Source: Times of India
In a unique multi-faith gathering, prominent religious leaders from across the world will convene in Mumbai next week to express solidarity with the 26/11 terror victims. On November 17, Hindu, Muslim, Jewish, Christian and Buddhist leaders will come together at Trident hotel to discuss the importance of religious harmony across the world.
The meeting will also be attended by 26/11 survivors, dignitaries from Israel and high ranking officials from India. The group will then proceed to the Chabad House-one of the targets of the attacks.
"Religious leaders have a special obligation to publicly condemn terrorist attacks that are inspired and sanctioned by those who call themselves servants of God,'' said rabbi Abraham Cooper,