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Pontificia Università Gregoriana

Islam in Italy: the Roman case of Jamaat al-Tabligh

The Center for Interreligious Studies of the Pontifical Gregorian University is pleased to announce the next Forum addressing Islam-Christianity, entitled: “Islam in Italy: the Roman case of Jamaat al-Tabligh”, by Dr. Viviana Schiavo and by Fra Stefano Luca OFMCap.

The Forum will take place on Monday 23 November next at 6.00 pm, online. It will be possible to intervene in real time to ask questions by sending an email to

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Le Centre d’études interreligieuses de l’Université pontificale grégorienne a le plaisir d’annoncer le prochain Forum sur l’Islam-Christianisme, intitulé: “L’Islam en Italie: le cas romain de Jamaat al-Tabligh”, par Dr. Viviana Schiavo et par Fra Stefano Luca OFMCap.

Le Forum aura lieu le lundi 23 novembre prochain à 18h00, en ligne. Il sera possible d’intervenir en temps réel pour poser des questions en envoyant un mail à

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Il Centro Studi Interreligiosi della Pontificia Università Gregoriana è lieto di annunciare il prossimo Forum ad indirizzo Islam- Cristianesimo, dal titolo : ” L’Islam in Italia: il caso romano della Jamaat al-Tabligh , a cura della Dott.ssa Viviana Schiavo e di Fra Stefano Luca OFMCap.  

Il Forum si svolgerà lunedì 23 novembre prossimo alle ore 18.00, in modalità on-line. Sarà possibile intervenire in tempo reale per porre domande, inviando una mail all’indirizzo  

Per seguire la diretta su Youtube, basterà collegarsi al seguente link: 

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