alexa Abstract | The Brand New Notion for Assembly of Religion Using BIM
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Abstract

In virtually every heterogeneous society, religious difference serves as a source of potential conflict. Because individuals are often ignorant of other faiths, there is some potential tension but it Kdoes not necessarily mean conflict will result. Religion is not necessarily conflictual but, as with ethnicity or race, religion serves, as a way to distinguish one's self and one's group from the other. Often, the group with less power, be it political or economic, is more aware of the tension than the privileged. When the privileged group is a minority, however, such as the Jews historically were in much of Europe, they are often well aware of the latent conflict. There are steps that can be taken at this stage to head off conflict. Interfaith dialogue, discussed further below, can increase understanding. Intermediaries may help facilitate this, hence we designed a special place for this issue, plus in this essay we aim to ponder this conflict in religious point of view with working with BIM.

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Author(s): SoheilI H, Mofarahian A and Fard ART

Keywords

Religion and conflict, Latent conflict, Integrity of the almighty, Gathering religion, Religion in amity, United religious, Religion and conflict, Latent conflict, Integrity of the almighty, Gathering religion, Religion in amity, United religious

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