Gent: Iftar Sint-Baafshuis – Gent-Sint-Pieters – Leuven NMBS – Gentbrugge Stelplaats

Sint-Baafshuis
Interconvictional Dialogue and Iftar
21 May 2019


The five women representing their traditions
Buddhism – Islam – Protestant (VPK) – Roman Catholic – Humanist

Gent-Sint-Pieters
22 May 2019


IC to Eupen via Brussel and Leuven


Track 10 IC 12:23 to Eupen

Leuven NMBS
22 May 2019


On the left the all station train to ‘s Gravenbrakel via Brussel
On the right the train to Gent via Brussel Airport and Aalst


Me in mirror image
All station train to ‘s Gravenbrakel via Brussel

The blue museum tram from the days before ‘De Lijn’ took over all local buses and trams in Dutch speaking Belgium

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Harjinder Singh
Man in Blue

Gent: De Koer Iftar and Sint-Baafshuis interconvictional dialogue and Iftar

De Koer – Iftar
Meibloemstraat
18 May 2019


Sudanese Sufi musicians
Although the iftar was organised by the Sudanese community, Muslims and Non-Muslims from various countries attended

Sint-Baafshuis
Interconvictional Dialogue and Iftar
21 May 2019


Organised by Profundo (Orbit VZW), Voem, IJD and De Centrale


Evi opens the door


On the left Tina de Gendt, moderator
On the high stools from left to right the Buddhist, the Muslim, the Protestant (VPK), the Roman Catholic and the Humanist representatives


Apart from the ‘ordinary’ participants there were, amongst others, two schepenen (alderman, both female), the mayor of Gent and the RC Bishop of Gent (neither of them female).


Not jam-packed but most of the 100 seats provided were occupied

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Harjinder Singh
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