- Hundreds of Muslims, Christians and Jews gathered in Jerusalem recently
- They sang Bob Marley's hit song, One Love, together in 3 languages
- A video of the event has inspired thousands across the world
Approximately 1,000 Muslims, Christians and Jews gathered in one of the most disputed cities in the world to spread a message of one love.
According to Good Things Guy, Isreali music group Koolulam invited the faithfuls to the Tower of David Museum in Jerusalem on 14 June, the day of Eid-ul-Fitr.
Together, they sang Bob Marley's hit song, One Love, in three languages, Briefly.co.za learned. Watch a video of the amazing event below.
The interfaith event was the brainchild of Sheikh Haji Yahya Cholil Staquf, Indonesia's Islamic leader. Tourism website Jerusalem.com also sponsored it.
The founder of Koolulam, Michal Shahaf Shneiderman, hailed the symbolic occasion:
What could be better than this historic location to host people of three religions singing together in English, Hebrew and Arabic?
The video of the event has inspired thousands of people on social media across the world. It has been watched close to a million times on Koolulam's Facebook page.
Commenters hailed the occasion as a "beautiful moment" and hoped that peace would prevail in the region. See more reactions below.
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