Archives for posts with tag: religion
What #Pet for #Trumps‘s White House? via Huffington Post
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
Bond between American Presidents and their pets has helped humanize both the Commander in Chief and animal. What though if the President-Elect has never really had a pet and is not particularly inclined to such a relationship? (Read More and Listen to Cat Stevens “I Love My Dog.”)
In Majority-Muslim Bosnia & Herzegovina, a Small Jewish Community Still Thrives
DiplomatArtist.com shares a message of hope coming from Bosnia & Herzegovina. We are all Americans – Jews, Muslims, Christians, Hindus, Buddhists, atheists, etc. and should also be reminded of the Global Citizen in all of us.

Eid ul Adha – a holiday to come together to thank God for our blessings and to share with those hungry and less fortunate as well as family & friends – Eid Mubarek from Susan & Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey & DiplomatArtist.com

 
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey via Huffington Post
Recent terror in Europe and US has been ever more frequently committed by those who appear to have little motivation or connection to the “cause.” — Read MORE —
The “Loser Terrorist”?
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey via Huffington Post
Recent terror in Europe and US has been ever more frequently committed by those who appear to have little motivation or connection to the “cause.” — Read MORE —

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From Diplomat Artist Buzz – Lebanese Lydia Canaan stands out as global citizen & diplomat artist. Her world-renown music talent & spirit as ambassador for the future are where inclusiveness & peace are the answer to exclusion & conflict. Capture more of Lydia’s spirit of “artistic diplomacy” in her inspirational poem “Humanity Wake Up & Fight” & selection of her music on YouTube & SoundCloud links. — MORE —
http://diplomatartist.com/diplomacy-art/

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World Interfaith Week – Religions must Come Together to Marginalize Haters Killing in their Name
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
Religion is not under attack from another religion but mostly from within who would exploit and pervert for their own power or other self-promoting and/or aggrandizement agenda.
http://diplomatartist.com/world-interfaith-week-religions-…/

ah_prod_diplomacy_pic3_enStudent Diplomat at Montclair State University, tackles an important topic, “Division Between Religion & Diplomacy.” She addresses religion as a controversial element when considering foreign policies that should be handled wisely in the decision-making process. You can now weigh in your comments directly to the article.

http://diplomatartist.com/division-between-religion-and-diplomacy-2/

Is Sport Hunting a Sin? By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey

Religion may blindly cling to “tradition,” even when in contradiction, or it can help lead into a greater sense of the oneness of the life and the responsibility that we all have to our earth, other persons, and living beings.

Is Pope Francis Resurrecting Organized Religion? By Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey

Pope Francis in his first crucial year has exhibited a degree of humility that has given hope to masses and challenged the orthodoxy of a comfortably numb establishment.