One of the largest churches in downtown Toronto, Metropolitan United Church, hosted an Iftar and dinner gathering on Thursday, May 24 and over 150 people were in attendance to join with Muslims as they broke the fast. The Intercultural Dialogue Institute GTA in conjunction with the church organized the event.
The Intercultural Dialogue Institute GTA and Beth Shalom Synagogue recently hosted An Interfaith Dialogue of Jews and Muslims: The Challenges and Opportunities of Society and Assimilation. We sat down with Azim Shamshiev, Executive Vice President of Intercultural Dialogue Institute GTA to talk about the long-term impact of interfaith conversation, and
You are invited !! Nevruz Spring Festival “Celebrating Colours of 22 Diverse Cultures” On Sunday , March 20th, 2016 12 PM – 6 PM Montecassino Hotel 3710 Chesswood Dr, Downsview, ON M3J 2P6 Near by Downsview Subway Station Sheppard and Dufferin FOOD CONTEST, MUSIC- FOLK DANCE,- KIDS CORNER AND MUCH MORE
Source: SYMPOSIUM: Christian-Muslim Relations in a Year of Mercy | Intercultural Dialogue Institute – GTA (Toronto) SYMPOSIUM: Christian-Muslim Relations in a Year of Mercy SYMPOSIUM: THE QUALITY OF MERCY IS NOT STRAIN’D: CHRISTIAN-MUSLIM RELATIONS IN A YEAR OF MERCY Keynote Address: Rev. Dr. Elias Mallon, S.A. Education and Interreligious Affairs
Dr. Shari Goldberg, Reverend Maggie Helwig and Muneeb Nasir [The following is an edited transcript of a presentation delivered by Muneeb Nasir at an Interfaith Iftar dinner held on Thursday, July 9, 2015 at York University in Toronto. Other panelists were Rev. Meggie Helwig and Dr. Shari Goldberg. The event
(February 15, 2015) – Islamophobia and anti-Semitism have many features in common, according to Ivan Kalmar, a University of Toronto professor. “Islamophobia and anti-Semitism show similarities to each other that other hatreds don’t,” said Professor Ivan Kalmar. “Of course, we must recognize, at the outset, that there are important