Children offer flowers on March 21 at a memorial site in Christchurch, New Zealand, for the 50 people who died in a gun attack on two mosques last week. In his online “manifesto”, the alleged gunman showed support for white supremacist and anti-Muslim, anti-Jewish, anti-immigrant ideology, as well as admiration for “non-diverse” nations. Photo: Kyodo

In times of violence in the name of religion, the world needs to create a new god

  • Genocidal attacks can be averted if divisions based on religious differences are bridged. We need a god that welcomes all existing faiths
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Children offer flowers on March 21 at a memorial site in Christchurch, New Zealand, for the 50 people who died in a gun attack on two mosques last week. In his online “manifesto”, the alleged gunman showed support for white supremacist and anti-Muslim, anti-Jewish, anti-immigrant ideology, as well as admiration for “non-diverse” nations. Photo: Kyodo
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