Interfaith Forum in Seattle

June 2, 2001

Source: The Seattle Times

On June 2, 2001, The Seattle Times reported that "an interfaith forum featuring representatives of five world religions is [planned] in Seattle...Originally conceived as a way of bridging religious divides, the forums have been held in Houston, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., as well as England and Australia...[The] event features Santidahammo Bikkhu, a Buddhist monk; Catherine Fransson, an associate minister at Seattle First Baptist Church; Anwer Khan of...Los Angeles's chapter [of Ahmadiyya, a movement of Islam]; Rabbi James Mirel of Bellevue's Temple B'nai Torah; and Nalinaksh Sharma, a Hindu scholar."