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Combating Extremism Cancer

Combating Extremism Cancer

May 22, 2016, Brooklyn, NY — Turkish Cultural Center in Brooklyn organized an interfaith discussion, titled “Combating Extremism Cancer” with the partnership of St. Athanasius Church, and Fountain Magazine in Brooklyn. The guest speaker of ...

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Interfaith and Cultural Dialogue Seminar

Interfaith and Cultural Dialogue Seminar

Another Interfaith and Cultural Dialogue dinner was held at Turkish Cultural Center Staten Island (TCCSI) on 22 January 2016. After dinner, The Executive Director of TCCSI invited Director of Interfaith Affairs of the Peace Islands ...

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Celebration of Noah’s Pudding & Early Thanksgiving

Celebration of Noah’s Pudding & Early Thanksgiving

One of the most significant methods of developing strong and long-lasting friendship that is based on mutual esteem can be implied by gathering people together from all walks of life and through endorsing better understanding, ...

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Sacred Stories in Islam and Judaism

Sacred Stories in Islam and Judaism

Turkish Cultural Center-Syracuse, in collaboration with Temple Concord and North Islamic Community Center held the second event called ‘Sacred Stories in Islam and Judaism’ . Two story tellers, Jim Brule from Temple Concord and Prof. ...

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Interfaith Dinner & Discussion

Interfaith Dinner & Discussion

In order to share traditions and comprehend what we have in common, Central Queens YM, the Reform Temple of Forest Hills and Turkish Cultural Center Queens organized an eloquent program of Interfaith Sukkah Dinner & ...

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How do faith-based movements fit into global civil society?

How do faith-based movements fit into global civil society?

How do faith-based movements fit into global civil society? The case of Gulen Movement Institute of Global Affairs, MOYNIHAN, at Maxwell School, Syracuse University held a talk by Dr. Alp Aslandogan on Gulen movement and ...

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