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Family Picnic in the Park

Date: Sunday 15th July
Time: 12.30pm
Venue: Heaton Park, Main Playing Fields, St Margaret’s Road Entrance

Family Picnic in the Park

Snack sale from 12.30 onwards
Zuhr Jamaat 2pm
Talk after Prayer

Sports/games for young & old
Face painting and henna for children
Everyone welcome to this free event- Please bring your own packed lunch!

Organised by UKIM Khizra Mosque in conjunction with the Jewish Muslim Forum, and the Christian Muslim Forum

Poster for the event

You Can’t Call People Terrorists Without Evidence

Independent, Thursday 21 June 2007

One of the difficulties in formulating an internationally agreed definition of terrorism is that the term is so slippery. All the actions carried out by terrorists are already crimes under existing laws. What the use of the term does is to mean that these are especially abhorrent crimes. It is mainly used as a term of abuse.
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Conference in Search of Authentic Muslim Voices

Earlier this month, Tony Blair hosted a meeting entitled “Islam and Muslims in the West Today” for the purpose of letting “the authentic voices of Islam, in their various schools and manifestations, speak for themselves”. The invited panellists included the Grand Mufti of Bosnia Mustafa Ceric , Grand Mufti of Egypt Ali Gomaa, and Prime Minister of Pakistan Shuakat Aziz.
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Condemning the Decision to Honour Salman Rushdie

This event was held on the 3rd of July 2007 at Saffron Restaurant in Manchester. The event was organised in response to the Knighthood conferred upon Salman Rushdie by the UK Government.

Representatives of the Muslim community gathered to condemn and expose the knighthood of Rushdie as a deliberate attempt to inflame community relations and facilitate the wider agenda of the government.
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