(Tokyo )Inter-faith Harmony Event 2016

(Tokyo )Inter-faith Harmony Event 2016
Connecting Pakistan Japan through Message of Peace and Harmony
in Faith, Art and Culture.The Pakistan Embassy Tokyo in collaboration with the Japanese NPO Japan Media Vision organized an Event under theme of “Connecting Pakistan Japan through Peace and Harmony in Faith Art and Culture” to promote peace and harmony. The Event was attended by prominent Parliamentarians including Mr. Antonio Inoki and Mr. Makoto Oniki, people from different faiths (Tokyo Jami Imam )Muhammad Rasit, (Shinshojouji temple Tokyo ) Chief Buddhist Priest Yoshida Nikko, Kumamoto Heitate Shrine Shinto Priest Haruki Shinya and Catholic Priest Mukengeshayi Matata) leading Interfaith Scholars, Heads of Mission, diplomats, notable members of Civil Society, the Media and students of international School of Sacred Heart and Aoyama Gakuin.
Honourable First Lady Akie Abe and respectable Mr. Fushimi Hiroaki Denka graced the occasion as Chief Guest and Guest of Honor respectively.
The Event commenced with National Anthems of Pakistan and Japan followed by spiritual music of famous singer Abida Parveen, traditional Japanese music ( Tenchi Gagaku by Rev.Kazuya Kujime and Group), songs by Mrs. Erika Colon de Ishikawa and Ms. Mughal Yurina. Later, representatives of different faiths and interfaith scholars read the messages of peace. The Chief Guests presented letters of appreciation to 5 Inter-faith Scholars. Multiculturalism Encouragement to (Goshiki-jin)
1.Marcestel Make France
2.Joe Iron Eagle USA
3.Judith Carpenter Australia
4.Joko Akira Japan
5.Humayun Mughal Pakistan
Mrs. Akie Abe expressed her deep pleasure and appreciation for the commendable efforts of the Pakistan Embassy and stated that it was essential to nurture and promote message of unity, interfaith and peace.
Mr.Fushimi Hiroaki Denka highlighted deep-rooted relationship between the peoples of the two countries and especially underlined Pakistan’s position on treating Japan with dignity and respect at the San Francisco Peace Conference in 1951. He expressed hope that the Ceremony would be the new step to cultivate a deep mutual understanding and contribute to the World Peace.
Ambassador Farukh Amil highlighted Quaid-e Azam’s (Founder of Pakistan Muhammad Ali Jinnah) vision of moderate, democratic, pluralist and tolerant Pakistan that is inclusive of all religions, ethnicities especially minorities. He said the present wise and democratic leadership was committed to the vision of Quaid- e- Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and taking concerted measures to promote interfaith harmony and dialogue.

Pakistan Embassy Tokyo Inter-faith Harmony Event 2016 Video


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Japan Interfaith council

June 22, 2012 by  
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Japan Interfaith Council

Wrok for peace Since 1995


Humayun A.Mughal

Executive Director

 Sawara Ku Shodai 3-5-25 Fukuoka city Japan   092-844-0560

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Traditions: Buddhist, Christian, Islam, Shinto  ,Shik,Hindu,

Action Area: Peacebuilding, Interfaith Dialogue and Action

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Council members from Buddhism, Shintoism, Islam, Hindu,Shik,Christianity and Soka Gakkai,(SGI) come together to focus on interfaith dialogue. The goal is to achieve understanding, respect and harmony among followers of different religions and to see peaceful co-existence in the world. Having a TV & Radio talk show in Japan which promotes inter-religious harmony to counter violent extremism.  also published a book in Japanese on comparative religion. we  want to promote the principles of URI in the interfaith activities in Japan.

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Humayun .Mughal Peace Pray Video

June 7, 2012 by  
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Mughal speach and peace pray 2012


I am very thankful to Masami Saionji, all the members of Byakko Shinko Kai, and all the participants for giving me the chance to speak here today. Last night, I was very moved by the card I received with many wonderful messages on it—it really touched my heart.

My father once told me that when a child feels pain, the parent can understand the pain, but cannot feel the same pain that the child is feeling. It’s the same with interfaith activities. We can understand other religions, but we cannot follow the same path, because we have our own faith. So, we try to understand other people’s faiths, and to respect them. How can we understand another religion’s feelings of faith? The only way is to pray together. Prayer is the important thing.

The meaning of prayer is not only in reading a prayer, but in trying to pray from your heart. When you pray from your heart, it resonates in your mind, which is connected to your nervous system. So, your nervous system is energized through your prayers. Prayer is the tool to charge your nervous system, gain power, and draw nearer to God, or Allah. So, I request all of you to pray with me today.




(spoken by Mr. Mughal in Arabic)


Call to Prayer

God is Greatest.

I bear witness that there is not reality, but one reality.

I bear witness that Mohammed is the messenger of God.

Come, come to prayer.

Come, come for your highest spiritual enlightenment.

God is greatest.

Nothing exists separate from God.


(spoken by all in Japanese)


Allahu Akbar

I am grateful and overjoyed to have the opportunity to pray for peace today with so many esteemed people of faith.

The world continues to be a place of conflict and struggle, and poverty, hunger, and other adversities have yet to cease. I pray for peace to come even one day sooner. I pray for the souls of those who were victims of earthquakes and other disasters around the world, especially the recent Tohoku earthquake and tsunami.

Last time I came to pray at Fuji Sanctuary, we prayed to awaken all humanity, but during these past years, several natural disasters have taken place in various parts of the world. Now more than ever, all human beings need to reflect on the course of their lives, and with modesty and humility, follow their conscience in praying for peace and creating peace.

Given the honor of praying for peace here at Fuji Sanctuary today, I myself make a heartfelt pledge to create peace in the earthly world. Furthermore, I pray that the saints and wise people in the spiritual world will assist us in our efforts. I pray with all my heart that this prayer reaches to heaven.

May peace prevail on Earth. Amen.



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