Interfaith

After 9/11, "Building a Community of Togetherness" in Huntsville

September 1, 2006

Source: The Huntsville Times

http://www.al.com/living/huntsvilletimes/index.ssf?/base/living/115710223399230.xml&coll=1&thispage=1

On September 1, 2006 The Huntsville Times reported, "With Nigerian drummers, Hindu dancers, Christian prayers and Baha'i songs, Interfaith Mission Service leaders have organized a service to celebrate the ability of Americans from different faiths and cultures to...

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In Houston, Katrina Relief Efforts Involved Many Faiths, One Purpose

September 1, 2006

Source: Houston Chronicle

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/life/religion/4158101.html

On September 1, 2006 the Houston Chronicle reported, "Even today, members of Houston's diverse religious communities look back on the days immediately following Hurricane Katrina and see a minor miracle.

For some it is captured in the memory of Muslims in hijab, Hindus and Sikhs in salwar-kameez, Jews in kippot and Catholic nuns in habits,...

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Singapore's Biennale 2006 Focuses on Belief, Diversity

September 1, 2006

Source: The Korea Times

http://times.hankooki.com/lpage/culture/200609/kt2006090317523511700.htm

On September 1, 2006 The Korea Times reported, "In this small tropical city-state with a population of four-million, synagogue and mosque are located just a few blocks away from each other while temples of Buddhist and Hindu traditions stand side by side. Making the best use of such a long-standing diversity in culture, religion and ethnic communities,...

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India's Diverse Faiths Participate in Ganesh Festival

August 31, 2006

Source: Hindustan Times

http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/181_1782128,000600010004.htm

On August 31, 2006 the Hindustan Times reported, "At Marine Lines, fruit seller Chand Sheikh, a 26-year-old Muslim, had been such a devout follower of Lord Ganesha since childhood that he was elected president of the local mandal [temple] and has already occupied that post for five years. In Bhandup, practising Sikh Balbir Singh, an actor, has brought an idol home this...

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In Detroit, an Interfaith Dialogue: "Are You as Confused about the Middle East as I Am?"

August 30, 2006

Source: The Arab American News

http://www.arabamericannews.com/newsarticle.php?articleid=6203

On August 30, 2006 The Arab American News reported, "A Christian, Jewish and Muslim panel gathered earlier this week to discuss the importance of the Holy Land in their faiths.

St. Peter Catholic Church in Harper Woods hosted the event, 'Are You As Confused About The Middle East As I Am?' on Tuesday. About 35 attendees, the majority of them senior citizens...

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Festival of Cultures in Dublin Includes Sikh Lecture, Exhibition, Performance

August 30, 2006

Source: SikhNet news

http://www.sikhnet.com/Sikhnet/news.nsf/RecentNewsHTML/FF48893264570AFE872571DA00636A11!OpenDocument

On August 30, 2006 SikhNet news reported, "[Members of the] Sikh community in Ireland displayed their rich culture and religious galore at the Festival of World Cultures [in] Dun Laoghaire, Dublin. [This is a three day] festival with over 150 artists and groups from around the world. [The] Festival...

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Opinion: "Qatar Leads the Way" by President of Caspian Energy Consulting

August 29, 2006

Source: The Washington Times

http://washingtontimes.com/op-ed/20060828-101134-3921r.htm

On August 29, 2006 The Washington Times ran an opinion piece by S. Rob Sobhani, president of Caspian Energy Consulting. "As the world focuses on the conflict between Israel and Iran's proxy, Hezbollah, a quiet revolution to remove oppression and despair that often leads to terrorism is taking place in neighboring Qatar under the leadership of a dynamic and charismatic woman....

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Sikhs Help Enforce Ceasefire in Lebanon

August 29, 2006

Source: Sikh Sangat

http://www.sikhsangat.org/publish/printer_1308.shtml

On August 29, 2006 the Sikh Sangat reported, "The men of the 28-year-old United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) continue observing, patrolling, and delivering humanitarian assistance in south Lebanon while they wait for reinforcements to help enforce a ceasefire between Israel and the Hezbollah Shiite militia... About 650 soldiers from India's 4th Battalion, Sikh Regiment, along with a...

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Fijian Police Force Reflects Religious Diversity of Nation

August 28, 2006

Source: Fiji Times

http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=47342

On August 28, 2006 the Fiji Times reported, "Police Commissioner Andrew Hughes believes the strength of the [Fijian police] force lays in its cultural and religious diversity. He made the comment when he launched the 16th Police Rama-yan Sammelan in Ba yesterday. Mr Hughes said when he joined the force three years ago, he... immediately realised that the force had officers from a diverse range of cultural and...

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After Vandalism at La Mirada Mosque, an Interfaith Call for Unity

August 28, 2006

Source: San Gabriel Valley Tribune

http://www.sgvtribune.com/news/ci_4207793

On August 28, 2006 San Gabriel Valley Tribune reported, "Jewish, Christian and Muslim religious leaders called for unity and tolerance Friday at a mosque hit twice this week by vandalism.

'If you don't have unity, there is nothing,' Rabbi Lawrence Goldmark of Temple Beth Ohr in La Mirada said at a news conference at the Muslim Community Services Inc. mosque in La Mirada. The conference was...

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Op/ed: "From Many Faiths Grows Greater Understanding"

August 27, 2006

Source: Honolulu Star-Bulletin

http://starbulletin.com/2006/08/27/editorial/special2.html

On August 27, 2006 the Honolulu Star-Bulletin published an opinion piece by Saleem Ahmed, a Muslim, and president of the All Believers Network, and by Joan Chatfield, a Christian, board chairwoman of the Network, "The continuing death and destruction in the Middle East reflect the limitless extent to which individuals and political entities will go to defend...

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World Council on Religions for Peace's Conference in Kyoto Draws Over 2,000 Religious Leaders to Discuss Peace

August 27, 2006

Source: Daily Yomiuri

http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/dy/national/20060827TDY01006.htm

On August 27, 2006 the Daily Yomiuri reported, "An international conference on religion opened in Kyoto on Saturday, attended by Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami and about 500 religious leaders from around the world. About 2,000 people from around 100 countries gathered at Kyoto International Conference Hall in Sakyo Ward, Kyoto, for the...

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Muslims, Christians, and Jews Gather to Pray for Peace in the Middle East

August 25, 2006

Source: The Tidings

http://www.the-tidings.com/2006/0825/mideast.htm

On August 25, 2006 The Tidings reported, "'How can the Holy Land be filled with peace when the nations and we, ourselves, have not been fully converted to peace?' asked Deacon Eric Stoltz at the opening of an Aug. 17 prayer service that brought together Jewish, Christian and Muslim worshippers to express a common hope for peace in the Mideast. Sponsored by the Wilshire Center Interfaith Council, the...

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