Thirty people from seven countries and two religions came together for
two weeks, to engage in and discuss Christian-Muslim dialogue and the
ways in which dialogue can be carried out. They were brought together
by the Forum for Development, Culture and Dialogue (FDCD) and the Arab
Group for Christian-Muslim Dialogue (AGCMD) from the Middle East ,
Europe and North America , and over the time they were together they
came to appreciate, not only the common things that united them, but
the ways in which their differences made them distinct.