First World Interfaith Harmony Week

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CNN iReport

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.

see www.worldinterfaithharmonyweek.com for more details.

 

Source: CNN iReport.