The interest of Indian Muslims and the country cannot be separate


New Delhi, March 1: This is what King Abdullah II of Jordan said while speaking at the same conference on 'Islamic Heritage: Promoting Understanding and Moderation', in Delhi, "Jordan is working globally for dialogue in peace. The world is one family. However different our countries and people are we have shared responsibility to each other as well as future. Too much of what is heard in news and what is seen about religion today is all about what separates people. Around the world suspicions are inflamed by what different groups don't know abt others. Such ideologies of hate distort the word of God to stir conflict.

"Today's global war against terror is not a fight between different religions or people. It is between all faiths and communities against extremism, hate and violence," he added.

He was very strict in giving the message. "We can't afford to allow young people to be left without hope trapped in isolation and vulnerable to false promises of outlaw groups. Inclusion is path to co-existence we need, we need to build strong successful countries,our strongest defence against turmoil," saidKing Abdullah II of Jordan.