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Christians Rejoice with All Muslims of the World, Especially Those of Morocco on the Occasion of Eid Al Adha (Archbishop of Rabat)
"Yesterday, the Throne Day, we Christians prayed for His Majesty the King and for the Moroccan people and today we rejoice with all muslims around the world and particularly those of Morocco on the occasion of the celebration of Eid Al Adha," López Romero said in a statement to MAP.

 "It is a feast that unites the three Abrahamic religions," he said, adding that "in all three traditions, jews, christians and muslims, there are stories of Abraham's sacrifice".

 The Archbishop of Rabat noted that "this is a very opportune moment for us christians, whether catholic, protestant, anglican or orthodox, to congratulate and rejoice with our muslim brothers".

 It is also an opportunity to take a step forward and advance inter-religious dialogue, he said, recalling that "HM the King had said that dialogue based on tolerance is not enough and that we must move forward in a dialogue of brotherhood and co-knowledge".

 "HM the King at the Hassan Tower had said that co-knowledge, that is to say mutual knowledge, is the antidote to all radicalisms and that is why, in my own name and in the name of all christians in Morocco, I am going to unite with the joy of muslims in this feast of Eid Al Adha," added Archbishop Cristóbal López Romero.