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Dr. Ahmad al-Tayyeb, Shaikh of Al-Azhar, met on Friday with Bishop Markus Droege, head of the Brandenburg-Berlin Episcopal Diocese.  
The Euro-Arab Dialogue Conference, which lasted three days under the theme "Active Citizenship and its role in bringing about change within societies", will end on Saturday in the island of Crete, which saw the participation of a number of Arab and European institutions interested in dialogue,...
Abu Dhabi: Religious leaders from the Muslim Council of Elders — an independent international body that aims to promote peace in Muslim societies — and the Anglican Church yesterday (Wednesday) called for setting up a peaceful and integrated world.
“The Middle East Council of Churches (MECC) was founded in 1974 and the 11th General Assembly was held for the first time in Jordan. It was the first time for me to attend the synod of MECC. I had the honor to meet with King ʿAbdullāh," said Pope Tawāḍrūs II, pointing that during the meeting, the...
Ambassador Hātem Saif al-Nasr, Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt to the Vatican, met with Cardinal Kurt Koch, President of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity. The discussion revolved around ways to boost cooperation between Egyptian religious institutions, especially...
Pope Francis, the Pope of the Catholic Church and the Head of the Vatican, received the ambassadors of the countries accredited to the Vatican State.
Member of the Islamic Research Academy (IRA), Dr. Muhammad al-Shahāt al-Gūndī, said that the relationship between Vatican and Al-Azhar experienced years of tension, since 2006, after now-retired Pope Benedict XVI took office.
Grand Imam Dr. Ahmad al-Tayeb, Shaikh of Al-Azhar, wished Pope Francis and all the Catholics in Egypt and all over the world, a Merry Christmas.
Dr. Ibrahīm Al-Hodhod, head of Al-Azhar University, said that Islam came as a message of mercy to all people, God Almighty said, "We sent thee not, but as a Mercy for all creatures", and that the Islamic Da`wa is based on the diversity of peoples and communities, there is no way to meet except...
Pope Francis refused to connect Islam to violence, stressing that Catholics too can be violent. He further warned Europe of pushing its young towards terrorism. 

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