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With Interreligious and Interfaith Communities

IImam Yahya Hendi believes Jews, Christians and Muslims must celebrate their differences and rejoice for their similarities. Imam Yahya Hendi says that our ability to engage each other in healthy relationships does not mean to compromise the values each of us has. He believes that all the religions of the world have to peacefully coexist and share the resources of the earth.


Imam Yahya Hendi meets with Israeli and American Jewish leaders to discuss the role of religion in building peace between the Israelis and the Palestainians.

Imam Yahya Hendi is during an interfaith conference in Frederick, MD.

Imam Yahya Hendi welcomed by Father Adam Bunnelli, former director of campus ministries in Georgetown University.

Imam Yahya Hendi welcomed by His Emminence Cardinal McCarrick of the Washington D.C. Dioceses.

Imam Yahya Hendi welcomed by Cardinal Arinze of Vatican to Holy See.

Imam Yahya Hendi is with the delegation of clergymen in Georgia during his recent visit to Caucaus region.

Imam Yahya Hendi is with the delegation of clergymen in Georgia during his recent visit to Caucaus region.

Imam Yahya Hendi gave a speech at the National Council of Coptic Christians in Cairo, Egypt.

Imam Yahya Hendi is in King Abdullah Mosque in Amman, Jordan with an interreligious delegation of students led by a Rabbi, a Priest and an Imam.

Imam Yahya Hendi with an interreligious delegation.

Imam Yahya Hendi prays with the clergy in Washington D.C. for world peace.

Imam Yahya Hendi speaks at Parcipia College on the Arab-Israeli conflict and the hopes for the future.

Representatives of religious communities gather in Switzerland for peace around the world.

Rabbi Arthur Schneier, Cardinal McCarrick and Imam Hendi welcome the president of Spain to United States.

President of Georgetown University welcomes its first Muslim Chaplain.

Imam Yahya Hendi was invited to offer prayers at a church.

Religious leaders welcome Imam Yahya Hendi to Georgetown University as its first Muslim Chaplain.

Religious leaders are praying for the end of the war around the world.

Imam Yahya Hendi is with Rabbi Gerald Serotta, praying for peace and sanity.



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