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Title: Pengalaman NGO Islam terhadap pendekatan (A Common Word) dalam dialog antara agama: satu analisis di Pusat Kajian Strategik Islamik DiRaja (The Royal Islamic Studies Centre) Jordan
Authors: Muhammad Yusuf Khalid
Khairul Neezam Mohd Nor
Ahmad Najaa' Mokhtar
Keywords: Non-governmental organizations--Jordan
Dialogue--Religious aspects
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
Series/Report no.: Vol.3, 2013;
Abstract: The dialogue between religions is commanded by God in the Qur'an however not many Muslims are involved in it due to a number of factors, amongst them: it is a sensitive issue as it deals with relations between two different faith-based communities, language ability and skill is required in dialogue between the different religions and the awareness that it is important to undertake God's commands. This paper discusses the experience and role that has been played by a Muslim NGO via the approach of Common Word as stated in the Quran (3:64) in the context of Jordan. After 5 years of actively pursuing dialogue, they have achieved many noteworthy success, Amongst which is included their achievement in being die to get the support of 405 Muslim scholars and academics as well as 281 Christian scholar and academics around the world to sign their Common Word document. Apart from that, the Common Word activity receives coverage from around 900 media outlets through various formats including articles and newspapers. Thus indicating their global support and success.
ISSN: 22320431
Appears in Collections:Al-'Abqari Vol. 3, 2013

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