The United Muslim Christian Forum was established by His Eminence, El Sheikh Syed Mubarik Ali Shah Gilani, Vice Chancellor of the International Qur'anic Open University to recognize similarities between Muslims and Christians, diminish differences and seek a new solid foundation of joint respect based on the unchallenged commandments of God and love for the blessed Messengers of God (peace upon them all).
By taking time to recognize similarities between Muslims and Christians, the UMCF seeks to collaborate on projects that improve the community, society, and the world by building on a foundation of joint respect based on submission to Almighty God and love for the blessed Messengers of God. Become a member of the UMCF and take the first step to unity through dialog sessions, joint activities, events, conferences, and socials.
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Our aim is to first and foremost, encourage humanity and morality. The goal is to develop a humanitarian view by all - behaving in a way that respects each other's rights and values and promotes universal neutral commands from the Gospel and the Holy Quran. We must join each other in various functions such as the celebration of the Birthday of Jesus son of Mary (peace be upon him), The Birthday of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), Thanksgiving, Eids, etc.
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Why Join Us?
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The United Muslim Christian Forum (UMCF) is dedicated to propagating positive relationships between all "God-Fearing" people of the world. The UMCF recognizes that Muslims and Christians, who make up over half the world's population, must join together to stand up against the atrocities of war, injustice, and cruel suffering.
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The UMCF Discussion Forum
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The UMCF Discussion Forum! Log in to our forum to discuss news events, learning topics, community concerns and subject matters related to interfaith dialogue and the continuous quest for peace in our world. Visit the UMCF Forum