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Ebrahimi Turkaman in his meeting with the Head of the Vaticans Pontifical Council

Dialogue between Islam and Christianity will lead to convergence and shared views at the international communities.

The chairman of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization, Mr. Ebrahimi Turkaman in his meeting with the Head of the Vatican"s Pontifical Council, Miguel Angel Ayuso Guixot said interreligious dialogue will lead to closer ties among nations adding that dialogue between Islam and Christianity will lead to convergence and shared views at international communities.

 According to Public Relations Department of Islamic Culture and Relations Organization (ICRO) he said the history of Interreligious dialogue between Vatican and the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization dates back to 1994. The first round of such dialogue was held in Tehran and since then, every other year in Vatican and Tehran.

 Turkaman said dialogue is a kind of interaction among nations but sometimes profound and unlimited concepts can"t be explained by limited words adding that many religious teachings are unlimited and profound concepts and unfortunately words are unable to describe and convey them in a perfect manner.

He said those individuals who have not committed any sin or with fewer wrong doings will be more receptive to meanings of religious teachings adding that the almighty God in the Holy Quran says those who are unable to understand the truth, have a malign heart.

 Chairman of ICRO said whole throughout the history, the hearts of people have not been as far from each other as today adding that committing violence has become a norm in today world.

 He said interreligious dialogue will bring hearts closer to each other and 10 rounds of dialogue between Iran and Vatican have very well contributed to cordiality between the two sides and has worked as a step towards kindness, peace and friendship.

 

 Dialogue, a way to combat violence and extremism

 

 Cardinal Miguel Angel Ayuso Guixot for his part said dialogue between Iranian religious authorities and Vatican will help leaders of the two religions to find remedy for pains and wounds in the contemporary world.

The Head of Vatican"s Pontifical Council said we as religious leaders have a common responsibility in community and by resorting to religious teachings we should pay respect to each other and gain spiritual strength.

 He called for continuation of interreligious dialogue between the two sides and said act of benevolence is a sign of belief in hearts and their its reflection in life of individuals and under the shadow of benevolence kindness, friendship, peace and peaceful life will bring back to human society.  

 

 During this 2-day gathering, Muslim Scholars are to present their papers on topics such as "Domain of Right and Justice, Serving the Community from Islamic Perspective and Values and Benefits, Basis of Relations between Muslims and Christians.

The history of Interreligious dialogue between Vatican and the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization dates back to 1994. The first round of such dialogue was held in Tehran and since then, every other year in Vatican and Tehran.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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