The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association has launched a nationwide campaign that is coming to Kingston on Saturday, May 13th.
The goal of the “Ask Islam” Q&A sessions is to provide Canadians with an open platform to learn about Islam from fellow Muslims in Canada.
Most people only know of Islam what they see in the papers and on news broadcasts. But that picture ignores most of this vast religion, which spans hundreds of cultures and dozens of countries and has such a rich and deep tradition of learning and spirituality.
In light of this, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association has launched this special event where an interactive question and answer session to have all your questions about Islam answered and learn from others too.
“Ask Islam” endeavours to build bridges of understanding with a unique QA session where people will get the chance to ask questions about Islam to a distinguished panel of guests.
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association will hold these events in more than 25 towns throughout Canada in an attempt to remove misconceptions about Islam.
The event in Kingston takes place on Saturday May 13th between 1pm and 5pm in the Kingston Frontenac Public Library (Isabel Turner) located at 935 Gardiners Rd by the Cataraqui Town Centre.
Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has been established as a non profit charitable, religious organization in over 206 countries worldwide with 86 chapters throughout Canada. We are Muslims who believe in the Messiah, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, who’s purpose was to end religious wars, condemn bloodshed and reinstitute morality, justice and peace.
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