Kababir, Home of the Muslim Ahmadiyya in Israel by Earl Shugerman

Haifa Writers

My greatest joy in living in the city of Haifa is the peaceful coexistence of its citizens. The city is also beautiful. It is on the Mediterranean with a tayelet or boardwalk and an active commercial port.

Haifa is a city dotted with gardens. The most prominent is at the world center of the Baha’i religion, with the tombs of the Bab (Mirza Muhammad Ali) and Abbas Efendi. The presence of the Baha’i, for so long persecuted in various Middle East countries, is evidence of the tolerant social fabric of this city. The greatest challenge facing this small and brave nation is to promote the values of peace in an area filled with strife and hatred. Haifa is the home of the Tomb of Elijah the Prophet, which is considered one of the holiest and most venerated shrines to Jews, Christians, Muslims, and Druze alike.

I am fortunate…

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