Religious pluralism is the idea that there is one or more religious groups or religious institutions in the modern world.
It is an ideology based on the idea of the “pagan, monotheistic and monastic communities”.
The idea of religious pluralism has existed for centuries in many religions, including Christianity and Islam.
The idea has its roots in the medieval period, when Christianity, Judaism and Islam were the major religions.
The concept of religious diversity in the Muslim world is based on that of the ancient Christian communities, which were known as the Sufis.
They were the first to make the concept of Muslim identity and culture the basis of their religious pluralistic system of religion.
In Islam, the idea is still considered to be true, with the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) calling the polytheistic, monastic, polytheist communities as the true Muslim believers.
The term religious pluralist also applies to the concept in the Jewish religion, which refers to the community of believers, as well as the followers of the other religions, as the people of the Book.
The Islamic State and its predecessors in the Middle East and North Africa are among the most important examples of religious plurality in the region, and their followers have been described as the “new monotheists”.
As the Islamic State’s ideology of “martyrdom for Islam” has spread, it is no surprise that there are numerous “martyrs”, which have been killed by the group.
These include “martyred” fighters from the Islamic Republic of Iran, and the Syrian Arab Army, among others.
The “martial law” implemented by the Islamic extremists in the Islamic country is not limited to those who died fighting in the name of Islam, and it has been widely interpreted as a measure of “resistance”.
In recent years, there have been several cases in which the Islamic militants have executed prisoners who were found to be members of the Islamic movement.
There are a number of “freedom fighters” from the Syrian Kurdish region of northern Iraq who have been executed, as have others.
According to the United Nations, at least 8,500 people have been martyred in Syria since 2011.
The militants are also responsible for the deaths of thousands of innocent civilians and have killed hundreds of people.
There has been an increase in violence against the civilians in Iraq.
In April 2018, two suicide bombers blew themselves up outside the offices of the Iraqi parliament, killing 12 people, including at least five members of parliament, and injuring scores of others.
In June 2018, a suicide bomber killed at least 20 people at a Shiite mosque in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.
In August 2018, three suicide bombers targeted a Shi’ite mosque in Baghdad, killing at least nine people.
A suicide bomber also targeted the shrine of the Prophet Muhammed in the city of Samarra, killing more than 50 people.
The terrorists also targeted a Shiite shrine in the southern city of Najaf, killing dozens of people and wounding more than 100.
In October 2018, at the height of the Shia-Sunni violence in Iraq, two bomb blasts targeted Shia mosques in Samarra and in Diyala province, killing 10 people and injuring more than 200.
On November 12, 2018, an Islamic extremist blew himself up at the gate of the Shrine of the Grand Imam in the town of Qaim, in the Diyas province.
The attack was carried out by an Iraqi militant who pledged allegiance to the Islamic group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), and who claimed responsibility for the bombing.
The Iraqi government blamed ISIL for the attack, which killed at the least 12 people and wounded hundreds.
It has not specified the number of people killed.
In May 2019, a Shiite cleric from Iraq was assassinated by an Islamic militant, the first time a Shiite militant was killed in Iraq in more than a year.
The assassination was a revenge for the killing of a prominent cleric who was kidnapped and killed by ISIL militants in the northwestern province of Diyab.
A group of armed men wearing military uniforms entered the shrine in Samarrah, killing the cleric and his companions.
In November 2019, three members of an Islamic organization in Iraq’s Qaim province were killed by a suicide car bomber, who attacked the group’s headquarters in the district of Najan.
In January 2020, a senior cleric in Iraq was killed when two suicide attackers drove into his home, killing his wife and two children.
The suicide attack also wounded four people, according to local news media.
In February 2020, an ISIL suicide bomber detonated a bomb at the headquarters of the Baath party, killing three members.
On April 1, 2020, two men were shot and wounded when an ISIL terrorist opened fire on the Iraqi army in a village near Baghdad.
The attackers killed two soldiers and a civilian, and wounded four others.
On May 3, 2020 a suicide bomb attack on a military base in Baghdad killed one