At a gathering in Indonesia this spring, representatives from Nahdlatul Ulama—the world’s largest Muslim organization—announced an initiative to combat the violence from Islamic extremism that afflicts millions of Christians, Muslims and religious minorities across the world. The group, which represents more than 20 million Muslims, said they plan on working to fight two primary conditions that breed further radicalism: poverty and political injustices.
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