Summary: We, Qadi, or Judge, Iyad Zahalka of the Jerusalem Muslim Shariah Court of the state of Israel, and Rabbi Ron Kronish, an educator and director of the Interreligious Coordinating Council in Israel for the past 21 years.
What does ICCI stand for?
ICCI stands for Interreligious Coordinating Council in Israel
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We have 39 other meanings of ICCI in our Acronym Attic
- International Circuits and Components, Inc.
- International College of the Cayman Islands
- International Commerce Consultants Incorporated
- International Completion Consultants Incorporated
- International Conference on Cognitive Informatics
- International Conference on Computational Intelligence
- International Conference on Computing and Information
- International Conference on Construction IT
- Internet Chamber of Commerce International
- Interplanetary Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Star Wars)
- Islamabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry
- Islamic Chamber of Commerce and Industry
- Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland
- Issue of Common Concern or Interest
- Italian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (Queensland, Australia)
- International Close Combat Instructors' Association
- Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu, India)
- International Council for Competition Ice Climbing
- Interim Coordinating Committee for International Commodity Arrangements (UN Food and Agriculture Organization)
- Islamic Chamber of Commerce Industry and Commodity Exchange (est. 1978)
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The Interreligious Coordinating Council in Israel and the Jerusalem Center for Jewish-Christian Relations denounced the attack, calling it "a desecration of the name of God.
The conference will be co-hosted by Jubillenium and the Interreligious Coordinating Council in Israel, and participants will include The Dalai Lama; Imam Wallace Dean Muhammed, leader of Black Islam in the United States; Bishop Michael Fitzgerald, the Vatican's official representative; Mr.