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"Arpani: Need Inter-Faith Inter-Operability Matrix and Timeline of common major tenets of Judaism-Christianity-Islam by religious leaders and noted scholars to educate  us all.  For example, I believe all three monotheistic religions…"
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http://www.sman17plg.sch.id
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TEACHER
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SMA PLUS NEGERI 17 PALEMBANG
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Education
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My name is Arpani. I am a teacher of Senior High School in Palembang, South Sumatera, Indonesia.
I hope I can learn much the Global Ethnics Network. It can open my eyes, my view by getting to know people from all around the world. I love reading their writings. Awesome!

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