Catholics, Jews, Moslems Form Friendship Society in Paris

“Abraham’s Friendship,” a society of Jews, Catholics and Moslems, held its first meeting to “promote justice, peace and freedom throughout the world.” The official purpose of the new group was given as to “encourage sincere friendship between the three religions which have common roots from the days of Abraham.

Founders included Catholic philosopher Jacques Nantet, Jewish sociologist Robert Aron, Moslem leader Si Hamza Boubakeur and Catholic priests Fathers Danielou and Riquet

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