Winners of World Interfaith Harmony Week award honoured
His Majesty King Abdullah on Sunday honoured the winners of the King Abdullah II World Interfaith Harmony Week award, a Royal Court statement said.
The award, connected to an initiative launched by the King at the 65th session of the United Nation General Assembly, aims at spreading awareness and understanding among interfaith dialogue groups through various international activities.
King patronizes World Interfaith Harmony Week prize ceremony
His Majesty King Abdullah Sunday patronized the annual award ceremony of the King Abdullah II World Interfaith Harmony Week Prize, which seeks to spread awareness and understanding among religious dialogue groups via holding various international activities and events.
The King presented medals and diplomas to winners of the prize, which emanates from the World Interfaith Harmony Week Initiative His Majesty launched at the 65th session of the United Nations’ General Assembly, and had been unanimously adopted by the world body in Oct., 2010.
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