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Communications Coordinator, Sultan Muhammad to Speak on the significance of Charity in Islam
November 9, 2006

What: Loyola University Discusses 'Charity in Islam'

This year in observation of Hunger Awareness Week, Loyola University and the Muslim Student Association of Loyola University explore the significance of helping the poor and underprivileged from the Islamic perspective.

When: The session begins November 9th at 6PM

Sultan Muhammad, CAIR-Chicago Communications Coordinator, will speak on the Islamic concept of the individual and social responsibility to the poor.                  

Where: Loyola University at the Bremner Lounge
              6525 N. Sheridan Road
              Chicago, IL 60626

Contact: CAIR-Chicago at (312) 212-1520 or Loyola University at (773) 274-3000 for more information


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