First World Interfaith Harmony Week

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The first UN World Interfaith Harmony Week

[1st week of February] was marked by hundreds of events taking place all over the world.

King Abdullah of Jordan, who first proposed the idea in September, 2010, held a lunch with senior religious figures from Jordan and the Holy Land.

The meeting discussed the imperative need for religious leaders to stress the teachings common to all religions; Love of God and Love of the neighbour. The World Interfaith Harmony Week extended this idea to Love of the Good, Love of the neighbour.

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Source: CNN iReport.