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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

'Jewish Schindler' reaches goal of saving more than 1,200 Muslim and Christian refugees

BERLIN — Canadian philanthropist Yank Barry – dubbed the Jewish Schindler – last week surpassed his goal of helping 1,200 Middle Eastern refugees, Muslim, Christian and Yazidi, from war-torn and oppressive countries, helping them rebuild their lives in Bulgaria. His aim was to replicate the number of Jews (1,200) Oskar Schindler, a Catholic German businessman, saved during the Holocaust. The refugees are from Iran, Syria and Iraq. Barry, who previously told The Jerusalem Post

Meet the Muslims who sacrificed themselves to save Jews and fight Nazis in World War II

WASHINGTON — Noor Inayat Khan led a very unusual life. She was born in 1914 to an Indian Sufi mystic of noble lineage and an American half-sister of Perry Baker, often credited with introducing yoga into America. As a child, she and her parents escaped the chaos of revolutionary Moscow in a carriage belonging to Tolstoy’s son. Raised in Paris in a mansion filled with her father’s students and devotees, Khan became a virtuoso of the harp and the veena, dressed in Western clothes, graduated from the Sorbonne and published a book of children’s tales — all before she was 25. One year later, in May

Muslims' WW2 help for Jews displayed at Cardiff synagogue

CARDIFF, Wales — An exhibition charting the role Muslims played in saving Jewish lives in the Holocaust goes on show in Cardiff on Sunday. Stanley Soffa, chair of Jewish Representative Council for South Wales who has brought it to Wales said it was a "heroic story". It is part of Open Doors 2014, the annual event offering free entry to many attractions throughout September. The programme is 

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