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==Background==
 
==Background==
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'''Karen Armstrong''' (born 14 November 1944 in Wildmoor, Worcestershire), who refers to herself as a "freelance monotheist", is the [[United Kingdom|British]] author of several [[Literature|books/articles]] on comparative religion. She is also a member of the UN Committee for Religious Affairs, and is well known for her defense of [[Islam]]. In November of 2009, she unveiled the "Charter for Compassion" in Washington, DC and online. This "Charter" is a document which urges all people and religions to embrace peace and "to ensure that youth are given accurate and respectful information about other traditions, religions and cultures."
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'''Karen Armstrong''' (born 14 November 1944 in Wildmoor, Worcestershire), who refers to herself as a "freelance monotheist", is the [[United Kingdom|British]] author of several [[Literature|books/articles]] on comparative religion. She is also a member of the UN Committee for Religious Affairs, and is well known for her defense of [[Islam]]. In November of 2009, she unveiled the "Charter for Compassion" in Washington, DC and online. This "Charter" is a document which urges all people and religions to embrace peace and "to ensure that youth are given accurate and respectful information about other traditions, religions and cultures."
    
==Criticism==
 
==Criticism==
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