Welcome to RIIFS

 
Established in 1994 in Amman, Jordan, under the patronage of HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talal, the Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies (RIIFS) provides a venue in the Arab world for the interdisciplinary study and rational discussion of religion and religious issues, with particular reference to Christianity in Arab and Islamic society. More recently, RIIFS has broadened its focus to include all issues pertaining to religious, cultural and civilizational diversity, regionally and globally. (more)

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The International Conference on The Islamic Sciences in the Western World

The International Conference on The Islamic Sciences in the Western World

 

 

THE ISLAMIC SCIENCES IN THE WESTERN WORLD  (MIDDLE AGES - RENAISSANCE)  EXCHANGES, TRANSMISSION, INFLUENCE

 

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Jahida Wehbe in Amman

Jahida Wehbe in Amman

Jahida Wehbe in Amman 

 

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THE ISLAMIC SCIENCES IN THE WESTERN WORLD  (MIDDLE AGES - RENAISSANCE)  EXCHANGES, TRANSMISSION, INFLUENCE

THE ISLAMIC SCIENCES IN THE WESTERN WORLD (MIDDLE AGES - RENAISSANCE) EXCHANGES, TRANSMISSION, INFLUENCE

THE ISLAMIC SCIENCES IN THE WESTERN WORLD  (MIDDLE AGES - RENAISSANCE)  EXCHANGES, TRANSMISSION, INFLUENCE

 

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Common Values in Facing Extremist Thought

Common Values in Facing Extremist Thought

The workshop on “Common Values in Facing Extremist Thought” was launched in Amman this morning, Friday 16 December 2016. It is organized by the Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies and the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom, with the participation of a number of youths from various governorates, representing a number of organizations.
Dr. Majeda Omar, Director of the Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies, said in the opening session that “the environment which sponsors extremism of diverse forms is in reality an environment that is opposed to human values and dialogue between cultures which focuses on shared values and dialogue between the adherents of religions that is based upon mutual respect and recognition of the other.”

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