Tensions between Muslims and Christians have skyrocketed in recent months. A Florida pastor is accused of inciting violence after he publicly burned a Quran, and CNN aired a special report on Murfreesboro, Tennessee Muslims who clashed with residents over plans to expand their Islamic Center. In a moment of such tension, misunderstandings between Muslims and Christians run rampant and caricatures abound. How can the world’s two largest religions co-exist and even cooperate in such a contentious time? Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf of the Cordoba Initiative and Gabe Lyons discuss the future for faith relations in the West.

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