Monday, December 03, 2012

Amid Conflict, King Abdullah Interfaith Center Replaces Fear With Hope - The Huffington Post

The fact that the opening of the King Abdullah Centre went forward as
planned despite the Gaza conflict, and with the involvement of
world-renowned rabbis and imams, shows that Muslim-Jewish engagement,
which barely existed a decade ago, is alive and well. This profoundly
important process of reconciliation between the two faiths,
strengthened by the involvement of King Abdullah, the Guardian of the
Two Sacred Shrines of Islam, offers hope for a future in which Muslims
and Jews around the world put aside mutual fear and loathing and build
ties of friendship and trust.

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