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1600 Sikh Yatris leave Nankana Sahib to celebrate Baba Guru Nanak birth anniversary
Associated Press of Pakistan

1,600 Sikh pilgrims leave for Nankana Sahib

LARKANA - More than 1,600 Sikh pilgrims left Larkana in a special "National Peace and Interfaith Harmony Train" for Nankana Sahib late on Friday night to attend the 548th birth anniversary of Baba Guru Nanak, the first spiritual leader of Sikhs. ... The Nation Pakistan, 3 weeks ago

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Herald Malaysia Online

Sri Lankan Christian and Muslim leaders agree to joint commitment to religious harmony

Geographic areas ยป 11/16/2016, 17.34 SRI LANKA Melani Manel Perera Leaders sign a ten-point initiative that includes, among other things, action to support and develop relations of friendship and respect for ...
 AsiaNews.it3 weeks ago

Turning Malaysia Off Inter-Faith Strife Analysis

By Maszlee Malik* A series of incidents in recent years has been undermining the religious harmony that Malaysia has thus far enjoyed. This began the infamous cow-head protest in Shah Alam in August 20091 against a proposed Hindu temple in ...
 Eurasia Review3 weeks ago

Interfaith gathering celebrates mercy in Vietnam

Vietnamese Catholics invited people from various religions to come together to celebrate interfaith harmony at an event in Ho Chi Minh City to highlig Nov 11, 2016 HO CHI MINH: Vietnamese Catholics invited people from various religions to come ...
 Herald Malaysia Online4 weeks ago
Nikkei Asian Review

Kavi Chongkittavorn: Regional criticism of Myanmar's Rohingya policy risks ASEAN split

In early December, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak broke with tradition within the Association of Southeast Asian Nations by publicly hammering Myanmar over its treatment of the Rohingya Muslim community in Rakhine State. A crackdown there has ...
 Nikkei Asian Review3 days ago Regional criticism of Myanmar's Rohingya policy risks ASEAN split  Nikkei Asian Review3 days ago
The Nation Pakistan

Cabinet mulls peaceful Muharram measures

LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif has stressed the need for collective efforts against anti-state elements in Muharram. Interfaith harmony must be promoted and sectarianism must be discouraged to maintain peace in the holy ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 months ago
Agenzia Fides

ASIA/INDONESIA - Unity in Diversity: the people of Indonesia take to the streets for the common good

Jakarta (Agenzia Fides) - Reaffirming Indonesia's motto, "unity in diversity" and the solid foundation of the nation, ie the Pancasila (the "Charter of five principles"): with this spirit the Indonesians of all faiths took to the streets in recent ...
 Agenzia Fides2 weeks ago ASIA/INDONESIA Unity in Diversity: the people of Indonesia take to the streets for the common good  Foreign Affairs.co.nz2 weeks ago

Delegates Call for Stronger St...

Speakers Reject Terrorism Link with Any Specific Religion, Culture, Nationality Speakers in the Security Council this morning called for a stronger strategic partnership between the United Nations and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) ...
 Libyan Newswire3 weeks ago Delegates Call for Stronger Strategic Partnership between United Nations, Organization of Islamic Cooperation in Fighting Extremist Ideology  Foreign Affairs.co.nz3 weeks ago

Jihadis in Suits Assail National Security Forum

There they go again. In response to a top-level national security panel presentation organized by Rabbi Jonathan Hausman at the Ahavath Torah Congregation tonight in Stoughton, Massachusetts, HAMAS-doing-business-as-CAIR (Council on American ...
 Family Security Matters1 month ago

Mae Cannon Brings Her Mischief to CMEP

Churches for Middle East Peace, a pro-Palestinian advocacy organization supported by churches and religious institutions in the United States, has a new executive director, Rev. Dr. Mae Cannon. She replaces Warren Clark, a former Ambassador with the ...
 Camera1 month ago
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