During Ramadan, the pace of life in the Middle East changes. Office hours reduce and the rhythm of meetings slows down. The traffic in the morning is quieter and the roads are almost empty in the early evening before dusk. The social round concentrates on iftars and family gatherings.
Does tolerance mean simply turning a blind eye to the demands of others? Should tolerance extend to those who preach hatred, revenge and the use of violence? Obviously notPeter Millett