R.E- Religion and conflict

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Conflict
Clashes and break downs of relashionships. For example, when two groups or countries go to war.
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Interfaith dialouge
Different faith groups talking to each other about their faith. For example, sharing in a joint event or visiting each other's place of worship.
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Just war
A war that can be justified according to agreed conditions. For example, when it is the last resort.
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Non-violent protest
Showing disapproval without damaging property or causing any threat. For example, sit-ins or petitions.
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Pacifism
The belief that any form of violence or war is unacceptable. For example, by being unwilling to join an army.
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Reconciliation
Making up after an argument. It involves forgiving a person for whatever they have done wrong.
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Different faith groups talking to each other about their faith. For example, sharing in a joint event or visiting each other's place of worship.

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Interfaith dialouge

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A war that can be justified according to agreed conditions. For example, when it is the last resort.

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Showing disapproval without damaging property or causing any threat. For example, sit-ins or petitions.

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Card 5

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The belief that any form of violence or war is unacceptable. For example, by being unwilling to join an army.

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