Author Archives: Aladien

Lifting the Veil on Islam #9 – Rebutting Terrorism and Bigotry, Mar 2, 7 pm

March 2, 2017 7:00 – 8:30 PM
At the Islamic Community Center of Augusta
465 Old Evans Rd, Martinez, GA 30907
Contact: outreach@isaugusta.com

Presentation Outline:
Who are the Muslims in the United States?
What do Muslims believe?
What do Muslims practice?
What is Sharia and how does it affect human rights in general and women’s rights?
What are extremism, radicalism and terrorism?
Why is Islamophobia is the wrong answer to terrorism?

This event is open to the Public. A question and answer session will follow the presentation. Refreshments will be serve

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Lifting the Veil – Session 5 – Islam and Democracy- November 10, 2016

church-and-state

Professor Mohammad Fadel will discuss common questions related to the problem of democracy and religion broadly and in the case of Islam particularly.

What is the relationship of religion to democracy?
Does religion support democracy or undermine it?
How do such questions play out in the context of Islam?

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Community Health Fair – October 8, 2016 10AM – 2PM

health-screening

Community Health Fair sponsored by APPNA
Saturday October 8, 2016 10AM – 2PM
Location: 120 Davant St, Martinez, GA
(Same building as MCSA Food Pantry)
Blood Pressure
Blood Glucose
BMI
Dental screening
Asthma/COPD screening
Preventive counseling
Free Flu shots to the first 50 patients

Sponsored by Association of physicians of Pakistani descent of North America

Lifting the Veil – Session 4 – Islam a Faith Hijacked- October 6, 2016

mercy

Thursday October 6, 2016 7:30 – 9:00 PM
Islamic Community Center of Augusta
465 Old Evans Road, Martinez, GA 30907
Contact: 706-210-5030

The most essential foundations of Islam have been overshadowed completely by both “Muslim” religious and political leaders as well as western political and media interests, to name a few.
The time has come to reclaim Islam from all those who have hijacked it for their own interests.
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