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Al-Romaihi valued highly the initiative of the international foundation --National Georgraphic- to organise the 15-day event and to publish the photos in a documentary book which highlights Bahrain's deep-rooted history, touristic and civilisational landmarks and contemporary achievements.
MANAMA: The inauguration of The King Hamad Global Centre for Peaceful Co-Existence was hailed as an addition to the many civilisational and humanitarian initiatives of His Majesty King Hamad.
Instead, they seek to derive unfounded pretexts for their attitude from religion or traditions, or by sewing intimidation from the unknown and warning against damages that would affect civilisational and cultural identity.
It also aims to enhance tourism experience in the country and project the civilisational, cultural, artistic and tourist features of the state.
Ramona hailed the sultanate's civilisational renaissance achieved in various fields.
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The guest expressed his admiration over the unique civilisational
India and Afghanistan enjoy deep rooted civilisational links.
by ONA The Chinese guest expressed his admiration over the unique civilisational landmarks in the Sultanate generally and the Governorate of Muscat in particular.
These are loaded terms, civilisational terms, and culturally coded registers.
PRESIDENT Pranab Mukherjee reminded the nation to keep alive the core civilisational values of diversity, tolerance and plurality that have kept India united for centuries.
The General Authority of Islamic Affairs and Endowments warned against distorting the principles of Islam, defaming its civilisational vision and misrepresenting its future.