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Construction of ‘Eesa ibn Maryam’ mosque begins for harmony


RAWALPINDI: The construction of ‘Eesa ibn Maryam’ mosque has been started in Punjab city for inter-faith harmony in Pakistan.

According to reports, a mosque is being built in the Christian-majority area of Rawalpindi, which is named ‘Eesa ibn Maryam’.

Religious circles said that this is an excellent example of religious tolerance. It should be noted that in the country, Muslims and Christians from different parts of the country live together and there is a great atmosphere of religious harmony in the country.

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A source said that by respecting each other’s beliefs, important enlightened societies can be formed. It may be recalled that Pakistan has already taken several important steps towards Muslim-Christian unity while the country also has a common mosque and church wall where people worship peacefully.

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