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Speeches

Equitable (distributive/restorative) practical sharing of natural/material and social (non-material) resources and their community-centered management can reduce inequality and its various manifestations.

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Distinguished guests and the very honored delegation of the great nation of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

You are highly welcome in Jerusalem, the Holy City for all the monotheistic believers in the world. Over half of humanity—Muslims, Christians, Jews, Druze and others—have spiritual relations to Jerusalem and to the Holy Land, mainly in regard to the their Holy Scriptures, in which the creation of the world and humanity is described.

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The aim of this short article is to present a Jewish holy site in the Jewish quarter of the old city of Jerusalem. This holy site does not need any definition of the status quo. Moreover, along its history, this place was not under any conflict (except during very few occasions) with the government authorities.

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Cities are the locus of human diversity; their policies, structures and institutions can significantly contribute to fostering cohesive, stimulating, safe and fulfilled communities.

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The Cooperative Biological Engagement Program, the U.S. Navy, and the U.S. Army have deployed six mobile labs to Liberia that are currently providing diagnostic capabilities that are so important to containing and reducing the Ebola Virus. These six mobile labs are enhancing the work already being done by three experts at the Liberian Institute for Biomedical Research lab.

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Let's make a commitment now to come closer together, to work harder together, and to make Peru and indeed the whole of Latin America part of a peaceful and prosperous world.

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In times past, conflicts, poverty, religions and ethnocentrism in all forms helped shape inter-cultural and interreligious discourses. These discourses in many parts of the world are often marked by violence and intractable conflicts following religious as well as ethnic divides in our pluralistic world.

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We all have to come together, and to work together we have to talk to each other. From this dialogue the best knowledge system will emerge.

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There is a the urgent need to plant, cultivate and nurture a new and refreshing attitude of openness in mind and heart, an essential disposition in understanding and living through the relations between Muslims and Christians.

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Unless we seize this moment, we risk facilitating the next great clash of civilizations between Islam and the Western world.

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We need to work for the reconciliation of humanity with the legacy of history that has resulted in a multi-polar world, politically, culturally and religiously.

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We should overcome the differences of the past, tackle misunderstandings, unite and cooperate in a forward-looking spirit.

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