Source: Emc Perth –
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association of Canada (AMYA) is hosting an open house Saturday at the Perth and District Union Library from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The AMYA, which is an auxiliary wing of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has been established as a non profit charitable, religious organization in over 200 countries worldwide with 65 chapters throughout Canada.
“We have been promoting peace, condemning terrorism and dispelling myths about Islam as a part of our nationwide campaign for the past year. In last 14 months we have visited 337,374 houses in over 200 communities throughout Canada, reaching out to an estimated 1,303,941people with the help 2649 volunteers,” said Rizwan Rabbani, national executive director.
The group has been to Perth twice in the past year, both times, Rabbani says was a great experience here.
“After many successful events in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, Perth is amongst the first ones in Ontario where AMYA will be holding information session on the most misunderstood Law Shari’a,” he said.
The event titled “Shari’a, The misunderstood Islamic Law” is an open house and information session to promote religious harmony, dispel misconceptions about Islam and most of all to educate people about the Shari’a law and the West, he said.
For more information, visit http://www.alislam.org.