Islamic State is still at the top of the agenda in the Middle Eastern world, but it’s not all bad news for the religious right.
This week, the head of the International Council of the Muslim Faith, Dr. Faraz Kanaan, gave an interview to the BBC about how the future could look for the faith.
The former Saudi Arabia envoy to the United Nations, who also serves as head of a prominent Islamic think tank, was interviewed about the future for the first time since the death of Osama bin Laden in 2011.
In the interview, Kanaonan said that his faith is a “sustainable religion” but he is wary of what he described as the “cultural transformation” taking place in the region.
Kanaani was also asked about the rise of Islamic State and the rise in religious persecution.
Here’s what he had to say: I am a very pessimistic person.
It is true that in some countries, like Iraq and Egypt, the religious communities are declining, that there is more persecution, more religious extremism.
I think in other countries like Pakistan and Afghanistan, there are still a lot of religious minorities, and that’s something that’s really going to shape the future.
And we are seeing a lot more of these kinds of attacks.
I would say the situation is really deteriorating in terms of religious freedom.
But the religious minorities themselves are not facing much persecution.
There are still people who are persecuted by the state.
There is still a lack of freedom of speech.
And religious persecution is still an issue.
I don’t think we have a sustainable religion, but I would like to see some progress in terms and not only on the political side, but also on the economic side.
And that’s why I would hope that we will have a change in culture.
In some ways, the situation in Iraq is a continuation of what we’ve seen in the past.
There was a lot in the 1990s that we saw.
There were some gains, but then the U.S. invasion of Iraq and the invasion of Afghanistan resulted in a lot violence.
But in terms the situation now, we have seen that it is not sustainable.
And there are many other places where the situation has deteriorated.
I also think that we have the situation here in the United States with the Islamic State.
And in other parts of the world, we also have the same problems.
But there are people who have a strong belief in this religion and they are trying to build an organization, an organization that will lead to a lasting, sustainable and stable solution.
But I think that there are also people who believe in this idea of religious tolerance, and I am not one of those people.
I just think that the problem is that the government and the international community is trying to stop this religious movement, and in the process they are also trying to limit the freedom of religion.
And this is an issue of respect and a problem of respect for religious freedom, and the problem has always been there, but we have to recognize it, too.
And so we have had to deal with it.
The Future of Religion?
A History of Religious Freedom Kanaanaan said there are two main ways in which the future can be considered.
First, it can be said that we are living in the future, and religion is a part of that future.
So we have two religions.
The first one is the one that existed before Islam, and we call it the Abrahamic religion.
The other one is that we call Islam, which is an amalgamation of three different religions: Christianity, Judaism and Zoroastrianism.
The Islamic religion, known as Islam, was introduced by Mohammed in the seventh century.
He is also referred to as the Prophet.
The religion that was introduced after him, called Islam, is not very different from the Abrahamitic religion.
There have been several other religions that have been introduced, but these are the oldest.
The Abrahamic religions, the Abrahamian religion was introduced around 7,000 years ago and spread across the Middle and Near East.
In fact, it is now spread around the world.
In other words, the whole of the Middle east is Islamic.
There has been a lot going on in the area that it was introduced and the spread of Islam is still ongoing today.
Kanasani said that it’s important to look at the current situation and how the Middle region is different today.
It’s a very complex situation.
But to me, it’s also a question of the future and how this future is going to affect the Middle world.
The current situation in the Muslim world is very complex.
We have the Islamic state, the Islamic caliphate, and then there are various branches of Islam.
In general, the Islam that we know today is in the Islamic world, so it has spread and is spreading across the world and it has a very large number of adherents.
But we also know that there were other groups who were involved in this