Peaceful Mediation of Conflict through Interfaith Dialogue

alt=Differences, be they religious, ethnic, cultural, or even civilizational, will continue to be a fact of life. But these differences should by no means become a reason why we cannot live in harmony and peace, told Prof. M. Din Syamsuddin during World Interfaith Harmony Week at the United Nations General Assembly.

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Common Cause in Mutual Respect

Dr. Asha-Rose Migiro, former Deputy Secretary-General of the United NationsFaith is the glue that often bonds communities and cultures around the world. Yet, too often it is used as an excuse to emphasize difference and deepen divisions, said Deputy Secretary General Dr. Asha-Rose Migiro during the 2012 World Interfaith Harmony Week.

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Melbourne: World Interfaith Harmony Week 2012 Celebrated

World Interfaith Harmony Week, Melbourne

World Interfaith Harmony Celebration, Melbourne, 2012

World Interfaith Harmony Week seeks to spread the message of harmony and tolerance among the followers of all the world’s religions, faiths and beliefs. It seeks to do this by promoting their common basis of “Love of God and Love of the Neighbor, or Love of the Good and Love of the Neighbor“. Its message includes everyone, excludes no one, and is purely voluntary.

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