.S. Congress. Written by Anonymous

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10 November 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

How fascinating that the Dalai Lama and Martin Luther King both learned non-violent methods of protest from Mahatma Gandhi! This film really examines the age old problems of religious conflict, and offers great solutions. The trips into Madrassas makes Not in God Name so interesting. To hear people of so many faiths sharing the same sentiments about peace in our world, and share the same values, makes this film important for everyone to see. The cinematography and music is gorgeous! This film is great for education, community discussion and families. It has been shown on PBS stations, and I highly recommend this film!


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