Reflections of Jesus and Muhammad, or Distortions?

16 June 2014, Abrar House, Crawford Place, nr Edgware Road, W1H 4LP

9 for 9.30 a.m


Are we Reflections of Jesus and Muhammad, or Distortions?

09.00    Refreshments

09.30    Welcome

09.40    Character of our ‘Founders’ – How would they view each other? Julian Bond, Director, Christian Muslim Forum and Farouk Peru, researcher, Quranology

10.15    Q&A


10.30    Why do we segregate? Dr Chris Baker, Director, William Temple Foundation with Muslim Response

10.50    Q&A

11.15    Break

11.30    Why are we prejudiced against minorities? 

11.30   His Grace Bishop Angaelos, General Bishop of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the United Kingdom  – on Copts in Egypt, Bishop Dawod Toma (Christians in Syria) and Fr Ishaq (Iraq)

12.00    Muslims in France – Toufik Kacimi, CEO, Muslim Welfare House, Finsbury Park

12.15    Stop and search in the UK Section 7 of Prevention of Terrorism Act – Khalid Sofi, Muslim Council of Britain

12.30    Q&A

13.00    Lunch and Prayers


14.15    How do we create harmony? Susanne Mitchell, Greater London Presence and Engagement Network, response from Aliya Azam, Al-Khoei Foundation

14.35    How do we create peace? Zahra Kazmi, Co-Founder Save Muslim Heritage with response Catriona Robertson, London Peace Network (5 mins)

14. 55   How do we welcome the stranger? Jon Dal Din, Director, Westminster Interfaith, with response

15.15    Q&A

15.45    Break

16.00    How following our Founders brings us together not apart

16.00    Fr Nadim Nassar, Director, Awareness Foundation and Muslim speaker (tbc)

16.30    Q&A

16.45    Concluding Remarks – Muslim speaker (tbc) and Fr Nadim Nassar, Director, Awareness Foundation

17.00    Close

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Event Properties

Event date: 16/06/2014 9:30 am
Event End Date: 16/06/2014 5:00 pm
Individual Price Free - Donations welcome
Location Abrar House
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