INTERFAITH REFUGEE DAY (6492)

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The humanity crisis is deteriorating over the last few decades. The world has been witnessing the escalating acts of violence, terror, oppression, and persecution leading to bloodshed, massacre, destruction of resources and economic retardation. These man-made disasters have forced people to leave their countries to escape the terrible situations. According to the United Nation, we are approaching the highest level of displacement in history. Around 65.6 million people across the globe are forcibly displaced due to war and persecution, which means, in every single minute, 20 people are forced to leave their home. This figure includes 22.5 million refugees and 10 million stateless people who are denied the basic human rights such as education, healthcare, employment and freedom of movement. Sadly, 51 per cent from the total number of the world’s refugees are the innocent children. Despite the civilisational development, economic progress and sophistication of modern technologies, the humankind struggles to reclaim its basic sense of humanity – the natural …

INTERFAITH REFUGEE DAY (8627)

In Malaysiaby

The humanity crisis is deteriorating over the last few decades. The world has been witnessing the escalating acts of violence, terror, oppression, and persecution leading to bloodshed, massacre, destruction of resources and economic retardation. These man-made disasters have forced people to leave their countries to escape the terrible situations. According to the United Nation, we are approaching the highest level of displacement in history. Around 65.6 million people across the globe are forcibly displaced due to war and persecution, which means, in every single minute, 20 people are forced to leave their home. This figure includes 22.5 million refugees and 10 million stateless people who are denied the basic human rights such as education, healthcare, employment and freedom of movement. Sadly, 51 per cent from the total number of the world’s refugees are the innocent children. Despite the civilisational development, economic progress and sophistication of modern technologies, the humankind struggles to reclaim its basic sense of humanity – the natural …

INTERFAITH REFUGEE DAY (8223)

In Malaysiaby

The humanity crisis is deteriorating over the last few decades. The world has been witnessing the escalating acts of violence, terror, oppression, and persecution leading to bloodshed, massacre, destruction of resources and economic retardation. These man-made disasters have forced people to leave their countries in order to escape the difficult situations and terrible experience. According to the United Nation, we are approaching the highest level of displacement in history. Around 65.6 million people across the globe are forcibly displaced due to war, persecution and other issues; which means, in every single minute, 20 people are forced to leave their home. This figure includes 22.5 million refugees and 10 million stateless people who are denied the basic human rights such as education, healthcare, employment and freedom of movement. Sadly, 51 per cent from the total number of the world’s refugees are the innocent children. Despite the civilisational development, economic progress and sophistication of modern technologies, the humankind struggles to reclaim its …

“hearty and harmonious”

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In conjunction with the harmony week, we organize a “hearty and harmonious” meditation on the 7th February.  Let us come together, on this day, to plant a seed of harmony that will allow it to blossom in the future. We welcome everyone to join us and enjoy. 

Justice (World Interfaith Harmony Week Day 2)

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Grant us GOs, a vision of Your world as your love would have it, a world where the weak are protected, and none go hungry or poor, a world where the riches of creation are shared, and everyone can enjoy them, a world where different races and cultures live in harmony and mutual respect, a world where peace is built with justice and justice is guided by love. Give us inspiration and courage to build a world where justice prevails.

“Meraikan Kepelbagaian dan Keharmonian Antara Penganut Agama”

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Mari sama-sama memeriahkan FORUM HARMONI “Meraikan Kepelbagaian dan Keharmonian Antara Penganut Agama” Sempena Minggu Keharmonian Antara Penganut Agama Sedunia (WIHW) 2018 pada 6 Februari 2018 (Selasa) di Dewan Besar IKIM yang akan dirasmikan oleh YB Mejar Jeneral Dato’ Seri Jamil Khir Bin Baharom (B); Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri.

Health Campaign Program (7th Year) (6248)

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Sadiqh (Youth) Bureau of Masjid India Muslim Tengku Kelana (MIMTK) Klang for the 7th time organised Health Screening Programme (HSP) – [Health Awareness Exhibition Booth, Blood Campaign & Free Medical Examinations] for Klang Valley Community [a.k.a. Program Kempen Kesihatan 2017]. The objective of the event is to foster good knowledge of self-screen and healthy life among the community. And also aim to eventually expand the event into a meet among MNC’s, Public Listed Company and also NGO’s to serve through CSR programs. From the participation on this event, this would be one of NGO's annual CSR initiatives for the public generally. Our core mission of this Health Camp is to raise health awareness and followed by providing free medical check-ups for public. Basically, the majority of the population does not have the knowledge or resources to approach the local government or administration to address their needs. This program, in order to raise awareness, build community relationships and address immediate health …

A Day of Pilgrimage to Places of Worship

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"Honouring Diverse Beliefs in Our Communities" From Islam to Hinduism, Malaysia draw on different belief systems to guide the way they think and act. This is an important element of diversity in our communities. In conjunction with the UN World Interfaith Harmony week, UPF Malaysia is organising a day of pilgrimage/visitation to places of worship to enrich the understanding of the diversity of beliefs in Malaysia.

‘Harmony Tour'

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alaysia will observe the 2016 World Interfaith Harmony Week with the ‘Harmony Tour’ programme where community leaders and religious leaders will visit patients in hospitals in their respective states, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Tan Sri Joseph Kurup. When launching the programme here yesterday, he said the Harmony Tour programme or ‘Harmony Visit’ coincides with the celebration theme that is Charity for Unity or Strengthening Unity Through Charity Work For All. “The Youth Interfaith Forum will enhance understanding among young Malaysians while the Unity Prayer for Malaysia is a platform for people of various faiths in Malaysia to jointly pray for peace and prosperity,” he said. The World Interfaith Harmony Week was first celebrated in Malaysia in 2011. The Week was first proposed at the United Nations (UN) General Assembly by King Abdullah II of Jordan in September 2010. In October 2010, the proposal was accepted by the UN and the first week of February came to be …

Supporting WIHW at the Malaysia WARP Office

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The World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Office brings religious leaders of various faiths together, to have an interfaith dialogue based on the scriptures of each religion. Through discussing, comparing and sharing the messages from each religious text, religious leaders can truly start to understand, with an open heart, other religions in a peaceful and harmonious atmosphere.

International Seminar on Islam Without Sectarianism

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Islam Without Sectarianism And hold fast, all together, unto the bond with God, and do not draw apart from one another. And remember the blessings which God has bestowed upon you: how, when you were enemies, He brought your hearts together, so that through His blessing you became brethren; and [how, when] you were on the brink of a fiery abyss. He saved you from it. In this way God makes clear His messages unto you, so that you might find guidance. [Al-i Imran, 3: 103] It seems that God’s reminder in the Qur’an has befallen onto many deaf ears. Despite claiming to be the defenders of sunnah, many fell prey to the venomous doctrine of sectarianism. The fires of sectarianism schism are stoked for political means and many are unable to think through the real world. How do we claim to adhere to the Qur’an and Sunnah when we are propogating hatred and discrimation? There is no basis for …