multireligious

multireligious

(ˌmʌltɪrɪˈlɪdʒəs)
adj
belonging to or following more than one religion(of a country, society, etc) having followers of more than one religion
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The statement also calls on faith communities "to reach out to one another in trust, mutual respect and friendship to achieve goals which serve all humanity and Mother Earth." It encourages multireligious advocacy for the protection of the environment based on the argument that "all religions teach appreciation for the works of the Creator".
He expressed his disapproval of the boycott, saying harmony was vital to Malaysia as a multiracial, multicultural, and multireligious country.
Council member Sameer Albaharn emphasized that BiH, as well as the kingdom of Bahrain, is a multiethnic and multireligious state, and that as such it should be an example of coexistence and tolerance for others.
Obasanjo, Danjuma and other top military officers fought a civil war between 1966 and 1970 to preserve Nigeria's multireligious and heterogeneous status.
Zahra Khan says that Naiza's practice revives the multicultural and multireligious history of Manora Island and she is the ideal artist to represent Pakistan on this exciting global stage.
The attacks were probably inspired, encouraged and possibly assisted by the so-called Islamic State, and-on a population adjusted basis-amounted to a 9/11 level attack on a multicultural and multireligious state, killing more than 320 people thus far across nine sites with hundreds more wounded.
For this purpose, it analyzes robust interactions between various Islamic identities with majority non-Muslim ones, in which the former struggles unabatedly to find a place inside the latter, even though Islam per se is deeply embedded in the multireligious past of Europe.
A century later, Aleppo was still trading with the Ottoman Empire and although its external trade with foreign countries was diminishing, its multiracial and multireligious population lived peacefully.
Thus, Rabin asserts in her conclusion, American religion should be understood as "a mobile assemblage of resources for living, collected in and out of secular and multireligious networks and markets, institutions, and ideologies." (145).
TASS quoted Russia's Foreign Ministry as saying that "the Russian side reiterated its position in support of independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Lebanon -- and its interest in further development of Russia's traditionally friendly relations with the multireligious Lebanese people," during Arslan's meeting.
What is the meaning of catholicity in a globalizing and multireligious world?