1- Violence is not a monolithic phenomenon but a complex one, a dialectic between the victim and the victimizer.
2- Phenomenological analysis helps in describing this intersubjective experience in a given situation in the real world, namely the Muslim World.
3- The initiation of violence. Who is against whom? Can spiral violence be broken?
4- Repressive violence and liberating violence. Can violence be spared without changing the situation and the psychology of violence?
5- Is non-violent struggle a third term in the dialectics between violence and non-violence? The importance of Dialogue.
6- Religions and cultures as political ideologies in traditional societies, used as a double weapon for oppression or liberation.
7- A universal code of ethics combining human rights and peoples rights, a common agenda for the future, can be bring peace with honor in equal partnership and mutual recognition.