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sábado, 24 de junio de 2017

World's leading religious leaders campaign for "Unity"

These statements are meant to encourage that, regardless of their religion, everyone should join, since "friendship and mutual understanding" would be the "antidote to negativity and divisions in society."
Some of the world's leading religious leaders gathered for a campaign sponsored by the Elias Interreligious Institute.

A video compiling appeals to Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists and Sikhs is intended to popularize the idea of ​​the unity of people of faith, especially in the face of the terrorist attacks that multiply the planet.

In the video, Ayatollah Sayyid Fadhel al-Milani said: "Our advice is to be friends of all people regardless of their religion," while Francis said that his religious experience has been "enriched" by his coexistence with people of other Religions, which offered other "explanations" about life.
Anglican Archbishop Justin Welby said in the video that "friendships through faith are the key to strengthening the work against discrimination."

Rabbi Alon Goshen-Gottstein Doctor, director of the Elias Institute and one of the campaign's creators, says this is "a theological innovation" and that "when the world's leading religious leaders preach unity and friendship, they are New way of practicing religion and rejecting the old ".

They also ask everyone to make prayers so that "this message and example of unity of leaders" can influence people to start conversations with people of different faiths and everyone can learn from each other.

According to the Elias Institute, the objective is to show that there is no one "in the certain", while the others are "wrong." Even the name of the organization, based in Israel and partially funded by the UN and the Rockefeller Foundation, is inspired by the figure of the biblical prophet and aims to be a "spokesperson" in the debate on a "deeper understanding of God."


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