Officials, Scholars welcome Saudi King's appeal for constructive dialogue 3

الخميس 1429/7/14 هـ الموافق 2008/07/17 م واس
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The Chairman of Spreading Religious Dialogue in India, Dr. Abdullah Tariq praised the speech of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and said "It is a great beginning of a valuable call from a generous King. It is the first of its kind issued by the Islamic world."

He expressed optimism that it will continue to spread peace and lead to renunciation of violence in order to achieve its projected goals.
The professor at the University of Tunis, Dr Juma Sheikha said "The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques focused in his speech on the need that the participants should concentrate in their dialogues about common denominators among all religions and cultures, including tolerance, cooperation, justice, upholding high morals, the family and protect it from disintegration and dissolution, leaving selfishness and working to give everyone his rights".
He praised the efforts of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques in bringing peace and stability, which confirms his keenness to see a world full of security and stability, understanding and cooperation among mankind.

--SPA