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Nigeria: Niger State – Messages of Hope and Peace | allAfrica.com

In a quick succession, perhaps, by divine arrangement or sheer coincidence, Minna, the capital of Niger State, has enjoyed a rare privilege of hosting renowned clerics from the two great religions of the world-Islam and Christianity. Although they were in the city for different purposes and at different times but they came bearing the same message of hope and peace, ...

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Tony Blair: Why Inter-Faith Understanding Is More Important Than Ever in Leadership | The Huffington Post

The Alpha Leadership conference taking place today in London is a reminder that despite all the negative news about religion, a different face of faith is visible and real the world over. The Alpha course on leadership, which was begun under Nicky Gumbel of the Holy Trinity Church in London, has been taken by 18 million people world-wide and is ...

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Iraq’s religious leaders looking for peace – RTÉ News

Some of Iraq’s top religious leaders gather in Copenhagen this week for a three-day closed-door summit to try to end the sectarian violence that has recently struck the country’s Christian community. Eight of Iraq’s ‘most influential’ Muslim and Christian religious leaders are due to take part, according to the Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East (FRRME). Together ...

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BRITT TOWERY: Not a time to give up hope for peace

Mahatma Gandhi, when asked his thoughts on Christianity, admitted to liking the Jew from Nazareth’s teaching but felt the followers of Jesus were a great disappointment to him. Gandhi was said to be one of the greatest followers of Jesus’ teachings, not of Christian institutions or creeds. Among the many things Gandhi admired about the teachings of Jesus, none were ...

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