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3) Interfaith dialogues are evasive of the role of religious leaders of one’s own faith

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3) Interfaith dialogues are evasive of the role of religious leaders of one’s own faith
There have been some historical incidents in which the leader of a religious denomination has come out and apologised for past crimes committed against a religion because of their beliefs, but they have been far and few. Faced with incidents of religious persecution, religious leaders today have occasionally come out and said “not in my name”. But the ambiguity lies with regards to their stance on those who claim to be part of the religious community. To insist that individuals rather than religions should be blamed absolves responsibility for how religion has been taught and propagated.

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