Living the Values of Islam with Dignity for the Self and Respect for the Other
June 3rd, 2006
CAIR-Chicago’s Executive Director, Ahmed Rehab, will speak at ICNA’s Dawa’ah Conference, Saturday June 3rd at the Islamic Foundation.
Title: Living the Values of Islam with Dignity for the Self and Respect for the Other
A true and proper understanding of Islam provides for a beautiful way of life. Faith in God combined with Love (mawada) and Compassion (rahma) for his creation are key Islamic values that heal both the inner turbulence of the soul and the outer turbulence of political unrest and social strife.
The Islamic spirit nurtures education and activism as effective paths towards achieving social harmony and justice. A true and proper understanding of Islam is conducive to intellectual and scientific inquisitiveness; as such it is conducive to civilization
The ideal way to share Islam with others is to live its values; do the good act; speak the beautiful word.
While Muslims are encouraged to share the beauty of Islam with others, we must be very mindful of the right of others to differ with our beliefs and ideals. We must remain tolerant of differences, and respectful of pluralism and diversity.
ICNA Dawa’ah Conference
- Concerned about the public image of Muslims?
- Wish you can do something to change it?
- Want to know how to make a difference?
Then this conference is for YOU!
… an opportunity to learn from the experts …
When: Saturday, June 3rd, 2006
Time: 10:00am – 5:00pm
Location: Islamic Foundation
300 W. Highridge,
Villa Park IL 60181
Sponsored By: Islamic Foundation, Villa Park
Organized By: WhyIslam, A Dawah Project of ICNA