Ceremony of World Interfaith Harmony Week held in Jordan

Posted on April 29th, 2014


Jordanian King Abdullah II (2nd L) gives award to one of the winners at the ceremony of King Abdullah II Ibn al Hussein prize for the World Interfaith Harmony Week in Amman, Jordan on April 27, 2014. The World Interfaith Harmony Week is a time set by the UN for promotion of interfaith harmony and understanding amongst religions. The idea for the week was proposed to the General Assembly by Jordan in Sept. 2010 and officially adopted by the assembly the following month. (Xinhua/Mohammad Abu Ghosh)


Former Grand Mufti of Egypt Ali Gomaa gives a speech at the ceremony of King Abdullah II Ibn al Hussein prize for the World Interfaith Harmony Week in Amman, Jordan on April 27, 2014. The World Interfaith Harmony Week is a time set by the UN for promotion of interfaith harmony and understanding amongst religions. The idea for the week was proposed to the General Assembly by Jordan in Sept. 2010 and officially adopted by the assembly the following month. (Xinhua/Mohammad Abu Ghosh)


Jordanian Princess Arij Ghazi gives a speech at the ceremony of King Abdullah II Ibn al Hussein prize for the World Interfaith Harmony Week in Amman, Jordan on April 27, 2014. The World Interfaith Harmony Week is a time set by the UN for promotion of interfaith harmony and understanding amongst religions. The idea for the week was proposed to the General Assembly by Jordan in Sept. 2010 and officially adopted by the assembly the following month. (Xinhua/Mohammad Abu Ghosh)


A Jew attends the ceremony of King Abdullah II Ibn al Hussein prize for the World Interfaith Harmony Week in Amman, Jordan on April 27, 2014. The World Interfaith Harmony Week is a time set by the UN for promotion of interfaith harmony and understanding amongst religions. The idea for the week was proposed to the General Assembly by Jordan in Sept. 2010 and officially adopted by the assembly the following month. (Xinhua/Mohammad Abu Ghosh)


Jordanian King Abdullah II (L) gives award to one of the winners at the ceremony of King Abdullah II Ibn al Hussein prize for the World Interfaith Harmony Week in Amman, Jordan on April 27, 2014. The World Interfaith Harmony Week is a time set by the UN for promotion of interfaith harmony and understanding amongst religions. The idea for the week was proposed to the General Assembly by Jordan in Sept. 2010 and officially adopted by the assembly the following month. (Xinhua)


Jordanian King Abdullah II (C front) and awards winners take group photos at the ceremony of King Abdullah II Ibn al Hussein prize for the World Interfaith Harmony Week in Amman, Jordan on April 27, 2014. The World Interfaith Harmony Week is a time set by the UN for promotion of interfaith harmony and understanding amongst religions. The idea for the week was proposed to the General Assembly by Jordan in Sept. 2010 and officially adopted by the assembly the following month. (Xinhua)

 
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