4-As can be seen in particular in the Asian continent.
5-Akbar: Muslim prince who lived in the 12th century (12th): construction was in 1565, Larousse 1997
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** Stumbling block: difficulty - obstacle
9-Moutappa: born in 1956, in Mont Pellier, Christian engaged in interreligious dialogue
See- religions in dialogue Ed: Albin Michel 2002
And god and the revolution of dialogue Ed: Albin Michel 1996
10-Sura 16 "An-Nahl", bees, verse 125
11-Sura 5 "Al-Maidah", the table served, verse 49
12-Sura 3 "Al Imran", Amran's family, verse 64
* Coercion: synonym: constraint and obligation, exercised against someone to force him to act or to induce him to abstain from it by violence or physical and / or psychological threat (Robert)
** Despotism: is a state where a single man "the despot" retains all power and abusively from the gaze of the law. Synonym: any form of tyrannical and oppressive authority. (robert)
13-Sura 49 "Al Hujurat", the apartments, verse 13
14-Sura5 "Al Maidah", the table served, verse 2
15-Statement by Benedict XVI, collected by Francesco Follo, permanent observer of the Holy See at Unesco April 30, 2007. Item N ° 19.
16-Chair: higher education professorship / forum - for teaching a discipline aimed at promoting the discipline it concerns (universal dictionary)
17-Krishnamurti: Educator and philosopher of Indian origin, born in 1895, his thought was based on the conviction that a fundamental change in society could only emerge from a radical upheaval in the individual ... see: At the feet of the master 1902; Editions Adyar Paris.
18-Otherness: is the recognition of the other in his religious and cultural difference
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Interreligious dialogue for the peaceful coexistence of cultures and civilizations ،
Vol 2 No 1 (2013): v2i1
Submitted: Jan 11, 2019
Published: Jun 26, 2013
At the dawn of the 21st century, religion plays a central role in public life, today it is an important sign of identity. In a world exposed to conflicts which are always likely to lead to acts of violence, the exchanges between cultures offer more than ever possibilities of encounter of dialogue and peace: "intercultural and interreligious dialogue is a vital necessity" 3
Exchanges between cultures promote mutual knowledge and mutual respect and imply that we take into account the religions themselves, especially since religious experience is often inscribed at the very heart of culture4. Certainly, cultures are themselves very different, their differences are not only due to the diversity of their languages and their lifestyles, but also to the fact that they do not necessarily convey the same representations of the world, of history or the human person.
key words: religion, respect, diversity, interreligious, human person