The newly expanded Masjid Al Fatimeen Al Bohra in Al Manakh, Sharjah was inaugurated by Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin, the leader of the worldwide Dawoodi Bohra community.
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
A Walk for Peace and Tolerance will be organised on Wednesday to commemorate 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, which falls on Oct.2.
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.
“Tolerance in Islam and its social and international necessity and effects,” hogged the limelight at the 24th session of the International Islamic Fiqh Academy Conference being held in Dubai. The participants discussed 12 research papers emphasising the importance of tolerance as the aspiration of religions and the aspiration of all mankind.
Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Tolerance, said “The diversity and plurality of the UAE society, whether in colour, language, religion or nationality, translate the real wealth we are proud of in front of the world.
The activities introduced the communities living in the UAE to the principles of forgiveness, tolerance, coexistence and love, which are key pillars upon which the tolerant message of Islam was built
The aim of the three-day ‘Flowers of Tolerance’ festival is to commemorate and give global awareness to the virtue of tolerance in the UAE