A group of Muslim Jordanian youths planted flowers in one of the capital’s major churches in an attempt to promote tolerance and respond to the recent calls in the U.S. for burning the Quran.
Priests at the Church of the Annunciation in the Jordanian capital Amman received Tuesday a group of Muslims who came to plant flowers in the church’s courtyard and offered bouquets to several clerics as a show of unity between Muslims and Christians, according to local press reports Tuesday.
" This man has vile intentions and there is no way he is a true Christian because Christianity preaches love and tolerance. He does not deserve to be the pastor of a church "
Father Constantine Qarmash
Father Constantine Qarmash, who headed the delegation that witnessed the flower planting, gave a speech to the visitors that started with greeting them on the occasion of the Muslim holiday Eid al-A
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