((International Religious Freedom Day)) Special message from different religious communities Hello my name is Ivan Arjona. I’m the president of the European Office of the Church of Scientology for Public Affairs and Human Rights located in Brussels. And I’m here joining our colleagues in this year in which we celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and especially today… today 27 of October… we are celebrating the International Day on religious freedom Because of this, we wanted to send a message of Love, of Peace, and a calling to… in this case to all Scientologists, to all Christians, to all nonbelievers at least that is what I want to tell you…, that we can all work together to have religious freedom and to have a better society. Working together… I think are the key two words that we should use on our daily life… …regardless of having different religions or not. So that’s my message to you. My name is Kennith Roy and I’m the president of the International Christian Council for Belgium and I’m a Christian… a Protestant Christian and living in Belgium for the last 20 years. And I’m very thankful to the Church of Scientology that they have given us the opportunity to come here and speak on the freedom of religion. On my personal views, I would like to say that freedom of religion is a basic fundamental right of any human being living on this planet. And we have seen from decades now, that religious freedom is being exercised in many countries now, whereas it was not in the past few decades. It was very difficult for people living in different parts of the world. And in the absence of fear, we can absolutely enjoy our faith, preach it, speak about it, introduce it to the world and we, on the other hand, have to respect other religions, and we should respect their Faith, their beliefs, their rituals and we should join them also in their practices. A good part of their life we should share with them and they should share with us. We should respect each other’s professions. we should respect each other’s point of view about politics, about society. We have to comprehend their message. They are we. And we have to join and work together. We come here and express our views and we think that freedom for religion is the basic right of every human being. Good day, I am Monseigneur Johann Orthodox Bishop for Belgium and Luxembourg and also responsible for our Patriarcate in Yvory Coast and Ghana. And in this day of religious freedom I would take as an example actually Ivory Coast, who despite having Muslim, Christian, Catholic, Protestant, Orthodox and also Animist populations, well… each of them, of these people, these human beings understand each other… …the communities marry each other. There is actually a mutual help, and I believe that in this Day, we really need to insist… …on love, on sharing, and on the fact that despite the differences, we must absolutely not desunite, but on the contrary, unite.