Speech by Imam Adilijiang Ahjikelim, Deputy Secretary General of CCRP, at the Webinar Hosted by CCRP in October 2020

Advocating Islamic Fine Traditions and Contributing to Defeating COVID-19Imam Adilijiang AhjikelimDeputy Secretary-General of China Committee on Religion and PeaceVice President of China Islamic AssociationUnder the strong leadership of the Chinese government, Chinese people finally controlled COVID-19 and restored normal social life by fighting hard against the pandemic and helping each other. However, the pandemic is still rampant in the whole world, and not yet controlled completely. COVID-19 has been a great threat to public health, even life security for all human beings.As a national religious group, the China Islamic Association has played an active role in guiding Chinese Muslims to prevent the virus.First, Notice about preventing and controlling COVID-19 and Read more about Speech by Imam Adilijiang Ahjikelim, Deputy Secretary General of CCRP, at the Webinar Hosted by CCRP in October 2020[…]

Speech by Ven. Sungjin, Executive Director of Paramita Youth Association of Kore, at the Webinar Hosted by CCRP in October 2020

Ven.SungjinMember of KCRPExecutive Director of Paramita Youth Association of Korea The ways of wisdom in the COVID-19 pandemic According to The World Health Organization (WHO), more than 28.2 million people have been infected with COVID-19 in more than 188 countries and more than 911.000 human beings were dead as of 11 September 2020.The pandemic of COVID-19 has threatened to derail coexistence with other humans, societies, and nations. Many borders have been closed and most of the international flights have been grounded yet. Almost all global conferences were delayed or canceled. In addition, the global competition of buying medical equipment, masks, and a vaccine against COVID-19 is getting hotter day by day.The whole Read more about Speech by Ven. Sungjin, Executive Director of Paramita Youth Association of Kore, at the Webinar Hosted by CCRP in October 2020[…]

Speech by Mr. Essan Secundar, President of Religions for Peace Belgium, at the Webinar Hosted by CCRP in Oct. 202

Mr.Essan SecundarPresident of Religions for Peace BelgiumRespected Chair of Development and Environment committee of ACRP,Respected President of CCRP, board members of CCRP, respected representatives, and Friends.Greetings from Religions for peace Belgium.Thank you very much to give me the opportunity to say a few words during this Webinar, which is very important to share our experiences of how interfaith unity playing a crucial role, controlling the pandemic of Covid-19.Religions for Peace Belgium is working regularly with different religious responsible to know how they are organizing their religious activities during the pandemic and also informing their followers, providing vital information and other measures to protect themselves and their families by following guidance Read more about Speech by Mr. Essan Secundar, President of Religions for Peace Belgium, at the Webinar Hosted by CCRP in Oct. 202[…]

Speech by Mr. David Horner, Secretary and Trustee of Religions for Peace UK, at the Webinar Hosted by CCRP in Oct. 2020

 Mr.David HornerSecretary and Trustee of Religions for Peace UK Solidarity and Cooperation-Multi-Religious Response to COVID-19 and Shared Well-being Dear Friends,I am delighted and honored to be with all of you here today and my grateful thanks to the China Committee on Religion and Peace for arranging this important event and inviting me to speak to you.Firstly a brief word about Religions for Peace United Kingdom. We are a registered charity operating throughout the United Kingdom. We have no government funding and depend on gifts and donations. Our trustees and supporters represent all the major faith traditions of the United Kingdom – Christians, Buddhists, Sikhs, Hindus, Muslims, Jews, Zoroastrians, and other faiths. Britain Read more about Speech by Mr. David Horner, Secretary and Trustee of Religions for Peace UK, at the Webinar Hosted by CCRP in Oct. 2020[…]

Speech by Principal Sukomal Barua at the Webinar Hosted by CCRP in Oct. 2020

Principal SukomalBaruaPresident, Religions for Peace Asia – Bangladesh ChapterMost Ven. Pagbalha GelegNamgyai, President of CCRPMr. Deng Zonliang, Honorable Executive Vice President of CCRPMr. La Can, Honorable Secretary General of CCRPAnd Honourable CCRP Leaders,Greetings of Peace to you all.It is a great opportunity for me to be able to participate in this very important webinar. I thank the honorable CCRP leaders for kindly allowing me to speak a few words here.Today we are living in the world of diversity in culture, political, and economic systems. In this world, different people may have different opinions on different problems. Yet, there are problems common to all and we are interested in finding an answer to them. Read more about Speech by Principal Sukomal Barua at the Webinar Hosted by CCRP in Oct. 2020[…]

Speech by Mr. Khalid Marwat, President of Religions for Peace Pakistan, at the Webinar Hosted by CCRP in Oct. 2020

Mr. Khalid MarwatPresident of Religions for Peace PakistanPakistan, as located in a strategic position on the global map with a responsible country, encountered the COVID-19 pandemic as we just got out of the war against terror in a successful manner and the same successful result was also achieved against this deadly virus.The financial constraints being faced as a developing country made us stronger and encouraging to stop this time testing element. The lockdowns throughout the country in rural and urban areas were strictly imposed without any discrimination of religion, sect, or ethnicity as the less privileged in financial aspect was the main hurdle to practically impose it but the government Read more about Speech by Mr. Khalid Marwat, President of Religions for Peace Pakistan, at the Webinar Hosted by CCRP in Oct. 2020[…]

Speech by Rev. Nobuhiro Nemoto, Secretary-General of ACRP, at the Webinar Hosted by CCRP in Oct. 2020

Rev. Nobuhiro NemotoSecretary-General of ACRPCongratulations on the webinar conference today on the theme “Multi-religious concerted efforts and cooperation to promote common well-being for human beings” organized by CCRP.It is my greatest honor and pleasure to be invited and given the opportunity to speak at this very important conference.  This is a critical time to bring together the wisdom of religions to contribute to the well-being of humanity through dialogue and cooperation.Firstly, I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to the organizers, the Living Buddha, Ven. Pagbalha Geleg Namgyai, President of CCRP, Mr. Deng Zongliang, Executive Vice President of CCRP, Mr. Lacan, the Secretary-General of CCRP, and all the members Read more about Speech by Rev. Nobuhiro Nemoto, Secretary-General of ACRP, at the Webinar Hosted by CCRP in Oct. 2020[…]

Speech by Dr.Azza Karam, Secretary General of Religions for Peace, at the Webinar Hosted by CCRP in Oct. 2020

Dr.Azza KaramSecretary-General of Religions for PeaceGreetings of peace to each all of you.My name is Azza Karam, and I have the privilege to serve as Secretary-General of Religions for Peace. I’m deeply honored to be able to have your opportunity to address you today. I wish I could be with you. However, as a result of many circumstances, I’m very pleased that Mr.Lacan, Secretary-General of Religions for Peace China, has very graciously allowed me this opportunity to still somehow be able to be with you. I wish to thank very much the venerable Pagbalha Geleg Namgyai, the President of CCRP, and Mr.Deng Zongliang, the Executive Vice President of CCRP. Please Read more about Speech by Dr.Azza Karam, Secretary General of Religions for Peace, at the Webinar Hosted by CCRP in Oct. 2020[…]