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Jordanian prince will join in Assisi meeting

Catholic World News - July 05, 2011

The Jordanian prince who headed a group of Muslim scholars inviting Christians to dialogue will take part in the inter-religious meeting at Assisi in October.

Prince Ghazi bin Muhammad bin Talal, who backed the 2007 initiative in which 130 Muslim leaders wrote to Pope Benedict XVI and other Christian leaders, has announced his plans to accept the Pope’s invitation to the Assisi event. The Jordanian leader heads the Royal Institute for Islamic Thought.

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  • Posted by: voxfem - Jul. 05, 2011 6:52 PM ET USA

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