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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, Muslim communities come together in Calgary

CALGARY, Alberta — A day doesn’t seem to pass in the world without some conflict erupting among people of different faiths. But in Calgary recently, Jewish and Muslim leaders have been coming together in dialogue. A series of meetings have led to the formation of the Calgary Jewish-Muslim Council. “The direct impetus for the CJMC was concern about the lack of civility and respect during last summer’s demonstrations regarding the Israel-Palestinian conflict,” say the groups in a joint statement. “After … calling for peaceful

Christians, Muslims break bread together in Oklahoma

BROKEN ARROW, Okla. — Thursday, Nov. 14, the Raindrop Foundation hosted an early Thanksgiving and interfaith dialogue dinner at the Turkish Cultural Center in Broken Arrow.“It was a very special event for all of us,” said Yusuf Dundar, executive director of the Turkish Cultural Center. “We shared Thanksgiving dinner with the sisters from St. Joseph Monastery in Tulsa. Not only did we share our meal but also

At Florida International University interfaith event, gratitude can be therapeutic

MIAMI — You know that Thanksgiving tradition where everyone goes around the table saying what they’re thankful for? Well, Kelli Romano and her family do something similar every night. “It’s something we actually do with our daughter. Every night, as a family, we say one thing that we’re grateful for from that day,” said Romano, 34, of Biscayne Park. “It’s something we’ve done every night since she could talk.” The Romanos’ nighttime ritual was a topic of discussion during an interfaith Thanksgiving dinner Sunday night. Some 85 

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