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The Universal Peace Federation (UPF) is a global network of individuals and organizations dedicated to building a world of peace centered on universal spiritual and moral values.

The only alternative to coexistence is co-destruction.
Jawaharlal Nehru


K.S. Abu Jaber: The Syria Crisis
By Prof. Kamel S. Abu Jaber, Director, the Royal Institute for Interfaith Studies, Jordan  
Sunday, 13 October 2013

It is in these gatherings of concerned and distinguished individuals that one should speak freely. We are talking about Syria, not only one of the most important countries of the Arab world but, until this day, called by Arab nationalities Um al-’Urubah, mother of Arabism.

Interfaith Declaration on Peace in Syria
By UPF Interfaith Consultation on Prospects for Dialogue and Reconciliation in Syria  
Sunday, 13 October 2013

Gathered in Amman, Jordan, on October 11-13, 2013 for the Interfaith Consultation on “The Prospects for Dialogue and Reconciliation in Syria” sponsored by the Universal Peace Federation, we, the participants, being persons from a wide range of religious and spiritual backgrounds, professional fields, and from many nations emphasize that whereas governments naturally have their realm of responsibility in the area of peace and security, the religions should not be excluded from deliberations, neither by governments nor by their own hesitancy or resistance to interfaith cooperation. In addition, the religions must stand firmly against all forms of radical and violent extremism, while at the same time upholding their spiritual traditions, virtues, and good practices.

Amman Conference on Prospects for Dialogue and Reconciliation in Syria
By David Fraser Harris, Secretary General, UPF-Middle East  
Sunday, 13 October 2013

Amman, Jordan - The world is painfully aware of the horrific suffering in Syria and yet unable to find a way to end it. A UPF gathering in Amman, Jordan October 11-13 was originally called as a small consultation, designed to facilitate in-depth discussion; it quickly doubled in size, eventually numbering more than 40 participants, to consider the theme: "The Prospects for Dialogue and Reconciliation in Syria: The Role of Religion in International Relations."

Reporting in Amman on the MEPI Conference
By Fusayo Irikura, UPF - Jordan  
Monday, 20 May 2013

Amman, Jordan - A program on "Intercultural Dialogue in Cooperation for Peace" took place in Amman on May 20, featuring several speakers at the UPF conference on the "Jerusalem Declaration" for interfaith cooperation three days earlier.

H. Murad: Address to World Summit 2013
By Dr. Hamdi Murad, Professor, World Islamic Sciences and Education University, Jordan  
Sunday, 24 February 2013

Commentary on Peace, Security, and Human Development in the Middle East

Conference in Jordan Expounds on the Amman Message
By UPF - Jordan  
Saturday, 22 December 2012

Amman, Jordan - The Al-Etihad Al-Watani Party and the Universal Peace Federation organized an international conference [December 20-22] to explain the significance of the Amman Interfaith Message and its role in perpetuating the noble values of religions and coexistence between them.

Conference Explores the Significance of the Amman Interfaith Message
By David Fraser Harris, UPF-Middle East  
Saturday, 22 December 2012

Amman, Jordan -It was no coincidence that UPF chose to hold a conference in Amman on "The Significance of the Amman Interfaith Message." At a time when radical changes are sweeping the Arab world and efforts for peace are more needed than ever, UPF wanted to hold a conference that focused on the positive role of religion in bringing people together in peace. As the nation that produced both a major Islamic call for interfaith cooperation and the proposal that launched the United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week, Jordan seemed the obvious choice for the December 20-22 gathering.

Day of Peace in Amman, Jordan
By Fosayo Irikora, Women's Federation for World Peace-Jordan  
Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Amman, Jordan - A peace football tournament under the patronage of former Prime Minister H.E. Faisal Fayez commemorated the International Day of Peace.

Sports Build Bonds among Youth in Jordan
By Fosayo Irikura, Women's Federation for World Peace-Jordan  
Monday, 03 May 2010

Amman, Jordan - Sponsors are invited to help underwrite a four-day tournament and character-education program for teams of Jordanian youth as well as Iraqi, Palestinian, Syrian, and Lebanese living in or near Amman.

Celebrating Mothers' Day with Iraqi Families
By Fosayo Irikura, Women's Federation for World Peace -Jordan  
Saturday, 03 April 2010
Sahab, Jordan - A Mothers' Day celebration on April 3 brought together Iraqi women and their families who are living in Jordan. A daughter paid tribute to her mother, and two mothers talked about how they overcame difficult challenges in caring for their families.
Literacy Classes for Iraqis in Jordan
By Fosayo Irikura, WFWP-Jordan  
Wednesday, 24 February 2010

Sahab, Jordan - Young Iraqi men in Jordan want to be able to communicate by computer with their families back home, but some are illiterate. A new project is teaching them to read and write Arabic.

F. al-Jama'ni: A New Vision of Peace in the 21st Century
By Hon. Falak al Jama'ni, Member of Parliament, Jordan  
Monday, 01 June 2009

I want to ask Ambassadors for Peace of the UPF to help make the Middle East a safer place to live. Ambassadors for Peace should work to build a global movement for peace for the sake of others.

Invitation to the Discover True Friendship Tour in Jordan
By Paul Byrne, Assistant International Executive Director, IRFF  
Wednesday, 18 March 2009
Rasoun, Jordan - This year's Discover True Friendship Tour features a project in the village of Rasoun, Jordan, July 8-22. Join us as we renovate the local boys’ and girls’ primary schools and improve the quality of life of the community’s children.
Day of Peace in Amman
By UPF - Jordan  
Sunday, 21 September 2008

Amman, Jordan  - A football tournament brought together youth from diverse communities.

H.M. Murad: The Only Solution Is a Just Peace
By Dr. Hamdi Murad, Jordanian Interfaith Co-existence Research Center  
Thursday, 06 December 2007
Allah blessed humanity when He created us in the best form, giving us the mind to understand and behave in a manner beneficial to ourselves and to others.

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