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Ireland’s faith leaders met at a meal organised by the Jewish Representative Council of Ireland to discuss religious turmoil across the globe.

Jewish Community Host Ireland’s Faith Leaders

An unprecedented meeting of senior figures from the major faiths in Ireland has taken place at the Terenure Synagogue Hall in Dublin, as religious representatives gathered for a meal together. The event was organised by the Jewish Representative Council of Ireland. Among the 30 guests were papal nuncio Archbishop Charles Brown, the Catholic Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin, the Church of Ireland Archbishop of Dublin Michael Jackson, retired Church of Ireland primate Alan... 

Dr. Ali Selim, Bishop Brendan Leahy, Rabbi Zalman Lent

Rabbi Lent speaks to Three Faiths Forum on the subject of Global Conflict

Anti-semitism is now a reality in 71 countries though Jews represent just 0.2 per cent of the world’s population, an inter-faith forum has been told in Dublin. Jews “have perished through history . . . because they were different or a perception that they worshipped the same God differently,” said Rabbi Zalman Lent, leader of Ireland’s Hebew congregation. He was speaking at a well-attended Three Faith Forum (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam) discussion on global conflict...