Category: Global Interfaith News

Pope Francis arrives in Portugal to canonise children at lady Fátima shrine

Pope Francis has arrived in the Portuguese town of lady Fátima to honor two children whose visions of the Virgin Mary 100 years ago marked one of the most important events of the 20th-century Catholic church. Tens of thousands of devotees lined the pontiff’s route and tossed petals as his motorcade drove past. There was […]

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EASTER MESSAGE BY SARDAR YOUSIF FEDERAL MINSTER FOR MORA AND INTERFAIT7H HARMONY

islamabad radio report – The Minister for Religious Affairs and Inter-Faith Harmony, Sardar Muhammad Yousaf has said that government is committed to protect the fundamental rights of all minorities living in the country.This was stated by Federal religious minister Saradr Yousif on the eve of Easter celebration at PNCA arranged by the ministry. “It is […]

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Pope Francis: ‘never lose faith in God’s providential care’

Pope Francis has invited believers to trust in God’s providential care while doing everything in their power to respond to the challenges that come their way. He was addressing pilgrims gathered in the Paul VI Hall for the weekly General Audience. Resuming his ongoing catechists on Christian hope Pope Francis recalled the courageous figure of […]

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Berlin attack suspect Anis Amri killed in Milan shootout

  (HI-TV)   Italy — It was a routine identity check, the kind Italy has relied on to stem the flow of illegal migration deeper into Europe. But the man stopped by two police officers around 3 a.m. Friday outside the northern city of Milan was anything but an ordinary drifter. He turned out to […]

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Register Me, Too, Mr. Trump

As a religious leader, I try to stay out of the fray of partisan politics. But as a rabbi, I can’t help but see the parallels between Donald Trump’s pseudo-serious proposal and fascist actions taken against Jews during the last century. Creating a mark of distinction, whether tangible or digital, provides the basis for the […]

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President Obama, United Nations condemn Paris terror attacks

President Obama, United Nations condemn Paris terror attacks US President Barack Obama led a chorus of global condemnation of attacks in Paris that killed more than 100 people Friday, as nations pledged solidarity with France and vowed to help hunt down the perpetrators. The shootings, explosions and a hostage-taking at a popular concert venue in […]

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Stampede in Mina, Saudia, killing in Thousands

Stampede in Mina, Saudia, killing in Thousands   Thousands of Iranian worshippers have marched in Tehran to protest at Saudi Arabia’s handling of the hajj pilgrimage, adding to growing pressure on the kingdom from within the Islamic world in the wake of death of at least 717 people in a crush outside Mecca. The Iranian […]

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Pope Francis in USA

Pope Francis in USA Pope Francis, speaking on Saturday in America’s birthplace, offered stout words of support to Hispanic and other immigrants in the United States, telling them not to be discouraged at a time when some prominent politicians are directing hostility toward them. A day before wrapping up his first U.S. visit, the 78-year-old […]

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