Historic challenge for Abrahamic religions

Updated: May 7, 2019


The recent attack by a white supremacist in Christchurch, New Zealand, revealed to us what the most extreme form of Islamophobia can be. The terrorist had reportedly developed a burning hatred of the growing number of Muslims that he saw as “invading his land”. Analysts have pointed out that if this could happen (of all places) in New Zealand, it could happen anywhere.


The rare attack was also a manifestation of the historic “Abrahamic” problem. Relations among the Abrahamic religions of Islam, Christianity and Judaism remain fraught with negativity, tension and hostility. At times they do result in oppression, discrimination and persecution.


Click here to read the full article by Dr. Dino Patti Djalal, Founder of Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia and the 1000 Abrahamic Circles, published on The Jakarta Post

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