|“If there is much misunderstanding in the West about the nature of Islam, there is also much ignorance about the debt our own culture and civilisation owe to the Islamic world. It is a failure, which stems, I think, from the straight-jacket of history, which we have inherited. The medieval Islamic world, from central Asia to the shores of the Atlantic, was a world where scholars and men of learning flourished. But because we have tended to see Islam as the enemy of the West, as an alien culture, society, and system of belief, we have tended to ignore or erase its great relevance to our own history.” – Prince Charles, Heir to the British Monarchy in a recent public speech at Oxford University
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||(“Eid mubarak,” or “May your religious holiday be blessed,” is the message on the Eid stamp, honoring the two important Muslim festivals. The U.S. Postal Service issued the stamp on September 1, 2001, at the annual convention of the Islamic Society of North America. (Photo by REUTERS/TimePix)