Vatican's Islamic interlocutor emerging among leaders of new Libyan regime
Catholic World News - September 09, 2011
Aref Ali Nayed, one of the 138 Islamic leaders who answered Pope Benedict’s challenge to engage in inter-religious dialogue, has been named to the “transitional council” planning for the installation of a new government in Libya.
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