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OSCE Participants in Visit to Inter-Religious Council in Bosnia and Herzegovina

December 6, 2019 11:00 AM
OSCE Participants in Visit to Inter-Religious Council in Bosnia and Herzegovina

  The OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) together with OSCE Mission in Kosovo organized a two-day visit to Sarajevo on 2 and 3 December 2019 for women from five religious communities and civil society organizations in Kosovo – Islamic, Orthodox, Catholic, Jewish and Protestant Evangelical. During the visit, […]

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Photograph that shows True Bosnia and Herzegovina!

June 4, 2019 5:00 PM
Photograph that shows True Bosnia and Herzegovina!

On the occasion of the Ramadan Bayram prayer, a reception was organized by the main imam Nevres Hodzic, and traditionally, the reception was attended by representatives of other religious communities in Maglaj. It was an opportunity to guide the messages of communion and peace on the occasion of the Muslim […]

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Conference by Inter religious Council of BiH held in capital Sarajevo

February 16, 2019 2:30 PM
Conference by Inter religious Council of BiH held in capital Sarajevo

The importance of strengthening the Inter-Dialogue in local communities of Bosnia and Herzegovina “is the theme of the conference opened in Sarajevo by the President of the Assembly of the Inter-Religious Council (MRV) in BiH, Husejin Smajic. “MRV remains deeply dedicated to interreligious dialogue in order to build a more […]

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Unity in BiH: Photo shows Representatives of Three Religious Communities!

December 12, 2018 6:15 PM
Unity in BiH: Photo shows Representatives of Three Religious Communities!

The photo that was made on Tuesday in Srebrenica gives hope that Bosnia and Herzegovina still has a bright future. Namely, there are representatives of all three religious communities in Srebrenica, Ahmed ef. Hrustanovic from the Islamic Community in Srebrenica, a priest of the Catholic Church Fra Joso Orsolic and […]

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Where Church Bells and Calls for Prayer intersect: Seven Reasons to visit Sarajevo!

June 27, 2018 11:00 AM
Where Church Bells and Calls for Prayer intersect: Seven Reasons to visit Sarajevo!

Sarajevo, especially its old part, has always been interesting for tourists from around the world. The website The Epoch Times published a story about Sarajevo and ten reasons to visit this city. Muslim and Christian architecture intertwine in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The capital Sarajevo is a cultural center of the […]

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Professor of Catholic Religious Education held a Class in the Mosque in Zepce

December 11, 2017 11:00 AM
Professor of Catholic Religious Education held a Class in the Mosque in Zepce

Ignorance is making stereotypes and prejudices which, in a society such as the one in BiH that is still divided in many segments, can have large consequences. That is why education of young people is so important. The professor of Catholic religious education Branko Rados showed one way to do […]

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Reis-ul-Ulema of IC BiH Kavazovic received Mitropolitan of Dabrobossnian Hrizostom

October 6, 2017 7:45 AM
Reis-ul-Ulema of IC BiH Kavazovic received Mitropolitan of Dabrobossnian Hrizostom

Reis-ul-ulema of the Islamic Community in BiH Husein ef. Kavazovic received the newly elected Mitropolitan of Dabrobossnian Hrizostom in the inaugural visit. They discussed the interreligious dialogue between the Serbian Orthodox Church and the Islamic Community. The interlocutors agreed that religious officials help their nations to overcome divisions and misunderstandings […]

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This is the true Image of BiH

May 13, 2017 12:15 PM
This is the true Image of BiH

Before its barbaric destruction in only one day in 1992, the Emperor’s Mosque (Careva mosque), which was built by Sultan Bayezid II, stood here for five centuries, as announced at the opening ceremony of the Emperor’s Mosque in Foca. The opening ceremony was attended by a large number of believers […]

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How Religious are Citizens of BiH?

April 15, 2015 11:30 AM
How Religious are Citizens of BiH?

In the latest research by the Gallup Inc., in which more than 60 000 people were surveyed, 63 percent of the world’s population considers themselves religious. Research has shown that religiosity increases in parallel with the lack of education. As many as 80 percent of respondents who do not have […]

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