Religious leaders can take part in serious intellectual dialogue in many ways to understand each other religious tradition, way of life and spiritual values such as interacting with others who are like them and are leaders from other religions. Other ways they can have serious intellectual dialogue is by having an interreligious dialogue with others who have experience in other religions and other spiritualities. All world religions share the core beliefs of unity in the community, spreading the word of their truth, whether through evangelization for Catholics or another method for others. Like Ninian Smart mentioned in the Seven Dimensions of Religion, all religions have either a scripture, a holy book, a group of symbols that set out their actions and what they should do and how they should their lives. All World Religions belief that the Earth and universe have been started by a superhuman or a superpower. Moreover, all World Religions have Moral Laws in common. Moral laws set out what is correct and what is wrong to do. All World Religions promote telling the truth, being just when ruling, not to cheat, not to judge others and label them into boxes, to forgive, to be loyal, and so on so forth. All world religions also have in common their stories about how they started, for example, Jesus’s story of how he turned from a Jew to becoming Messiah the Son of God, and prophet Muhammed spreading the message of God of Islam. This can apply to the intolerance and discrimination presented in the article, Opinion: 'The Muslims are coming!' Why Islamophobia is so dangerous Imran Awan, if this was already applied into the real world rather than just being talked about, the intolerance and discrimination against Muslims in the article would have been stopped long ago, because the people would know what they are about, and Muslims would not have to feel victimized.