British Prince Charles and his wife Princess Camila, Duchess of Cornwall, visited the Al-Azhar Mosque yesterday, Thursday, with the Grand Imam Dr. The meeting with Ahmed al-Tayeb also received widespread reactions. ; The visit of the British monarch deals with ways to enhance cultural and scientific cooperation between Britain and al-Azhar, enhance dialogue between followers of religions and talk about contemporary humanitarian crises.After the British prince planted the olive tree, he read a poem. Expression of peace.
Al-Azhar’s Grand Sheikh presented Prince Charles with a copy of the “Human Brotherhood Document” signed with Pope Francis in Abu Dhabi 2019.
The Grand Imam explained that al-Azhar had made no effort to promote dialogue and transparency with others, and that al-Azhar had established strong ties with the Church of Canterbury, the Vatican and other international churches. Imam and Pope Francis in Abu Dhabi in 2019.
The benefits of transparency
The Grand Imam explained that it was the courage and wisdom of the British prince and other world leaders who influenced international policy that motivated al-Azhar al-Sharif to open bridges of dialogue with different cultures and religions. For the Church of Canterbury, the Vatican and other Christian churches in the East and West, this transparency had many important benefits, culminating in Pope Francis signing the “Document on Human Brotherhood” with the Pope of the Vatican.
Al-Tayyib said: Al-Azhar is proud of its strong scientific relationship with Britain, the results of which show that many al-Azhar graduates appear to have received the highest academic degrees from major British universities, emphasizing al-Azhar’s interest. Scientific, cultural and religious relations with the British and Anglican Church, pointing to al-Azhar, had several rounds of conversations with the Church of Canterbury and the Archbishop, dear friend Justin Welby, and were able to build bridges of communication between the youth. East and West, to spread the values of peace, tolerance and love.
The great Imam praises them
For his part, the Crown Prince of Britain expressed his great appreciation for the Grand Imam’s efforts over the years, especially in the fight against extremism and extremism, and in promoting a culture of dialogue between religions, and he enthusiastically followed these efforts. Al-Azhar’s Grand Imam has in recent times spread the values of tolerance and acceptance of others, especially his visit to the Vatican and his meeting with Pope Francis as a step towards strengthening interfaith dialogue. Each other.
Prince Charles and his wife Camila are currently on a two-day official visit to Egypt. Muhammad Syed Tantavi.
Olive tree in Jordan
Prince Charles came to Cairo from Amman; During a tour of the Jordan Museum he read verses from the poem entitled “56 Candles” by the poet Haider Mahmoud. In the presence of his wife, Camila, the Duchess of Cornwall, after volunteers planted an olive tree in the Um Guys archeological site, carried a metal spade to help carry the sand from a small bowl to a nearby farm bed. Between the two countries, and Jordan to participate in its founding centenary celebrations.
In a statement from the British Embassy in Amman, the Prince of Wales recalled his first visit to Jordan 36 years ago, and spoke of the warmth and warmth he felt each time he returned home. Charles described his tour of Jordanian history, archeology and development sites brilliantly. Charles Jordan spoke of the distinctive voice of moderation, understanding and tolerance.