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19 June 2018 / 5. Shawal 1439

From the Roots of Abraham’: A Unifying Moral Vision

Updated on 12 March 2018

Named after the great Prophet Abraham, who championed monotheism, this exhibition echoes the unanimous acclamation of monotheism in the three major faith traditions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

In these times of increasing conflict in the world, more than ever before, we must spare no effort in building positive relationships amongst everyone in the world. We owe it to the future generations, and the exhibition “From the Roots of Abraham” is one small effort to that end, offering Jews, Christians and Muslims to enhance their knowledge of and respect for each other’s faiths.

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