Conference: The Islamic Perspective and Muslim response to actions of ISIS in Iraq and Syria

 Aksaa, in partnership with Kirklees Council and West Yorkshire Police

Present a Conference on

The Islamic Perspective and Muslim response to actions of ISIS in Iraq and Syria

You are cordially invited to attend this important conference to learn about what the Quran and Hadith say about the actions of ISIS and the negative impact this has on the Muslim community. The Assistant Secretary General of the MCB, Mrs Ameena Blake, will be speaking at the event.

Date: Saturday 29 November 2014
Venue: IMWS, 28 Track Rd, Batley, W Yorkshire WF17 7AA
Time: 6.30 pm

Refreshments and dinner will be provided

Keynote Speakers:

Maulana Zakaria Saud – Imam

Maulana Sayed Ali Raza – Imam

Maulana Osman Sheikh – Imam

Ameena Blake Assistant Secretary General of MCB (Muslim Council of Britain)

Dr Sharif K Al-Ghazal – Syrian

Dr. Nabeel Ramadhani – Iraq

Supt Ged McManus -West Yorkshire Police

Wajid Khan – Psychologist Arshad Patel – One Nation Charity

Many Muslim scholars across the UK have condemned the violent actions of ISIS and other extremist groups and reject the false claim that it represents mainstream Islamic thought or practice. At this conference prominent scholars from the three schools of thought in Kirklees will provide their perspective on what is happening in Iraq and Syria. Speakers will include those who are from Syria/Iraq; have had contact; or been involved in charitable work in Syria/Iraq

Prayer facilities for Isha will be available at IMWS

Although there is no charge for the conference, for catering purposes, please let us know whether you will be able to attend by booking a place through Eventbrite

For further information please contact:

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