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The Muslim Forum: Should Muslims Vote?

http://www.aimislam.com/files/muslimforum/voting/votingevent.jpgWith the British General Elections round the corner, Muslims in Britain have to ask some long hard questions about their interactions in British society and how best to preserve an Islamic identity. The Muslim Forum challenges the status quo and asks the question: Should Muslims vote in the upcoming elections? The event featured short presentations from each panellist followed by an extensive open forum question and answer session.

 

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The Muslim Forum

Presents

SHOULD MUSLIMS VOTE?
A Question of Identity & Interaction in Britain

With the British General Elections round the corner, Muslims in Britain have to ask some long hard questions about their interactions in British society and how best to preserve an Islamic identity. The Muslim Forum challenges the status quo and asks the question: Should Muslims vote in the upcoming elections? The event features short presentations from each panellist followed by an extensive open forum question and answer session.

Chairperson:
Ali Ridha Jaffer

Panellists include:

Dr. Mohammad Saeed Bahmanpour
Principal of the Islamic College

Ahmed Haneef
Cleric & Lecturer in Islamic Studies

Ismail Patel
You Elect

Arzu Merali
Co-founder, Islamic Human Rights Commission

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Date: Sunday 18th April 2010

Time: 5.30pm – 8.00pm

Venue: Islamic Centre of England
140 Maida Vale, London, W9 1QB

Refreshments will be served

Organised by:
Islamic Centre of England (ICEL)

Supported by:
AhlulBayt Islamic Mission (AIM)

 

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