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News

Wednesday 31st October 2018

Categories:
All faiths, Integration, Mutuality, Pluralism, Respect, United

Interfaith Forum Shares Thoughts and Prayers with people of Pittsburgh

Dublin City Interfaith Forum members extend their thoughts and prayers to the victims and families of the callous terrorist attack carried out at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA, we are praying together with the families of the victims and the injured and we stand in solidarity with the people and communities of Pittsburgh in these difficult times, as the recent attack is a brutal reminder that our diverse communities must come together to work for peace.

There are no words to express the sadness felt at the atrocities that took place in Pittsburgh. These times remind us of the importance in staying united as communities and faith groups. Peace, harmony and respect should be the key drivers of this unity during these horrific times.

Our hearts and prayers are with the victims and families of the Tree of Life Synagogue terrorist attack. Our voice is one: we strongly condemn the horrific acts of terrorism perpetrated in the name of religion. We are deeply saddened by yet another gross attack on innocent lives.

Dublin City Interfaith Forum reaffirms its commitment to work towards building a society where people from diverse faith backgrounds live together in harmony with no fear of the other.