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Statements for Peaceful Coexistence

The database of statements is a collection of statements published online made by religious leaders, religious institutions and interreligious organizations for peaceful coexistence, as well as against the use of violence in the name of religion. The statements are accessible through hyperlinks to publically available online sources and resources.  

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Note: The content displayed below is in chronological order of the date on which the statements were made or published

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Islam

Marrakesh Declaration

By: Marrakesh Declaration
27 Jan, 2016

Marrakesh Declaration WHEREAS, conditions in various parts of the Muslim World have deteriorated dangerously due to the use of violence and armed struggle as a tool for settling conflicts and imposing one's point of view; WHEREAS, this situation has also weakened the authority of legitimate...

Saudi ArabiaIslam

Mufti of the Kingdom calls for an executive plan to promote moderation

By: Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia
18 Aug, 2014

Mufti of the Kingdom calls for an executive plan to promote moderation

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