Interfaith

When Women Rub Minds On Muslim/Christian Relationship

May 21, 2007

Author: Halima Musa

Source: All Africa

http://allafrica.com/stories/200705210969.html

The thousands of lives lost across the country over the past two decades in the course of crises presumed to be religious has become an issue of great concern not only to the government but to all stakeholders including non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

There is virtually no area in all the six geo-political zones in Nigeria that has not witnessed one or...

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Senator Kerry Pushes for Religious Tolerance, Better Care of Environment

May 18, 2007

Author: John Smith

Source: Adventist News Network

http://news.adventist.org/data/2007/04/1179506794/index.html.en

On a night dedicated to recognizing and upholding religious freedom for all, key speaker and United States Senator John Kerry rallied behind a bill designed to protect the rights of people of faith, including Sabbath-keepers, in the workplace. Kerry spoke to a room of 200 guests at the fifth annual religious liberty dinner...

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Pope Lauds Christian-Muslim Collaboration

May 18, 2007

Source: The Muslim News

http://www.muslimnews.co.uk/news/news.php?article=12764

VATICAN CITY, (Zenit.org): The collaboration of Christians and Muslims to promote justice and peace is possible and therefore necessary, says Benedict XVI.

The Pope made these remarks today, during the five-yearly visit of the bishops of Mali.

Of Mali's 11.5 million people, some 90% are Muslim and only 2% are Catholic.

The Holy Father expressed his "...

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Islamic Cultural Center Gets the Go-Ahead in Serra Mesa

May 18, 2007

Author: Chet Barfield

Source: The Union-Tribune

http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/metro/20070518-9999-1m18afghan.html

SAN DIEGO – A local Afghan group won unanimous approval last night from a San Diego community advisory board to open an Islamic religious and cultural center in Serra Mesa.

More than 65 residents filled a library meeting room for the issue before the Serra Mesa Community Planning Group. Last June,...

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Christians have 10 Days to Convert to Islam in Pakistan

May 17, 2007

Source: Christian Today

http://www.christiantoday.com/article/christians.in.pakistan.given.10.days.to.convert.to.islam/10790.htm

Christians in Charsadda, a town in North-West Frontier Province in Pakistan, have been warned that if they do not convert to Islam by 17 May they will face “dire consequences and bomb explosions”, Christian Today has learned.

The threats were made in a letter circulated last...

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"Is Religious Freedom for Everyone?" a Commentary by Michael Novak

May 17, 2007

Author: Michael Novak

Source: Spero News

http://www.speroforum.com/site/article.asp?id=9476

I want to talk a little bit about three different approaches to religious liberty: one in atheist countries such as France and two different approaches within the United States. Then I will conclude with a few words about Islam—a story not yet fully developed but of great importance to the rest of this century.

Atheists in Europe have their own...

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The Greater Kansas City Interfaith Council

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Address: P.O. Box 9117, Mission, Kansas 66202
Email: chair@kcinterfaith.org
Website: http://www.kcinterfaith.org/
Mission: The Greater Kansas City Interfaith Council works to grow a sustainable, pervasive culture of knowledge, respect, appreciation, and trust amongst people of all faiths and religious traditions in the greater Kansas City community.

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Interfaith Baccalaureate at University of Nevada-Reno Brought World Religions Together for Blessings

May 16, 2007

Source: Press Release

Reno (Nevada, USA), May 16:

The Second Annual Interfaith Baccalaureate Service of University of Nevada-Reno (UNR), held here today, celebrated academic achievement with prayers from major world religions.

Starting with Bhagavad-Gita shlokas (verses) of Hinduism in Sanskrit, dated around 300 BCE, the Service included hymns, readings from scriptures, blessings, teachings, music, prayers, etc., from various religious traditions including Protestant, Catholic, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Muslim, Jewish,...

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Buddhist Film Festival to Promote Inter-Faith Values

May 16, 2007

Author: Trevor Barron

Source: Religious Intelligence

http://www.religiousintelligence.co.uk/news/?NewsID=725

INTER-FAITH dialogue, peace, harmony and prosperity are the key themes behind the International Buddhist Film Festival (IBFF), opening in Singapore tomorrow.

Alongside the range of films on show, from six countries, will be episodes of The Simpsons, all intended to promote “reflection, dialogue and harmony.”
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Sultan - I'll Partner Christian Association of Nigeria to End Religious Crisis

May 15, 2007

Author: Okon Bassey

Source: This Day (Lagos)

http://allafrica.com/stories/200705150098.html

Sultan: I'll Partner CAN to End Religious CrisisThe Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammad Saad Abubakar lll has expressed willingness and determination to work with the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and other religious groups to end incessant religious crisis in the country.

The Sultan who spoke yesterday in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State capital during a...

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