On April 15, 2017, while their children were in the midst of the youth camp, the members of our congregation arranged a trip to Lancaster. They met up with Muslims there and took a trip around Lancaster to visit its landmarks. The trip culminated with 
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On the April 1, 2017, Respect Graduate School, in cooperation with Lehigh Dialogue Center organized a seminar on the rights of people, especially those who have been racially profiled in light of recent events. The speaker was Joseph Welsh, ACLU-PA State Board, and LV chapter member, 
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On March 4, 2017 Lehigh Dialogue Center hosted people from different religions for an Interfaith Gathering and Dinner program. The event was organized by Temple Covenant of Peace. The event started with dinner and then proceeded to a panel discussion titled “How we view the 
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July 15, 2016 Lehigh Dialogue Center Condemnation Message of Military Coup Attempt in Turkey News media reported about developments in Turkey today regarding actions of Turkish Armed Forces. For more than 40 years, Fethullah Gulen and Hizmet participants have advocated for, and demonstrated their commitment 
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June 12, 2016 – We condemn the horrifying mass shooting in Florida this morning that left more than 50 dead and injured many more. This act of terror is an attack on our common humanity and values. It is more important than ever to stand 
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Ramadan Tent Dinner brings a flavor of the East to Bethlehem About 100 Americans and Turks broke bread and baklava last week in Bethlehem. The 10th annual Intercultural Dialogue and Friendship Ramadan Dinner celebrated the ninth month of the lunar Islamic calendar on Wednesday and 
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On 23 February, 2017 FBI Chief Tom Marakovitz visited our institution, Lehigh Dialogue Center and informed our community about FBI.
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When Foreign Policy and Prospect magazine asked readers to vote for the world’s top public intellectual, one man won in a landslide: Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen, an inspirational leader to millions of followers around the world and persona non grata to many in his native 
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The Arab uprisings, which were long in the making but caught everyone by surprise, are now in their fourth year. It remains as difficult today as it was four years ago to reach conclusions about developments that have brought both hope and despair to a 
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Now organizers at the Lehigh Dialogue Center have adopted the tradition in some Muslim countries of setting up tents to offer iftar dinners to the poor and needy by hosting a special iftar dinner for members of the Allentown community. It was a night that 
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