Doha International Center for Interfaith Dialogue was established as a result of a recommendation of the Fifth Doha Interfaith Conference on May 2007 in Doha. The center was opened officially in May 2008. The main role of the centre will primarily be to spread the culture of dialogue, the peaceful coexistence of humanity and the acceptance of others.
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DICID- Woolf Institute Lecture Series / Compassion and Violence - Professor Karen Armstrong

DICID Received the former Tunisian foreign minister
HE Dr. Ibrahim bin Saleh Al Naimi, Chairman of the Doha International Dialogue Center, received in his office HE Dr. Rafiq Abdel Salam, former Tunisian Foreign Minister and Director of the Center for Strategic and Diplomatic Studies.
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A Anglican Church delegation visited the Doha Center for Interfaith Dialogue
A delegation from the Anglican Church, led by Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Cyprus and the Gulf, visited the Doha Center for Interfaith Dialogue 19 December 2017.
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