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The First Academic Round of Interreligious Dialogue between Iran and Ghana
The first academic round of interreligious dialogue between Iran and Ghana was held with the contribution of the Cultural Center of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Ghana and the Department of Religious Studies in Legon University, Accra.
 09:22 - 12/03/2017 - Comments : 0More >>
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Interreligious Dialogue between Islam and Greek Orthodox Christianity Was Ended
Participants in this two-day meeting evaluated this round of interreligious dialogue very positive and constructive. Both sides emphasized on the need to develop religious and academic cooperation in order to familiarize Muslims and Christians with religious, ethical, historical principles and the theology and religious rituals of each other.
 09:18 - 12/03/2017 - Comments : 0More >>
The 6th Round of Interreligious Dialogue between Iran and Greek Orthodox Church/8
Ismini Kriari-Katrani: There Are 120 Thousand Muslims in Greece
The head of the Pantheon University of Athens: "There are about 120 thousand Muslims in Greece who are free to choose Islamic Sharia laws or national laws and live according to them".
 09:17 - 12/03/2017 - Comments : 0More >>
The 6th Round of Interreligious Dialogue between Iran and Greek Orthodox Church/7
Yasrebi: Prophets Mission Was to Guide Human Beings
In the 6th round of interreligious dialogue between Iran and Greek Orthodox Church, the professor of philosophy stated: "Prophets mission was to guide human beings".
 09:15 - 12/03/2017 - Comments : 0More >>
The 6th Round of Interreligious Dialogue between Iran and Greek Orthodox Church/6
Hujjat al-Islam Navvab: The Demands of Religious Leaders from Governments Should Be Transparent
Emphasizing on benefiting from the results of interreligious dialogue, the head of the University of Religions and Denominations stated: "The demands of religious leaders from governments should be transparent and influential".
 09:14 - 12/03/2017 - Comments : 0More >>
The 6th Round of Interreligious Dialogue between Iran and Greek Orthodox Church/5
Ayatollah Beheshti: The Followers of Religions Consider Iran as their Ancestral Homeland
The member of the Assembly of Experts: "The followers of religions consider Iran as their ancestral homeland and have enjoyed freedom and sufficient respect among Muslims".
 09:12 - 12/03/2017 - Comments : 0More >>
The 6th Round of Interreligious Dialogue between Iran and Greek Orthodox Church/4
Archbishop Sebouh Sarkissian: Dialogue Is for Mutual Understanding and Peaceful Coexistence
Emphasizing on the point that religious leaders can extend peace and justice in the society, the Armenian Orthodox Primate of the Diocese of Tehran stated: "Dialogue is for mutual understanding and peaceful coexistence".
 09:11 - 12/03/2017 - Comments : 0More >>
The 6th Round of Interreligious Dialogue between Iran and Greek Orthodox Church/3
Hujjat al-Islam Yunesi: Religious Dialogue Aims to Fight Violence
In the 6th round of Interreligious Dialogue between Iran and Greek Orthodox Church, Presidents adviser for affairs of the ethnic and religious minorities stated: "Religious dialogue aims to fight violence".
 09:09 - 12/03/2017 - Comments : 0More >>
The 6th Round of Interreligious Dialogue between Iran and Greek Orthodox Church/2
Archbishops Representative of Greece: Western Powers Have Launched a New War against the World/Rejection of Others by the Temptation of Religious Prejudice
Archbishops representative and the member of the central council of bishops of Greece: "Major Western powers have launched a new Crusade against the world".
 09:07 - 12/03/2017 - Comments : 0More >>
The 6th Round of Interreligious Dialogue between Iran and Greek Orthodox Church/1
Dr. Ebrahimi Torkaman: Distortion of Religion Is against Rationalism/Silence against Religious Deviations Is Not Acceptable
In the 6th round of Interreligious Dialogue between Islam and Greek Orthodox Christianity, emphasizing on the point that silence against religious deviations is not acceptable, the head of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization stated: "Distortion of religion is against rationalism".
 09:05 - 12/03/2017 - Comments : 0More >>

The First Academic Round of Interreligious Dialogue between Iran and Ghana
Interreligious Dialogue between Islam and Greek Orthodox Christianity Was Ended
Ismini Kriari-Katrani: There Are 120 Thousand Muslims in Greece
Yasrebi: Prophets Mission Was to Guide Human Beings
Hujjat al-Islam Navvab: The Demands of Religious Leaders from Governments Should Be Transparent
Ayatollah Beheshti: The Followers of Religions Consider Iran as their Ancestral Homeland
Archbishop Sebouh Sarkissian: Dialogue Is for Mutual Understanding and Peaceful Coexistence
Hujjat al-Islam Yunesi: Religious Dialogue Aims to Fight Violence
Archbishops Representative of Greece: Western Powers Have Launched a New War against the World/Rejection of Others by the Temptation of Religious Prejudice
Dr. Ebrahimi Torkaman: Distortion of Religion Is against Rationalism/Silence against Religious Deviations Is Not Acceptable
Religious Rationality Will Prevent Extremism
Cultural Relations with Iran Are one of the Most Important Goals of Austria/Deep-Rooted Interreligious Dialogue between Iran and Austria/ISIS Aims to Gain Power
Religious Dialogue between Islam and Greek Orthodox Christianity Will Be Held in Tehran
The 6th Round of Joint Meeting of The International Center for Interreligious Dialogue and The Greek Orthodox Church
Religious Rationality Will Prevent Extremism
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