Invitation to a
With top level
representatives of the three Abrahamic Religions in Germany, Wednesday, April 6, 2005, 7 p.m., at the Schweisfurth-Foundation
in Munich, Nymphenburg Castle.
The topic of the evening:
A Vision for Peace
in the Middle East – and Worldwide:
Peace of the
Religions at the Temple Mount
peace negotiations so far, one spot has painstakingly been avoided: the Temple Mount. All
parties involved seem to be mesmerized by the
problem. The following proposal aims at freeing all parties from such a
fixation and allows an image of a successful
reconciliation to take effect: It is the image of a common sanctuary of
the three Abrahamitic religions at the tabooed spot –
above the top of the mount and spiritually including the old temples of Israel and the Dome of
That way all
parties can win, no one needs to lose: The Muslims will receive the long hoped
for universal recognition of the spirit of Islam’s dignity and honor, the Jews
will get – as a symbol of having the right to be in this land – a new temple
including the spiritual permission to step inside, and the Christians, too, will get
what they hope for: a deeply humane solution.
More about the
project at www.Tempel-Projekt.de
The author of the proposal, Gottfried Hutter,
is a Catholic theologian and psychotherapist with formative spiritual
experiences also in Islam and Judaism.
The participants of the discussion:
The former State-Rabbi of Baden Württemberg, Dr.
Joel Berger, as the representative of the Central Council of the Jews in
Germany, and of the Embassy of the State of Israel
Suffragan Bishop Dr.
Hans-Jochen Jaschke, as the representative of the Catholic Bishop Conference, and
Shaykh Hassan Dyck, German speaker of the Grandshaykh of the
Venerable Naqshbandi Sufi-Order, Shaykh
Muhammed Nazim al-Haqqani.
Wimmer, Ph.D. (Hebr. Univ. Jerusalem), Egyptologist, University of Munich, Friends of Abraham
Society, will be leading the discussion.
The event will be recorded by BR-alpha TV and
broadcasted on April 30, 10:30 p.m., in the series “Denkzeit”.