An interfaith meeting held at the Pillowshield Community Centre in Glasgow on 22nd May sought to explore the vexing question as to whether Satan actually exists.

Jewish Muslim Friendship Evening PanelSunday 21st October 2007 - Iraqi refugees sat together with Israeli ex-pats. Iranian grandparents were alongside Palestinians and Israelis as everybody listened appreciatively to ‘Shir la Shalom’ being sung by the Topaz Jewish Choir. A poetry recital given by Fathieh Saudi and Kerry Fleur-Schleiter followed, as did the Muslim call to prayer. Musicians, peace activists and dignitaries of differing faith groups were mixed together for an evening that had been inspired by an Israeli living in London, Yael Lindenboim, and hosted by the Universal Peace Federation at its premises in Lancaster Gate. 

17 people attended the monthly UPF inspired interfaith meeting in Glasgow at the Pollowshield community hall; there were 4 new-comers.

 13 May 2008 - The Universal Peace Federation’s London headquarters played host to some sixty people who had come to attend the first in a series of interfaith initiative events which are planned to take place across London and beyond in the near future.

The Glasgow Museum of Religious Life and Art was the venue for the latest meeting held by the Glasgow Character Foundation, supported by UPF and other local interfaith bodies.

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