• Does Dialogue Matter in a Warzone? 95

    • DATE
    • 02 Dec 2013
    ​Before attending the second seminar I felt somehow ashamed. As a Dane I live in very comfortable and privileged circumstances, and the dilemmas and challenges we face in Denmark regarding Ethnic and Religious conflicts are – at least at first sight – not very dramatic or serious. Since the first seminar in Copenhagen in March 2013 a lot has happened in the Middle East, not least in Syria and Egypt, but also in Lebanon.
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  • Many Differences Joined by Humanity 103

    • DATE
    • 29 Nov 2013
    ​It was such an enriching experience, in spite of all the differences related to the social, cultural and religious backgrounds and beliefs, I realized that there are much more common grounds than differences with our fellow brothers and sisters in humanity.
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  • Inspired by Children for Peace Education 103

    • DATE
    • 28 Nov 2013
    I will never forget the glittering eyes of the children we worked with in our local inter-religious understanding initiatives as they watched motivational videos and the enthusiasm in their voices as they started to discuss them. I learned a lot from these children and was extremely happy to be part of their experience with “the other”.
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  • “No, it’s for all” 105

    • DATE
    • 28 Nov 2013
    Egypt is a country that suffers high rates of illiteracy, especially in rural areas. As a mosque Imam in the place where I live in Upper Egypt, I am keen to engage my mosque in social projects to provide services for all people living there.
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