Breaking bread, piercing prejudice: how a Ramadan meal united faiths | Amrit Dhillon

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Concerned about the portrayal of Muslims in India, author Nazia Erum hosted a multi-faith dinner in New Delhi to lay a few misconceptions to rest

At a dinner in a Delhi home on Sunday, guests around the table were asked to write down one stereotype that they – Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Hindus – had about one another. The purpose? Breaking prejudices while breaking bread together.

The interfaith meal was prompted by the hosts’ desire to address preconceptions about Muslims, whom they feel have been targeted under Narendra Modi’s government.

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Source : https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2018/jun/14/breaking-bread-piercing-prejudice-meal-united-faiths-delhi-nazia-erum-saba-dewan-rahul-roy
Auteur : Amrit Dhillon in New Delhi
Date de parution : 14 June 2018 | 10:56 am