Abu Dhabi's Interfaith Compound 'Abrahamic Family House' is Now Open

  • Publish date: Friday، 17 February 2023
Abu Dhabi's Interfaith Compound 'Abrahamic Family House' is Now Open

The UAE Capital now includes an interfaith compound including a mosque, church, and synagogue. The facility, known as Abrahamic Family House, was opened on Thursday.

Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi is the site of the Abrahamic Family House. Pope Francis's first trip as pope to the Arabian Peninsula in 2019 led to the announcement of the Abrahamic Family House project.

Beginning on March 1, anybody can visit the complex. Visits start at 10 am. Both residents and visitors will need to make reservations before coming.

His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan tweeted, "As the Abrahamic Family House in Abu Dhabi is inaugurated, we remain committed to harnessing the power of mutual respect, understanding, and diversity to achieve shared progress."

The compound is a location where individuals may explore and exchange information and practice faith. It serves as a platform for connecting individuals. 


Imam Al Tayeb Mosque, St. Francis Church, and Moses Ben Maimon Synagogue are the names of the three illustrious places of worship that the authorities had previously revealed.

The three houses of worship were named after Moses Ben Maimon, a 12th-century Jewish scholar; Pope Francis, the head of the Catholic Church; and Dr. Ahmed Al Tayeb, the Grand Imam of Al Azhar.

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