Dialogue between Muslim and Christian worlds must: Kazakhstan president

“First, we should give up centuries-old stereotypes. Second, we should consciously resist temptation to invade spheres sacred to other people. Something that is sacred for one cannot be a butt of jokes for another. Third, we should realise that there are threats that are common for all cultures and civilisations. Not only terrorism but also proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, transnational crime and environmental degradation.”

He said a “fateful denial of spirituality, a tradition that has existed for thousand years – thanks to many religions mainly Islam and Christianity, was even more dangerous”.  >>>>>


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