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Bawa Muhaiyaddeen Islamic Realization Society (BMIRS):

Bawa Muhaiyaddeen (ra) Islamic Realization Society has been formed by the disciples of Hadhrat Bawa MR Muhaiyaddeen (ra), the noble Sufi Shaikh from Sri Lanka (Demise December 8th, 1986). This website is established primarily to extend the great spiritual insight of Bawa Muhaiyaddeen (ra), his awareness of the spiritual reality of the universe and the spiritual way to create balance between the finite and infinite.

The writings of Sufi Rehman Muhaiyaddeen, one of the disciples of Hadhrat Bawa (ra), are part of this site to introduce incredible inner revolution in man. Islamic Realization Society aspires to promote the Sufi way of Divine deliverance through purity, refined character, devotional meditation and obedience of Allah(swt). To be able to breathe a new spirit in the world and change attitudes and perceptions; It’s vital to get inspiration from the force and light of Sufi tradition in Islam.

Interfaith Information Online (http://www.interfaithinfo.net/About.html):

Interfaith Information Online is a website, backed by a global and experienced consultation base, where anyone, anywhere, can post a question relating to interfaith. Reflections on a question will be offered and further resources suggested where appropriate.

International Network of Engaged Buddhists (INEB) (http://www.inebnetwork.org/):

INEB is under the patronage of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, The Venerable Somdet Phra Maha Ghosananda, and The Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh. Founded in 1987, INEB is the first international Buddhist network that links together engaged Buddhists worldwide. INEB deals with alternative education and spiritual training, gender issues, human rights, ecology, alternative concepts of development, and activism. Despite being primarily a Buddhist network, INEB nevertheless has interfaith elements.

International Peace Council: (http://www.peacecouncil.org/)

The Peace Council is a diverse group of religious and spiritual individuals who are internationally known and respected and who have decided to come together to understand one another and work together so that those of us who profess belief in our respective faiths can work for the common cause of humanity.

The mission of the Peace Council is to demonstrate that peace is possible, and that effective interreligious collaboration to make peace also is possible.

Muhammadiyah Indonesia (http://www.muhammadiyah.or.id/) / Muhammadiyah Singapore (http://www.muhammadiyah.org.sg/):

Muhammadiyah is a non-profit Islamic Organization that practice the teaching of Islam based on the Holy Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). The advent of Muhammadiyah was inspired by the spirit to appreciate and implement of the exhortation of the Al-Quran as follows:

“Let there arise out of you a band of people inviting to all that is good, enjoining what is right and forbidding what is wrong. They are the ones to attain felicity.” Surah ali-Imran, 3: 104.

This verse behests all believers to set up a league/assembly of people/organization so as to form a platform to call upon mankind to kindness by doing what is good and forbidding what is wrong. This is the essence of the Mission to Enjoin What is Right and Forbid What is Wrong and this can only be achieved through Education, Welfares, etc.

Nahdlatul Ulama (http://www.nu.or.id/page/en/home.html):

The Nahdlatul Ulama (NU, the revival of Ulama) is a Muslim Scholar Organization. Founded in 31 Januari 1926 with the goal to maintain and develop Ahlussunnah-wal-Jamaah Islamic teachings and follow one of the four madzhab in Islam in the Republic of Indonesia under the Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution. Since its establishment, Nu has demonstrated itself as a social movement based on religious values such as sincerity, attachment, devotion to its course, intimacy and trust among each others. The characteristics of its movement are reflected among others on the endless spirit of NU leaders in managing various kinds of community activities without material gain as it considered as a struggle for course.

Naturei Karta International (http://www.nkusa.org/):

Neturei-Karta is the Aramaic term for “Guardians of the City. The name Neturei-Karta originates from an incident in which R. Yehudah Ha-Nassi (Rabbi Judah the Prince) sent R. Hiyya and R. Ashi on a pastoral tour of inspection. In one town they asked to see the “guardians of the city” and the city guard was paraded before them. They said that these were not the guardians of the city but its destroyers, which prompted the citizens to ask who, then, could be considered the guardians. The rabbis answered, “The scribes and the scholars,” referring them to Tehillim (Psalms) Chap. 127. (Jerusalem Talmud, Tractate Hagiga. 76c).

The name was given to a group of Orthodox Jews in Jerusalem who refused (and still refuse) to recognize the existence or authority of the so-called “State of Israel” and made (and still make) a point of publicly demonstrating their position, the position of the Torah and authentic unadulterated Judaism.

Pax Christi (http://www.paxchristi.net/international/eng/index.php):

Pax Christi International is a non-profit, non-governmental Catholic peace movement working on a global scale on a wide variety of issues in the fields of human rights, security and disarmament, economic justice and ecology.

Pax Christi International was started in 1945 as an organisation of Catholics in Europe who wanted to promote reconciliation at the end of the Second World War.

Pax Christi International is made up of autonomous national sections, local groups and affiliated organisations spread over 30 countries and 5 continents with over 60 thousand members worldwide. Most of the regular work at the international level is done through commissions, thematic and regional working groups, and consultations.

Russell Means: (http://www.russellmeans.com/)

Russell Means has lived a life like few others in this century – revered for his selfless accomplishments and remarkable bravery. He was born into a society and guided by way of life that gently denies the self in order to promote the survival and betterment of family and community. His culture is driven by tradition, which at once links the past to the present.

The L.A. Times has called him the most famous American Indian since Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse.

SAPIENS (http://sapiens.org.nz/):

Sapiens is an international movement of people and organizations working to establish a democratically elected world governing authority, whether the steps to this goal come about by way of the democratisation of existing international bodies (particularly the UN) or by the creation of completely new democratic bodies such as the e-parliament.

Spiritual Gate:

Spiritual Gate is based in Edinburgh, Scotland and we are well aware of the racism and cultural oppression of the west towards Muslims. We are seeking thoughtful “liberal” Muslim opinion, which in our view, is almost never given a voice in western media and culture; by doing so we hope to expose readers of our daily web newspaper to the richness of Islam.

The International Forum for Justice and Peace:

The International Forum for Justice and Peace is a foundation, maintaining a network of individuals and institutions, which strongly promotes JUSTICE and PEACE all around the world.

Think Peace (http://www.think-peace.org/index.php):

Think Peace explores the same question as the World Peace Forum 2006: “Is world peace achievable? And how?”