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Interfaith Programs

Lima Mosque Hosts Interfaith Meeting

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Lima, Peru - The Christian Ministers Alliance and the Islamic Association of Peru joined together on March 9, 2013 under the banner "the uniqueness of God" to share the vision of each faith. The Ambassador for Palestine in Peru and Ecuador also spoke as well as a priest from the Greek Orthodox church.

A number of awards were exchanged at the end of the program, and everyone expressed their desire to work together and create a bigger event in the future.

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