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The First UN World Interfaith Harmony Week was celebrated in the first week of February 2011. This document summarises the key events leading up to the UN resolution as well as documenting some Letters of Support and Events held in honour of the week.
WIHW Summary – 2011 Free Download
These are the proceedings from the Symposium ‘Islam, Christianity and the Environment’ which was held at the Baptism Site in Jordan in Sepetember, 2010.
Essays by: Dr.Ingrid Mattson, Dr.Murad Hoffman, Dr.Martin Arneth, Dr.Dietmar Mieth
Printed on recycled and acid-free paper.
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REZA SHAH KAZEMI
With an Essay by
Shaykh Hamza Yusuf
H. H. the Fourteenth Dalai Lama
H.R.H. Prince Ghazi bin Muhammad
Prof. Mohammad Hashim Kamali
This is an important and pioneering book, which seeks to find common ground between the teachings of Islam and of Buddhism. It is my hope that on the basis of this common ground, followers of each tradition may come to appreciate the spiritual truths their different paths entail, and from this develop a basis for respect for each others’ practice and beliefs.This may not have occurred very often before, because there has been so little opportunity for real understanding between these two great traditions.This book attempts to set that right … From a Buddhist point of view, the practice of Islam is evidently a spiritual path of salvation. — His Holiness, the Fourteenth Dalai Lama
A Common Word was launched on October 13th 2007 as an open letter signed by 138 leading Muslim scholars and intellectuals to the leaders of the Christian Churches and denominations all over the world, including H.H. Pope Benedict XVI. In essence, it proposes that Islam and Christianity share at their core, the twin “golden” commandments of the paramount importance of loving God and loving the neighbor. Based on this joint common ground, it is presented here as an interfaith theological document which calls for peace and harmony between Christians and Muslims worldwide.