NAM Welcomes Philippines’ Continuing Active Role in Interfaith Dialogue at Ministerial Meeting

Non Aligned Movement Meeting, Bali, May 2011

29 May 2011 – The Philippines continued its active role as a “global thought and action leader” in interfaith dialogue at the Non-Aligned Movement’s (NAM) Ministerial Meeting in Bali, Indonesia on May 25 to 27, with NAM welcoming the Philippines’ initiative of establishing an e-portal that is seen to increase the body of knowledge on global efforts in interfaith dialogue.

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Seeds of World Interfaith Harmony Week

Pope Benedict with King Abdullah

It began with a visit to the Vatican in November 2007, the first time a Saudi monarch had visited a pope. King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud was on a mission to engage Pope Benedict XVI after the Vatican repeatedly ignored Muslim imams and scholars’ requests for broader dialogue between Christians and Muslims.

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