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Avril 4h
Today, 12.30 pm, service for the climate, Wesley Uniting Church, Lonsdale St, . Will finish at 1.30 pm with time to get to the Treasury Gardens for the at 2pm.
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Hind Makki Sep 17
I've come across well-meaning Christian sisters & brothers who do this in settings, too. A small rebellion: I've taken to referring to Quranic prophets, men, and women (also found in the Bible) with their Arabic pronunciation in public lectures.
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Hind Makki Sep 17
Replying to @HindMakki
Once, a Christian woman I met via work told me she didn't like when Muslims bring up Isa son of Maryam (AS) as a bridge to build IF relations w/Christians. Bc they believe he's divine and we don't.
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Nisa Nashim Sep 18
Lovely pic from Nisa-Nashim South London! Friendship is what this is all about
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Qari Asim MBE Sep 12
Meetings with religious and civic leaderships in South Africa continue- sharing best practices about work.
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Nisa Nashim 16h
Are you in Leeds on Sunday? Join our Nisa-Nashim group there and have a chat about wedding practices! 💍 ❤️
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YourJewishBridge Sep 17
Spent Monday morning at on this panel wrestling with the question "How can religion be a source of good in world when so many do violence in its name?" Stay tuned: will air on .
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Hind Makki Sep 17
Replying to @HindMakki
As a Muslim, I could easily tell Christians that their understanding of the divinity of Isa son of Maryam is a deal-breaker based on my belief in the one-ness of God. But bc I believe in the value of cooperation, I don't and would never say that.
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Kwesi Quartey. Sep 18
I was excited to address from all over the world at the 3rd Intercontinental Youth Forum on Preventing Extreme Violence - Dialogue on () which took place at the African Union Commission (AUC) in Addis Ababa today.
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Hind Makki Sep 17
Replying to @HindMakki
So, a small word of advice to my Christian sibs in the world: please don't tell Muslims how to come to the IF table. Our belief in, and understanding of, God's prophets is intrinsic to our faith as Muslims.
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Church of Scotland Sep 16
As part of our trip we were extremely privileged to meet His Emminence the Chief Imam of Ghana, who this year celebrated his centenary in a Catholic church. Very Rev Dr Susan Brown gave a gift of a Church of Scotland scarf and passed on our best wishes
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Ellie Thompson☕️🕊 Sep 16
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UWL Wellbeing Sep 18
Met Liz, our UWL Inter-Faith Adviser. Liz is located in “The Street” and is keen to meet you and tell you about our faith, food and fashion celebration in October.
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Dr. Ailís Travers Sep 15
Thanks for organising the Measc interfaith festival, a wonderful opportunity to celebrate dialogue and diversity in Dublin
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kbenterpriseconsulting.com Sep 16
Thank you, Imam Arshad and Rabbi Beyo, for a wonderful evening of dialogue and exchange on "Being a Religious Minority". It's an honor working with you and building bridges of friendship.
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Sara  Perlmutter 12h
Delighted to be part of event thank you for inviting education team to participate.
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Tri-Faith Initiative 12h
We’re getting excited about the Tri-Faith Center taking shape!
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CathedralStudyCentre Sep 18
We had a great time today on our excursion with Rabbi Adam from , which included the opportunity to see the Torah scroll. He's doing amazing things with conversations and outreach for schools and adults.
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Vicki Garlock Sep 18
Nice 2011 story from about Cokie and Steve Roberts crafting an Passover hagaddah decades ago, when they were first married. Via
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Vicki Garlock Sep 18
Today (18 Elul), Hassidic Jews celebrate the birth of their founder, Baal Shem Tov. The stories about him are amazing!
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