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The Abrahamic Reunion CC

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Our next planned event is an inter-religious Iftar dinner during the coming holy month of Ramadan.

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15 Members

Traditions: Christian, Islam, Druze , Jewish See All

Action Area: Interfaith and Intercultural Understanding and Dialogue

Region: Middle East and North Africa

Website: http://www.c-r-t.org

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Our purpose is to bring healing and reconciliation between the Children of Abraham in the Holy Land...

We intend to bring the voice of the religious leaders of Jewish, Christian, Muslim and Druze communities to be heard as a force for rebuilding trust between our religious communities. We also travel as a group to different parts of the world to give public forums, giving hope that peace in the Holy Land is possible.

The Abrahamic Reunion Cooperation Circle was originally formed from an informal network of spiritual peacemakers who journeyed together to the Parliament of the World's Religions in Barcelona in July 2005, and who held a founding retreat in Istanbul in September 2006. Since then, the AR has held over a dozen interfaith events in towns and villages across Israel. A typical event includes an interfaith dinner, discourse and prayer, and a public walk together through the town. The group also supports interfaith social projects such as emergency relief for people affected by violence, and a variety of interfaith projects spearheaded by individual members.

Our dream is to become a force for global healing. A reunited family of Abraham in the Holy Land can become a role model for people everywhere.

February 24, 2016 12:39 PM

Abrahamic Pulse Global Prayer for Syria

Eighty people made the multi-faith journey to the Golan Heights, gathering on the Syria border.


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July 15, 2015 9:11 AM

Abrahamic Reunion Leadership Meeting in Jerusalem

Recently our Abrahamic Reunion CC held a leadership meeting at Tantur Ecumenical Institute with founding members of our Abrahamic Reunion, local coordinators and international supporters of our work from the Global Hope Fund and Rising Tide International.