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Pujya Brahmavihari Swami, Leader of the Hindu Community and Head of BAPS Hindu Mandir in Abu Dhabi

Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, has announced his participation in the Higher Committee of Human Fraternity’s call to pray for the good of all humanity on Thursday, 14th May, to end the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Pujya Brahmavihari Swami, Leader of the Hindu Community and Head of BAPS Hindu Mandir in Abu Dhabi, expressed his pride of joining the prayer called for by the Higher Committee of Human Fraternity, describing it as an inspirational initiative to get humanity at large united in the face of the COVID-19 onslaught.

The Higher Committee of Human Fraternity issued a statement calling for the prayer, supplication and fasting. His Holiness Pope Francis, Head of the Catholic Church and Dr. Ahmed El-Tayeb, the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, and other prominent religious, political, and societal figures announced their support and participation in the global initiative.

Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury called on everyone from all religions to seek help from God and pray to him on 14th May to end this pandemic, using the hashtag launched by the Committee to participate in this event, #PrayForHumanity.

The Higher Committee of Human Fraternity issued a statement calling on all religious leaders and peoples from around the world to pray and fast on 14th May for the good of all humanity for an end to the virus.

Pope Francis, Dr. Ahmed el-Tayeb, the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar and Chairman of the Muslim Council of Elders, and many religious, political and social figures announced their participation in the event.

The Hindu Community in Abu Dhabi has announced their support for the Higher Committee of Human Fraternity’s call to pray for humanity on Thursday, 14th May, 2020.

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