Celebrate Islamic Heritage Month this Sunday

News Oct 12, 2017 by Victoria Gray Brant News

If you've ever wondered about Islamic history or had any questions about Islam now is the perfect time to learn.

October is Islamic Heritage month and the Brantford Muslim Association is hosting an open house at both the Brantford Mosque and the neighbouring Islamic Centre on Sunday, Oct. 15, from noon to 4 p.m.

The open house will include tours of the Mosque from Imam, Abu Noman Tarek at noon, 1, 2 and 3 p.m.

There will also be an exhibition on Islamic Hermitage in the Islamic Centre put on by the Islamic Circle of North America Canada.

There will be a forum put on by BBWLC called, Combating Discrimination and Implicit Bias — How You Can Make a Difference.

The forum features MP for Markham-Thornhill Mary Ng, who is the former director of appointments for the prime minister, as well as Alison Biro, criminal and family lawyer, Lauren Burrows, from Laurier Brantford, Azra Chaudhry, from YMCA and Marion MacDonald, the former First Nations trustee on the Grand Erie District School Board.

Volunteers will run a soup kitchen alongside the event while refreshments are served.

Everyone is welcome to attend.

Celebrate Islamic Heritage Month this Sunday

The Brantford Muslim Association is hosting an open house this Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.

News Oct 12, 2017 by Victoria Gray Brant News

If you've ever wondered about Islamic history or had any questions about Islam now is the perfect time to learn.

October is Islamic Heritage month and the Brantford Muslim Association is hosting an open house at both the Brantford Mosque and the neighbouring Islamic Centre on Sunday, Oct. 15, from noon to 4 p.m.

The open house will include tours of the Mosque from Imam, Abu Noman Tarek at noon, 1, 2 and 3 p.m.

There will also be an exhibition on Islamic Hermitage in the Islamic Centre put on by the Islamic Circle of North America Canada.

There will be a forum put on by BBWLC called, Combating Discrimination and Implicit Bias — How You Can Make a Difference.

The forum features MP for Markham-Thornhill Mary Ng, who is the former director of appointments for the prime minister, as well as Alison Biro, criminal and family lawyer, Lauren Burrows, from Laurier Brantford, Azra Chaudhry, from YMCA and Marion MacDonald, the former First Nations trustee on the Grand Erie District School Board.

Volunteers will run a soup kitchen alongside the event while refreshments are served.

Everyone is welcome to attend.

Celebrate Islamic Heritage Month this Sunday

The Brantford Muslim Association is hosting an open house this Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.

News Oct 12, 2017 by Victoria Gray Brant News

If you've ever wondered about Islamic history or had any questions about Islam now is the perfect time to learn.

October is Islamic Heritage month and the Brantford Muslim Association is hosting an open house at both the Brantford Mosque and the neighbouring Islamic Centre on Sunday, Oct. 15, from noon to 4 p.m.

The open house will include tours of the Mosque from Imam, Abu Noman Tarek at noon, 1, 2 and 3 p.m.

There will also be an exhibition on Islamic Hermitage in the Islamic Centre put on by the Islamic Circle of North America Canada.

There will be a forum put on by BBWLC called, Combating Discrimination and Implicit Bias — How You Can Make a Difference.

The forum features MP for Markham-Thornhill Mary Ng, who is the former director of appointments for the prime minister, as well as Alison Biro, criminal and family lawyer, Lauren Burrows, from Laurier Brantford, Azra Chaudhry, from YMCA and Marion MacDonald, the former First Nations trustee on the Grand Erie District School Board.

Volunteers will run a soup kitchen alongside the event while refreshments are served.

Everyone is welcome to attend.