Jordan's King Abdullah at Vigyan Bhavan; updates: 'We need to take back the airwaves from voices of hate'

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Jordan's King Abdullah at Vigyan Bhavan; updates: 'We need to take back the airwaves from voices of hate'
  • 11:38 (IST)

    King Abdullah wraps up his speech


    "Inclusion is the path to the coexistence we need. We need to build strong successful countries... This is not just the responsibility of institutions and public bodies. As important as they are, it is for everyone in how we deal with each other and the hand of friendship we extend to one another"

  • 11:36 (IST)

    King Abdullah speaks of radicalisation


    "It was wisely said, 'the world is one family'. We have a shared responsibility to each other and the world. Today's global war against terror is a fight by moderates of all communities against extremists whose faith is hate and violence. We need to take back the airwaves and internet from voices of hatred."

  • 11:34 (IST)

    Jordan and the world


    "My father believed leadership in any place, all leadership means serving the hopes and good of others. This is my duty rooted in our religion Islam. It is why my highest priority is the people of Jordan and securing a better future for all. Jordanians, Christians and Muslims, have worked together to help neighbours near and far," continues the king.

  • 11:31 (IST)

    'It is faith that allows us to prosper and thrive bringing together all sorts of people'

    "To understand each other, to recognise our shared humanity, to act righteously in the sight of God. This is my faith, this is the faith I teach my children and the faith shared by 1.8 billion people across the world — a quarter of humanity," says King Abdullah.

  • 11:29 (IST)

    'Take fears seriously, but never distract us from the truth: That faith brings humanity together'


    "Around the world, suspicions are enflamed about what groups don't know about each other," says King Abdullah, pointing to the fanning of hate across the world

  • 11:27 (IST)

    Modi completes address


    Prime minister hands the dais over to King Abdullah.

  • 11:25 (IST)

    Prime minister calls for  youths to balance religion with science

  • 11:22 (IST)

    PM moves to the topic of radicalisation

    "Those who attack humanity perhaps don't understand that the damage is caused to the very faith for which they claim to be standing up... In India, it's our belief that everyone must progress together," says Modi.

  • 11:20 (IST)

    'Democracy not just a political system'

    "Indian democracy is a celebration of our age-old plurality," says Narendra Modi

  • 11:19 (IST)

    Watch the prime minister's address here

  • 11:19 (IST)

    All religions flourish in the soil of India

    Whether it was Lord Buddha 2,500 years ago or Mahatma Gandhi in the last century. The peace and tranquility of peace and tranquility is spread all over the world by the charm of India, says Modi

  • 11:16 (IST)

    'All world religions prosper in India'

    India, the prime minister says, sends out a message of peace and harmony. He notes the role of Delhi and in the past, Indraprastha, in Sufiism.



     

  • 11:13 (IST)

    Narendra Modi begins his speech

    The prime minister thanks King Abdullah for accepting his invitation. "Your country and our friend Jordan has an unparalleled place in the history of the world and spirituality," says Modi.

  • 11:00 (IST)

    Radicalism in Islam to be addressed by Narendra Modi and King Abdullah

    Historians and diplomats, including Pakistan's High Commissioner to India, in attendance at Vigyan Bhavan ahead of landmark address

  • 10:58 (IST)

    RECAP: King Abdullah receives ceremonial welcome

  • 10:56 (IST)

    Jordan's King Abdullah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Vigyan Bhavan

Jordan King in India Updates: Narendra Modi calls Indian democracy a celebration of the country's age-old pluralism.

King Abdullah and Narendra Modi at Vigyan Bhavan to deliver addresses on radicalism.

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj called on Jordan's King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein and discussed with him ways to enhance bilateral ties in a range of sectors. The King arrived here yesterday on a three-day visit.

"Historical links getting stronger! EAM @SushmaSwaraj calls on His Majesty @KingAbdullahII Ibn Al Hussein, King of #Jordan. Good conversation on strengthening ties across all sectors, specially in trade & investment, defence & security, tourism and people-to-people exchanges," External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar tweeted.

The Jordanian king's visit here comes nearly three weeks after Prime Minister Narendra Modi travelled to Jordan as part of his trip to West Asia, including Palestine.

The prime minister and the king will hold extensive talks tomorrow covering entire expanse of bilateral ties, official sources said, adding, the Palestinian issue and ways to deal with terrorism, radicalisation and extremism are likely to figure prominently in the deliberations.


Updated Date: Mar 01, 2018 11:40 AM

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