The website's meant to show off stuff that might be interesting for people who are learning about the #Bahai Faith. For instance, the "Study Hall" section gathers up a bunch of reference sites and study resources. The "Feeds" section on the website is similar to the "News" and "Community" sections of BahaIQ, if you remember that website from back in the day. Ideally there'll be even more stuff like that in the future.
This story is pretty amazing, because it not only shows the willingness of Arab leaders to work together to promote sustainable development, but also their openness in inviting a Bahá'í organization to contribute. After all, being a Bahá'í is still punishable by death in some parts of the Arab world.
"BIC joins Arab leaders to advance sustainable development goals"
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