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    11th Annual Boston Palestine Film Festival: October 20-29, 2017 The highly anticipated, ever-popular festival returns for an 11th year of film, live storytelling, and more! 10 Days of Palestinian Narratives                      Closing Celebration Spotlights Palestinian Embroidery The full schedule for #BPFF2017 is now online! Opening Film: Ghost HuntingFriday, October 20, 2017 ~ 7 pm Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - Remis Auditorium Director Raed Andoni assembles ex-inmates of Israel's infamous "Russian Compound" (al-Moskobiya) to construct a replica of the interrogation center where he himself was jailed at age 18. Director Andoni in conversation following filmTickets: $20 Non-MFA member, $16 MFA member - On Sale 9/21 Opening Night After PartyFriday, October 20, 2017 ~ 9:15 pmCafe Taste Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Featuring live music by Palestinian musicians Tareq Rantisi (percussion), Naseem Alatrash (cello), and Tony Barhoum (qanun)Admission included in film ticket Closing Celebration:  Seamingly a PastTime: How Embroidery Preserves Narrative and Culture Through Time Saturday, October 28, 2017 ~ 6 pmCenter for Arts at the Armory, Somerville MATicketed ~ Includes Mezze Buffet (on sale soon)Cash Bar Embroidery has been a central part of Palestinian culture for centuries. From the Ottoman period to the present day, embroidery has remained an outlet for those experiencing occupation and displacement and provides tools for refugees to express themselves and remain connected with their heritage. As part of BPFF's closing program, join us for an evening of art and discussion as we celebrate Palestinian embroidery and reflect on its cultural role, past and present. Enjoy the work of embroidery artist Clotilde Abudi, who has generously made her stunning and extensive collection of work available for this unique exhibit and will be attending the event. Exhibit of Hand-stitched Palestinian Embroidery by Clotilde Abudi Panel Discussion with Invited Guests - To Be Announced Closing Film: Stitching Palestine Sunday, October 29, 2017 ~ 3 pmMuseum of Fine Arts, Boston - Remis Auditorium Twelve Palestinian women from around the world, all connected by the enduring thread of the ancient art of embroidery, share their life stories. Director Carol Mansour, Producer Muna Khalidi, and film subject Salma El Yassir in conversation following filmTickets: $11 Non-MFA member, $9 MFA member - On Sale 9/21 ShareablesIf you want to help spread the word about the festival, head over to our Collateral page to download shareable digital assets. Decorate your Facebook and Twitter with our festival banners and show your support for #BPFF2017!  Celebrating Palestinian Culturewww.bostonpalestinefilmfest.org ------------- Call for Submissions 2017    The Boston Palestine Film Festival is now accepting submissions for its eleventh annual festival to be held in Boston in partnership with the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston October 20-29, 2017. BPFF seeks to present the extraordinary narrative of a dispossessed people. Cinema offers a powerful means of interpreting the collective identity, historic struggle, and surreal life circumstances and challenges that Palestinians throughout the world presently face. The Call for Submissions is open through April 15. ELIGIBILITY BPFF showcases the diverse and creative work of all filmmakers (any nationality, any age) exploring both historic and contemporary themes related to Palestinian culture, experience, and narrative. BPFF accepts films in the following categories:  NarrativeDocumentaryAnimationVideo art  Other (eg, Experimental) Submitted works can be of any length. Films 40 minutes and longer will be considered features. Films shorter than 40 minutes will be considered shorts.  All foreign language entries must be subtitled in English. Submitted works should have been produced between 2014 and 2017. Any works currently in production may be submitted as rough cuts. Selected works must be provided in final form with English subtitles no later than September 20, 2017. TO SUBMIT YOUR FILM: Visit: https://filmfreeway.com/festival/BostonPalestineFi... Further inquiries: submissions@bostonpalestinefilmfest.org www.bostonpalestinefilmfest.org
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    The American Moroccan Business Council would like to inform all it's Houstonians, the Texans, and the neighboring states that: The Moroccan Mobile Consulate will be taking place in Houston Texas on Saturday and Sunday, October 21-22, 2017 between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm at the Marriott Westchase located at 2900 Briarpark Dr Houston TX 77042. Please contact the Consulate General, New York at 212-758-2625 Cell: 347-338-9404 www.moroccanconsulate.com The Embassy, Washington D.C.: 202 499 1050www.embassyofmorocco.us N.B.: Please make sure you check the above mentioned websites for detailed requirements of different consular services and bring copies of the original documents to save time.www.ambchouston.com , please share our post with all your friends, YO'LL WELCOME TO H-TOWN
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    Oct. 14, 2017 - March 11, 2018 Arab American National Museum 13624 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn, MI 48126 - Phone (313) 582-AANM (2266) Lower Level Gallery | Free with Museum admission This temporary exhibition explores artifacts and images from the early 20th century to present day that reflect and encourage separation, hate and violence. These items, even those sometimes excused as “harmless fun,” foster prejudice and discrimination. Created by the Jim Crow Museum for Racist Memorabilia at Ferris State University and expanded in conjunction with AANM, this exhibition exposes the prevalence of stereotyping in our society and helps visitors resist these messages. Sensitive Content Warning: This exhibit contains images and language that may not be appropriate for all visitors – including racial and ethnic slurs and photographs of murder victims.
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    St. Jude Cultural Festival October 206PM-11PM October 2111AM-11PM October 2212PM-10PM Join Us for our biggest Festival yet2 Acres of Live Entertainment , Lebanese Cuisine,BeermWine,and Fun & Games for All Ages Free Admission! 1437 West BodilloWest Covina , CA 91790 (626) 214-8453info@stjudemaronite.org
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    We are happy to announce that The Lebanese American Council for Democracy will be holding Election Workshops to help the Lebanese Diaspora better prepare and register to vote in the next Lebanese elections 2018. LACD election experts will volunteer their time to explain and assist voters throughout the whole process. All you need to bring is your Lebanese identity card or passport. Our first meeting will be held on October 15, at 12:00 noon, at Our Lady of the Cedars of Lebanon Church (61 Rockwood St, Jamaica Plain, Ma 02130). October 22, at noon, Saint Theresa Church ( 343 N Main St, Brockton, MA 02301) October 29, at noon, St Anthony Maronite Church (145 Amesbury St, Lawrence, MA 01841) November 5 at noon, St George Orthodox Church (55 Emmonsdale Rd, West Roxbury, MA 02132) More workshops at different locations will be announced later. Hope you can all join us! For more information, contact:Mrs. Nathalie HomsyHomsynathalie@gmail.com781- 492 7662Or Mr. George JbeilyJ.george93@live.com978- 390 9095 يتشرّف المجلس اللبناني الأميركي للديمقراطيّة بدعوتكم لحضور سلسلة اجتماعات تختصّ بالتحضير والتسجيل للانتخابات اللبنانية القادمة. سيقوم خبراؤنا بتفسير جميع الإجراءات المتعلّقة بالتسجيل للانتخاب من خارج لبنان والمساعدة في إتمامها.نرجو ان تنضمّوا إلينا في ١٥ تشرين الاول، الساعة ١٢:٠٠ ظهراً، في قاعة كنيسة سيدة الأرز, لحضور اول اجتماع. الرّجاء أحضار بطاقة الهوية اللبنانية او جواز السفر.سيلحق هذا اللقاء اجتماعات أُخرى تُعلن مواعيدها لاحقاً.هذه الدعوة مفتوحة لجميع أعضاء الجالية اللبنانية.
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    October 13-22 San Francisco Bay AreaOctober 27-29 Los Angeles More Info and Full Lineup visit http://fest.arabfilmfestival.org/2017/ ------- Get your All-Access Festival Pass today! Choose from four options, from the VIP Festival Pass that includes parties and special screenings, to the 6 Flex Pass. PRESALE prices end August 31, so get yours today. Full Schedule of films coming out Sept 13 Festival PassThe Festival Pass gives you access to all the films throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles. Includes Opening Night. PRESALE $120 (until Aug 31) Reg $150 VIP Festival PassGet the VIP treatment. The VIP Festival Pass is more than just about the films. Get access to the after party, VIP reception and special screenings. PRESALE $150 (until Aug 31) Reg $200 Los Angeles PassEnjoy all films presented at our Los Angeles edition (Oct 27-29), including the opener in LA. PRESALE $50 (until Aug 31) Reg $60 6 Flex Pass*In town for just a couple of days? Pick any six films during the festival and save. $60 *excludes Opening Night https://www.eventbrite.com/e/aff2017-festival-pass... ---------------- 21st Annual Arab Film Festival OPENING NIGHT FILM and PARTY We are excited to announce this year's Opening Night film: Solitaire (Mahbas). Director Sophie Boutros tackles prejudice and forgiveness in this romantic comedy about a Lebanese woman who invites her Syrian fiance' to meet her parents for the first time.   This year's festival opens on Friday October 13th at the Castro, get your tickets to Opening Night today! 2017 Arab Film Festival Opening NightOctober 13, 7:30 pm Castro Theater429 Castro St, San Francisco Come and celebrate the opening of the 21st Annual Arab Film Festival with Solitaire (Mahbas). After over 20 years from opening its doors, the Arab Film Festival this year expanded into the Arab Film and Media Institute. Come celebrate the opening of our festival on October 13th at the Castro Theatre. SOLITAIREDirected by Sophie BoutrosOpening and Film at 7:30pm Parking at Everett Middle School (450 Church Street) Synopsis: 20 years past the Lebanese-Syrian war, still Thérèse didn’t get over her brother’s death by a Syrian bomb. Today her only daughter is getting engaged. Only when the suitor and his parents are at her doorstep, she discovers they are Syrian.   VIP Ticket and Pass includes special invitation to the VIP Reception before the film screening, and the After Party at the Mercer (10pm- 255 Rhode Island Street, SF). ---- You can also buy your All-Access Festival Pass! - ON SALE through Aug. 31st Best way to enjoy the festival is selecting a pass package. Want access to all the films including Opening Night? With the Festival Pass you’ll get that access. Want to join us for the parties and special screenings? Then the VIP Festival Pass is the one. There is no wrong option, it’s going to be a great festival. Festival PassThe Festival Pass gives you access to all the films, in all the cities including Opening and Closing nights. $120 before Aug. 31st, then $150 VIP Festival PassGet the VIP treatment. The VIP Festival Pass is more than just about the films. Get access to all the after party, reception and special screenings. $150 before Aug. 31st, then $200 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/21st-annual-arab-film...
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    Hosted by Middle East Institute October 21 – October 29 AMC Mazza Gallerie Theatres 15300 Wisconsin Ave. NW Washington, DC 20036 *Ticket passes are below! Please purchase tickets before the screening. Dates and times also follow below. In partnership with the 22nd annual Arabian Sights Film Festival, the Middle East Institute's Arts and Culture Program is pleased to co-present two films, 'Foreign Body' (Tunisia/France) and 'In Syria' (Lebanon/Belgium/France). 'Foreign Body' explores the reality of a Tunisian girl who flees Tunisia following the Jasmine Revolution and arrives without documentation in the Mediterranean city of Lyon, France. 'In Syria' tells the story of a Syrian family and their neighbors trapped in a flat while their city, Damascus, is under siege.  Times and Dates:  Foreign Body: Saturday, October 21 at 7:00 pm  Sunday, October 29 at 5:00 pm  In Syria: (Insyriated) Sunday, October 22 at 6:00 pm  Sunday, October 29 at 3:00 pm Tickets: http://www.filmfestdc.org/arabiansights/tickets.cf...
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    SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2017 4:00 – 5:30 PM Trinity Center for Urban Life2212 Spruce Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at door | $15 with student ID Purchase Tickets Here!https://www.eventbrite.com/e/al-bustan-concert-mus... Join Al-Bustan for our concert Music and Tales from Home - featuring Hafez Kotain on percussion, Kinan Abou-afach on cello, Issam Rafea on oud and Kinan Azmeh on clarinet. The afternoon will also be narrated with excerpts from our (DIS)PLACED Stories. Music and spoken word interweave in an afternoon devoted to the sounds of home, both far and near. The work of contemporary Syrian composers will punctuate the tale of the great human migration that took place before written history, a three-part litany for those whose stories are featured in (DIS)PLACED, and a plea for humanity to find our deeper, common roots. Ages 8+ http://www.albustanseeds.org/featured-story/al-bus...
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    October 13—November 3, “Through the Checkpoint” Opening Reception:Friday, October 13, 6:00 p.m. -8:00 p.m. The Palestine Center2425 Virginia Ave NWWashington, DC 20037+1-202-338-1958info@thejerusalemfund.org http://www.thejerusalemfund.org/13709/october-13-n...
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    Arab idol and new super star Yacoub ShaheenLive in California  Yacoub Shaheen in Orange CountyandCalifornia StarSalem Almwla ARAB IDOL YACOUB SHAHEEN LIVE IN ORANGE COUNTY - New Venueby Petra USA / Glory Entertainment  THERE ARE ABSOLUTELY NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES ON PURCHASES FOR THIS EVENT. Sun, Oct 22, 2017, 7:00 PM – 12:00 AM PACIFIC HILLS23551 Moulton Pkwy LAGUANA HILLS, CA 92653 PURCHASE TICKETShttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/arab-idol-yacoub-shah... 949-309-1900818-388-8071 More Info @http://www.petraevents.net http://www.petrausa.net
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    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
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    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
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    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
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    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
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    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
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    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
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    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
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    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
    1 Attending
    3 months
    End: January 25, 2018
    08:00 pm
    • Muhammad Ahmad
    • On Going
    End Time
    February 01, 2018 08:00 pm
    Repeat
    Weekly, until September 28, 2017
    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
    1 Attending
    3 months
    End: February 01, 2018
    08:00 pm
    • Muhammad Ahmad
    • On Going
    End Time
    February 08, 2018 08:00 pm
    Repeat
    Weekly, until September 28, 2017
    Many would relish having coffee and cake in a comfortable and cozy environment. Add to the mix, a heart-warming and friendly conversation about various current issues and it may make the ideal Fall evenings for some. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Metro Detroit is launching an open house “Coffee, Cake and True Islam” on every Thursday at their Community Center in Rochester Hills between 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Coffee, Cake and True Islam will be an ongoing weekly event for an informal and candid conversation about Islam and will be held every Thursday intended for neighbors, academia, students, media and anyone else interested in learning about the faith from its followers. No doubt we get to hear a lot about the religion of Islam from the media - unfortunately mostly in a negative light. However, the casual setting of these ongoing events is intended to give anyone curious enough theopportunity to meet local Muslims and hear firsthand what exactly Islam's true teachings.  All questions are welcome and will be addressed in an informal environment over a free cup of coffee and cake. These events will hopefully prove to be indeed a food for thought. The goal of the gathering is to create an environment where people can freely question and express their understanding of Islam and also meet local Muslims. Join us for a warm cup of coffee, cake, and some engaging conversation. Events are free and open to the public. Please review details of the event below and if you have any further questions please contact the organizers at the email address below.  If you go: •Who: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Metro Detroit •What: Coffee, Cake & True Islam •When: 7 p.m. Every Thursday •Where: Masjid Mahmood (Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center) - 1730 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309 For more info, call 248.677.1316 or email tabligh.det@ahmadiyya.us http://trueislam.com/events/coffee-cake-and-true-i...
    1 Attending
    3 months
    End: February 08, 2018
    08:00 pm
    • Muhammad Ahmad
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