We thank God the Most High for all we have in common, while being aware of our differences. We perceive the importance of promoting a fruitful dialogue based on mutual respect and friendship. Inspired by our shared values and strengthened by our feelings of genuine fraternity, we are called to work together for justice, peace and respect for the rights and dignity of every person. We feel particularly responsible for the most needy: the poor, the sick, orphans, migrants, victims of human trafficking and all those who suffer from all forms of addiction.
We Muslims must open up and understand that there are also other religions with which to dialogue. In fact, there are more things that unite us than our differences. On the other hand, he is the only God who judges us and loves us. This is why we have created a chapter within our organization dedicated to dialogue and we invite non-Muslim people to participate in it.
Only with our unity and understanding can we defeat ignorance and extremism.
Responsable for interfaith dialogue with Arab Christians Prof. Mohamed el Hadj Mahmoud Taleb