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Islamic Conference to be held in Montreal

Montreal – An important Islamic Conference is scheduled to take place in Montreal ...

 

The Conference will be held at the Palais des Congrès on September 25, 2010. It is organized by United for Change which is dedicated according to its web site to increasing the awareness of and sympathy for issues requiring the attention and action of the Muslim community.


 

The organization wants to raise the level of consciousness within the Muslim community while simultaneously developing resolutions and creating an action oriented partnership between the public and United For Change.

The organization states that it will methodically tackle the broadest and most consuming issues that require the motivation, dedication and resources of the united Muslim community.

Jamal Badawi of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), Ainab Al-Alwani (Fiqh Council of North America (FCNA) and Abdalla Idris Ali (ISNA) are among the scheduled speakers at the Conference.

Several critics have objected to the Conference claiming certain of the speakers have ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.

Sept. 10, 2010
 



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