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[7 Feb 2016 | No Comment | ]

I WILL NEVER BE A BYSTANDER
REMEMBERING THE HOLOCAUST
Imam Dr. Zijad Delic

“Whoever saves a single life, saves the entire universe.” (The Talmud / The Qur’an)
There were the Nazi perpetrators, there were the innocent Jewish sisters and brothers, there were too many who remained silent and contributed to the misery of our human sisters and brothers.
However, not all people were silent and mere bystanders! Many did something! They felt the tragedy of Jewish brothers and sisters as if it were their own; they acted and saved lives. They were recorded in history …

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[5 Feb 2016 | No Comment | ]

WHO IS A HUMAN BEING
FATHER JOHN WALSH

The turbulent world in which we are living may well diminish our hopes and our dreams. There are many who believe the end is near. There are prophets of gloom and doom. Pope John XXIIIrd at the opening of the Second Vatican Council responded:
In the daily exercise of our pastoral office, we sometimes have to listen, much to our regret, to voices of persons who, though burning with zeal, are not endowed with too much sense of discretion or measure. In these modern times …

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[5 Feb 2016 | No Comment | ]

WHEN EVERYONE HAS A FACE
RABBI MICHAEL WHITMAN

Most of our communication technologies began as diminished substitutes for an impossible activity. We couldn’t always see one another face to face, so the telephone made it possible to keep in touch at a distance. One is not always home, so the answering machine made a kind of interaction possible without the person being near his phone. Online communication originated as a substitute for telephonic communication, which was considered, for whatever reasons, too burdensome or inconvenient. And then texting, which facilitated yet faster, …

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[8 Jan 2016 | No Comment | ]

CHRISTMAS MESSAGE TO MY CHRISTIAN FRIENDS AND MY PRAYER
Imam Dr. Zijad Delic

Peace be with you all;
In the spirit of mutual understanding, religious open-mindedness and harmony on the occasion of Christmas, I wish all my Christian friends a Merry Christmas. This is the season to mark a time of joy and happiness, a time for families to come together, to remember the birth of the blessed and dear Prophet of God – Jesus (peace be upon him) and a time of peace.
The Muslim Holy Book – the Qur’an – refers to …

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[10 Dec 2015 | No Comment | ]

My Wish for the Holidays
Rabbi Michael Whitman

This year, the Jewish Holiday of Chanukah is in full swing, with the major Holidays of other faiths rapidly approaching. Each Holiday is distinct in meaning and celebration. But there is a commonality I am wishing for in how each of us approaches this significant season.
I urge you to read “Not in God’s Name: Confronting Religious Violence,” by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks. It is a marvelous work that speaks to the crisis in our world today. For a much shorter treatment, please see the essay …