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CNSNews : State Department Uses Facebook to Fight ‘Against Hate’ and ‘Stop Bigotry’

Farah-PardithFarah Pardith, special representative to Muslim communities for the U.S. Department of State, said on Nov. 22, 2011 that she wants to recruit youth around the world to stop hate.

Hannah Rosenthal, special envoy and head of the Office to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism for the U.S. Department of State, spoke on Nov. 22, 2011 at the Rumi Forum in Washington, D.C.

(CNSNews.com/Penny Starr).

 

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Toward a culture of coexistence

 

ABUJA, NIGERIA -- I am currently attending a conference titled “Establishing a Culture of Coexistence and Mutual Understanding.” As the conference organizers rightly underline, Nigeria is an important and relevant place for this conference not only because of its cultural, linguistic, ethnic and religious diversity, but also because it is where volunteers of the Hizmet movement inspired by Fethullah Gülen's ideas have established 16 schools, a university and a hospital.

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WHITE HOUSE: Celebrating Interfaith Collaboration with the Rumi Forum

White HouseThe Rumi Forum honored their 2011 RUMI Peace and Dialogue Award honorees last evening at the National Press Club Ballroom in Washington DC. The 2011 RUMI Awards gala honored extraordinary individuals and organizations who have greatly contributed their time, energy, leadership and dedication to the cause of dialogue, peace, community service and understanding.

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Rumi Forum bestows peace and dialogue awards

Rumi Forum 2011 awardsThe prestigious Rumi Forum awards were presented to people who contributed in peace and dialogue initiatives in advancing interfaith cooperation in the US.

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Kentucky Chapter commemorates 9/11 Victims

Illinois SenateLocal fire, police officials reflect on 9/11

The UK chapter of the Rumi Forum invited local public safety officials to the Hilary J. Boone center Wednesday for a special 9/11 tribute.

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Interfaith dialog advocated at iftar dinner in Washington

Illinois SenateThe Rumi Forum and the Turkic American Alliance (TAA) of Washington, D.C., organizations in the Washington metropolitan area promoting interfaith dialog and peace, organized the Annual Intercultural İftar Dinner.

 

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Gulen Institute Honor World Youth in Washington DC

Ebru NewsIn the first year since the Gulen Institute Youth Platform launched its international essay contest, it has succeeded in attracting entries from students all over the world.

More than 600 students from 53 countries and 35 states in the U.S. sent in their essays.

The topic: “The use of military means as a solution to today’s international and national political issues: Diplomacy or war, democracy or military coup?”

The Gulen Institute along with the Rumi Forum in Washington, D.C. invited winners of the essay contest on a 4-day excursion to Washington, D.C. between April 4th and April 8th.

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Kentucky Kernel: Intercultural Dialogue Organization shows love

Kentucky KernelFor decades, many organizations at UK have focused on reaching out to the student population by promoting positive missions throughout the school year.

In 2006, the Intercultural Dialogue Organization has been successful with their mission to promote respect and love toward all cultures, backgrounds and religions.

The organization was founded by Mehmet Saracoglu, a graduate research assistant in the mining engineering departing, with the help from Peter Berres, a former professor in the College of Health Science.

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Hizmet Essay Contest 2014

The Hizmet Essay Contest is a contest series that encourages research on the Hizmet movement and Fethullah Gulen. The contest aims to motivate individuals to research the works of Fethullah Gulen and the activities of various Hizmet institutions locally and globally, with the purpose of addressing how the Hizmet movement contributes to the individual, the community, society and the world in general.

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Fethullah Gulen's Interview with BBC News

Fethullah Gulen was interviewed by BBC News recently.

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Fethullah Gulen's Recent Interview with the Wall Street Journal

Fethullah Gulen's recent interview with the Wall Street Journal on January 21 2014

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Honorary President

Fethullah Gulen Fethullah Gulen is regarded as the founder and inspirer of the global social movement known as the Hizmet (Service) Movement, more popularly known as the Gulen Movement.

 

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