Interfaith is not a new phenomenon



             We have been witnessing in the past years, maybe since the tragic events of September eleven, the birth of an interfaith dialogue between Christians, Jews and Muslims. The Daughters of Abraham groups were created, mosques as well as synagogues and churches opened their doors to different faiths and started talking to each other. People’s hearts opened to others and to other faiths. Men and women from the three faiths look at it with admiration and a feeling of peace, but a lot are witnessing it for the first time.
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