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5) Interfaith dialogues are often reductionist in their scope of engagement.

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5) Interfaith dialogues are often reductionist in their scope of engagement.
Victims of violence on the basis of religion or belief suffer because of a complex interaction of local and global forces. For example, too much or too little security is an underlying source of vulnerability. Too much security in the form of totalitarian regimes treating religious minorities like “security files” and too little security in the sense of the failure of the police and judiciary to maintain rule of law and order- thereby making minorities fair game to a gamut of predatory actors. How often have we found interfaith dialogues exposing governments and companies that sell or circulate arms to state or non-state actors whose victims suffer from religious persecution?

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