13th Annual Interfaith Dinner at Sydney by Khodr Saleh OAM

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13th Annual Interfaith Dinner at Sydney by Khodr Saleh OAM

Interfaith dialogue refers to cooperative, constructive, and positive interaction between people of different religious traditions (like ‘faiths’).

Interfaith refers to interaction between different faith groups such as Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists and Christians or Jew.

The sad reality has been that most of the time Jews, Muslims and Christians have remained ignorant about each other, or worse, especially in the case of Christians and Muslims, attacked each other.

The Canterbury Bankstown City 13th Annual Interfaith Dinner was held on Tuesday 6 August with the theme “From Christchurch to Sri Lanka – Interfaith and cultural dialogue against violence and hate”. The event included presentation of awards as well as recognition of Order of Australia for Mr Khodr Saleh OAM.

The Interfaith Dinner, held at Punchbowl Community Centre, was organised by Khodr Saleh President of Canterbury Bankstown Harmony Group, Ex Deputy Mayor of Canterbury City Council. Mr Saleh said, “For thirteen consecutive years the Canterbury Bankstown Harmony Group continues to build community spirit, harmony and understanding in our community.”

The program supported by Riverwood Community Centre, Canterbury Bankstown Council and UMA. The event was attended by community and religious leaders, politicians and others.

The audience were welcomed by Mr Khodr Saleh and addressed by a number of speakers including the Grand Mufti of Australia Dr Ibrahim Abu Mohammed, Hon MP Tony Burke, the former Australia’s Special Envoy for Human Rights, Hon Philip Ruddock, Rev Ryan Epondulan from Columban Centre for Christian-Muslim Relations and Rev Heather Joyce Topp from the Buddhist Council of NSW.



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