Monthly Archives: June 2011

Unsettling Developments Touching on Muslim Communities in the United States

UNITED STATES Reflections on the Unsettling Developments Touching on Muslim Communities in the United States during the Summer of 2010 (Koinonia, a quarterly online newsletter from the Paulist Office for Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations, 38, Fall 2010) Our society in … Continue reading

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How Should Muslims React to Burning of the Qur’an

 By Nihad Awad * (September, 9th 2010) Muslims are once again placed in the difficult position of deciding how best to respond to an act designed to cause as much offense as possible to them and their faith. Previously, it … Continue reading

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Declaration, Le Caire 22-23 février 2010

 Joint Committee al-Azhar – Holy See (23-24 February 2010) The Joint Committee for Dialogue, set up in 1998 between the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue (PC ID) and the Permanent Committee of al-Azhar for Dialogue among the Monotheistic Religions, held … Continue reading

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Les catholiques se forment au dialogue avec les musulmans

Des responsables catholiques des relations avec l’islam en Europe se retrouvent du 31 mai au 2 juin à Turin (Italie) pour une rencontre pastorale. Un dossier publié par la revue des aumôneries de l’enseignement public propose des outils aux animateurs pour aborder avec les jeunes le … Continue reading

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De Bkerké à l’Azhar

  من بكركي الى الأزهر    عمر بهيج اللقيس  أرى الكتابة في معرفة سياسية، اجتماعية ودينية الآن ضرورة من الضرورات التي تحتمها المرحلة التي نتخبط بها. من هنا يمكن قراءة ظرف من الظروف التاريخية نمر به في المرحلتين الاسلامية والمسيحية … Continue reading

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80% des jeunes chrétiens rêvent de quitter l’Irak

Interview de l’archevêque émérite de Mossoul ROME, Dimanche 29 mai 2011 (ZENIT.org) – Même si les racines chrétiennes dans le nord de l’Irak remontent à plusieurs siècles, 80% des jeunes chrétiens de cette zone veulent couper ces racines et s’en … Continue reading

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