Good Friday is a religious holiday celebrated by Christians to pay tribute to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. For Muslims, every Friday is a religious day and all adult muslim men are to perform Friday prayers at noon. Good Friday in Scotland, Muslims were invited to pray in St. John’s Church because some muslims were praying outside the neighbouring mosque on a cold day and despite having different beliefs, they respect each other’s belief and there were no tension between them.
Further Reading: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-21953899
We humans have the ability to respect and understand one another despite our differences and this case proves it. If we all could do the same thing, our world would be better. This, I believe is one of the keys that makes up Global Citizenship.