Saturday, July 30, 2016

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Arch. Tutu Receives Gulen Peace Award

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Archbishop Desmond Tutu has been awarded the Gulen Peace Award by the Turquoise Harmony Institute at the annual Ubuntu Awards which was held at the Hilton Hotel in Sandton, Johannesburg.  

Other recipients include Vice-Chancellor of the University of the Witwatersrand

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INTERVIEW with FETHULLAH GULEN

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Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen, who has inspired a worldwide network active in education, charity and outreach, has described large-scale slander, pressure and oppression his Hizmet movement currently faces as worse than that seen during anti-democratic military coup regimes witnessed by Turkey.

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RESPECT TO SACRED-MEETING AT AU

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Abant Platform on Freedom of Expression and Respect to the Sacred

The Turquoise Harmony Institute led a South African delegation to the Abant Platform on Africa, which took place at the African Union headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia from 8-9 March 2014.

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Interfaith Meeting In Durban

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Interfaith Meeting

Turquoise Harmony Institute hosted an interfaith meeting in Durban. Different representatives from different religions, priests, academics and officials have participated to meeting which held at 07/02/2014 in Westville.

 


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Viva Madiba

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Our hearts and our prayers are with the Mandela family and the people of South Africa on the passing of their beloved Madiba. We at the Turquoise Harmony Institute, and the world, will remember Nelson Mandela as one of history's most luminous beacons of hope and amazing courage, as one who struggled for peace and justice for all human beings.

 

Interfaith Seminar in Johannesburg

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Interfaith Seminars in Johannesburg started on 25th of March. Dr.Judith Coyle and Fr.Gerhard Hattinhgh from St. Augustine College has profoundly explained one of the core issues in Christianity, "Easter and the Resurrection". Easter has been discussed through historical perspective and traditions.

   

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