While growing intolerance poses a mammoth challenge to many nations, it is a matter of great pride and honour for citizens and residents of the UAE that the country sets flawless examples on what a truly tolerant
UAE is walking the talk when it comes to religious harmony. I can but only applaud the leaders of the country for their exemplary vision. The nation is a beacon of light for a world which is being challenged
Pakistan Association Dubai (PAD) becomes the first welfare association in the UAE to join hands with Hope Academy — a community initiative to support students who cannot continue their studies because of financial constraints.
The UAE embassy in Beirut organised a panel discussion and workshop, entitled, "Pardon when you are powerful," targeting 50 students at the Al Othman Mosque, attended by Fahad Al Kaabi, Acting Charge D'Affaires at the UAE embassy in Lebanon, and a representative of the Grand Mufti of Lebanon, Sheikh Abdulatif Daryan.
The trees spelt out the word ‘Tolerance’ in Arabic and English and were brought over from EAD’s native plant nursery in Baynounah, Al Dhafrah region.
To promote, integrate and encourage efforts in social responsibility and environmental conservation during 2019 – designated the ‘Year of Tolerance’ – in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) will celebrate the values of tolerance, coexistence and diversity under the theme ‘Tolerance with Nature’, exemplifying the role of the Ghaf tree as a historic and cultural symbol of stability and peace in the UAE’s desert environment.
Compassion and tolerance are not a sign of weakness, but a sign of strength. So said the Dalai Lama. Tolerance is a virtue which many should inculcate. It helps people understand one another and tackle each other’s problems should the need arise.
The UAE has taken the right step in the right direction by condemning the knife attack at a church in Nice. In a statement, the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation stressed that the UAE expressed its strong condemnation
On this occasion, the Attorney General of Dubai Essam Issa Al Humaidan said that Sheikh Mohammed’s order to pardon the prisoners reflects his keenness to give the convicted inmates a chance to start a new life and alleviate their families’ hardship...