Interfaith Symposium, Spain


Abdusalaam Stedman

Spain Correspondent


On 29 November, the annual interfaith symposium was held at the Baitul Rahman mosque near Valencia. 

The main purpose of the symposium is to allow representatives of various faiths to discuss certain aspects of religion from their point of view and to build bridges of understanding within us. 

On this occasion, representatives of Islam, Bahaism, Bhuddism and Christianity all had the opportunity to address the audience. 

The event began with a recitation of the Holy Quran followed by talks given by the various speakers. After the talks, members of the audience were invited to comment and ask questions. 

The session concluded with silent prayer after which refreshments were served and the participants had the opportunity to converse and ask each other various questions.   

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