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The fifth annual inter-faith dialogue conference kicked off at the Marriott hotel on 7/5/2007

The fifth annual inter-faith dialogue conference, which kicked off at the Marriott hotel on 7/5/2007 come out with an announcement establishing a permanent centre for dialogue of religions in Doha.   ...More
Dr Aysha Al Mannai,
Dean of the Faculty of Shariah at Qatar University chaired the session and introduced the speakers. ...More
Prof. Ahmed Mohamed El-Tayeb, President, Al-Azhar University, Egypt.
has lamented the loss of spiritual values in the West, saying that it has resulted in attempts to destroy and dominate other peoples and cultures. ...More
Bishop. George Saliba,
said the human nature comprised of two elements- the vanishing and the eternal, the flesh and the sole. ...More
Rabbi Rene S Sirat said
spiritual values are facing a set back in many parts if the world, including Europe, which claims of a multi-religious society. ...More

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