Prince Charles claims abuse for promoting inter-faith dialogue
London, Apr.7 (ANI): Britain's Prince Charles has complained of being "abused and ridiculed" over attempts to promote inter-faith dialogue during a visit to Morocco.
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla have been in Morocco since Monday to hold talks on trade, environmental and multi-faith issues.
During a discussion with Islamic scholars at the Al-Qarawiyyin University in Fez, The Telegraph quoted the prince as saying: "One of the hardest things is to remind people of the great truth of traditional Islam, not distorted Islam, and trying to remind people of the great truth of traditional Christianity, not distorted Christianity, and we know there are problems in both religions."
The Prince said it was easier to concentrate on the negative than the positive, adding that 'a certain amount of ridicule had come his way' during his attempts to promote mutual understanding between people of different faiths.
The Prince said he has spent many decades trying to promote better understanding between different religions around the world, and added that he would not allow criticism to block his way.
He said respecting the cultures of other nations was the only way to achieve unity through diversity. (ANI)
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