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Shalom, Salaam, Peace

Abrahamic Alliance International is a faith-based, non-profit organization uniting Jews, Christians, and Muslims for active peacebuilding and poverty relief. Our mission is to unite Jews, Christians, and Muslims everywhere to cooperate and collaborate in building peace through:
  • Teaching seminars to build mutual respect and better understanding of each other's faith and culture.
  • Helping the poor, suffering and marginalized through local community service.
  • Mentoring peacemakers according to the sacred Scriptures of our respective faith communities.
  • Relieving extreme poverty internationally through generosity, educational empowerment, and compassionate service.

Top News

Stop the Anti-Semitism When Talking Gaza

Criticism of Israel’s actions in Gaza is one thing. But anti-Semitism is quite another. Keep it away. Far, far away. At a crowded Muslim-American event I attended Sunday in North Jersey, Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN), the first Muslim elected to Congress, spoke about a range of issues. The audience, many of whom have supported Ellison since he was first elected in 2006, cheered many of his comments, but the biggest applause line came when Ellison said: “There’s absolutely no place for anti-Semitism in discussing Israeli policy.” And that reaction is not atypical in my experience.

Peace rally in Paris unites Jews and Muslims

PARIS — Several hundred people gathered in the centre of Paris on Sunday to demonstrate for peace. The Israel-Palestine rally was supported by several organisations including the French Union of Jewish Students who joined Muslim groups for the march. 18-year-old student Celena Azouaoui was exasperated by the rise of hatred in the wake of the Gaza war, and wanted to show that people could unite despite their disagreements. She used Facebook to mobilize people around this cause. The rally was supported by several organisations like SOS

Muslims and Jews join to provide health care to those in need

HOUSTON — In other parts of the world, Jews and Muslims coming together to plant seeds of peace and good health might seem unrealistic right now. In Houston, a longtime Muslim group - the Ibn Sina Foundation, which provides low-cost health care to the uninsured and indigent through its seven clinics - will be joined by members of the Jewish Congregation Brith Shalom to provide more medical resources throughout the city. The synagogue's rabbi, Ranon Teller, described the effort as part of what it means to be Jewish. "We must serve the community to live the complete Jewish life," Teller said. "That means serving the Jewish community, and it also means serving the larger community. Doing this kind of work together can help build bonds, build relationships and till the soil of people's hearts. In this way, diversity is the soil of peace." The Ibn Sina Foundation was named after an 11th-century Persian Muslim named Ibn Sina - often known by Westerners as "Avicenna" - who was a prominent figure in the early "golden age" from the ninth to the 12th

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