Muslim Community Lobby Ireland is an independent organization established 1st May 2007. Its motto is TO USE THE VOTE RIGHTLY AND TO RAISE THE MUSLIM COMMUNITY AWARNESS WITH THEIR RIGHTS AND TO PROMOTE TOLERANCE AND UNDERSTANDING OF OTHER EXISTING GROUPS. لترشيد استعمال الصوت الانتخابي ولتوعية وتعريف المسلمين بحقوقهم في ايرلندا وان يعيشوا بتفهم للواقع وللجماعات الاخرى الموجودة على الساحة
Friday, October 3, 2008
RCSU Eid Dinner4th Oct Saturday at 6pm in Exam Hall
Ticket entry is 4 euro to getin.Organised by RCSU,RCSI isoc, PMCA and Fosis Ireland Chapter.
From the Vatican to Al Azhar tour, 17th October-26th October 2008
Speaker: Idris Tawfiq (Ex-Roman Catholic Priest, Now a Muslim Speaker.His full biography is below after events list)
17 Oct 08Meeting with Primate of Ireland, the Most Rev Dr John Neill, AnglicanArchbishop of Dublin2.30 pm
Talk: From the Vatican to Al Azhar : My journey to IslamLaunch of FOSIS BookshopAstra Hall, University College Dublin7.00pm hosted by University College Dublin Islamic Society18 Oct 08Dawah Training Workshop (by invitation only)
Royal College of Surgeons Ireland10 amhosted by Royal College of Surgeons Ireland Islamic Society19 Oct 08
Visit to Muslim Youth Ireland (MY-Ireland) Islamic Information Tableie The Dawaah Stall (in front of GPO, O Connell St. Dublin)
Radio Interview : 'Islam in Focus'NearFM 4.30pm at Near 90.3 Fm hosted by Br Abdul HaseebTalk in Dublin Mosque after Maghrib prayershosted by Islamic Foundation Ireland20 Oct 08Meeting with Lord Mayor of Dublin1030am Mansion House, DublinTalk: Who wants to be Muslim these days?
Boole 2University College Cork7.00pm hosted by Muslim Cultural Society University College Cork 21 Oct 08Meeting with Lord Mayor of Cork2.00pm Cork
Talk: On Erin's Green Valleys: The future of Islam in Irelandhosted by Cork Mosque22 Oct 08 Meeting with Mayor of Limerick4.00 pmLimerick23 Oct 08
Talk: Muslims, Christians and the Real JesusLarge Lecture Theater Clinical Science (CSI)National University of Ireland Galway7.00pm hosted by Muslim Youth Society National University of Ireland Galway24 Oct 08
Talk: Is Religion Relevant today? Closing CeremonyRobert Emmet Theater, Trinity College Dublin7.00pmhosted by Muslim Students Association Trinity College Dublin Idris Tawfiq has a degree in English language and Literature from theUniversity of Manchester and a degree in Sacred Theology from thePontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas in Rome. For many yearshe was Head of Religious Studies in different schools in England andWales and has much experience of teaching, both in the UK and Egypt.Before embracing Islam, Idris was a Roman Catholic priest.As a writer, Idris Tawfiq has written for newspapers and periodicalsin the United Kingdom and is now a regular contributor and Consultantto http://www.islamonline.net/ and http://www.readingislam.com/. He writes a weeklyarticle in Egyptian Mail, Egypt's oldest English-language newspaper,and Sawt Al-Azhar, the newspaper of Al-Azhar University. He is theauthor of Gardens of Delight: a simple introduction to Islam (2005).Travelling all over the globe, Idris speaks about Islam both to groupsand on television and radio.He has appeared in an article by Mary Fitzgerald of Irish Times(11/08/2006)http://www.ireland.com/focus/gageby/underthecrescent/tawfiq.htmFor further details please visit http://www.fosisirelandchapter.com/?p=79-- This is a responsible information based e-mail. If you DO NOT wish toreceive further emails, simply contact http://email@example.com and you willbe removed from the list immediately.Please NOTE Éire Islamic Events does NOT take responsibility for any of theevents, notices or comments, presented in this e-mail bulletin, other than its own. Those who are interested in taking part inany event or enquiring about a particular notice, should contact the appropriate organisations or individuals. This e-mail is offered as a community service, and is compiled on a best endeavours basis.If you wish to put up an announcement please email Éire Islamic Events on firstname.lastname@example.org
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