Interfaith harmony has become a key to world peace and stability in this era of globalisation, researchers, academicians and students said on Monday. At the opening session of a conference on "Harmony among Faiths: Highlighting Common Grounds and Respecting Differences", organised by the Hashemite University (HU) yesterday, participants noted that achieving a state of complete harmony among the major faiths has become an essential ingredient of peaceful coexistence in today’s world...
If one talks about "interfaith harmony key to world peace", one should assure that all faiths are represented not only in the hall but in the genral area in your city or country. That way, it sounds a more genuine message.
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Noting that the Kingdom adopted "peaceful co-existence among faiths" since its establishment, Amin Maaytah, a researcher at Mutah University, said: "Muslims and Christians in Jordan live in harmony with no tensions whatsoever." He cited as an example the village of Ader in Karak Governorate. "Mosques in Ader have been built and rehabilitated by Christian engineers," Maaytah said, adding that "one of the most prominent imams in the village has a Christian mother".
I think Jews are missing? Are Jews not of faith? Are they not in Jordan? If not, why not? Should they be in...Israel?
And check out EOZ's post here.