The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is returning to Kincardine on Oct. 11 to canvas the area, with hopes of educating residents about the misconceptions of Islam in wake of the recent terrorist acts by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
Noman Khalil, national executive director in the department of faith outreach, said members will be knocking on doors and providing literature, in an effort to talk to residents and provide an educational bridge between other belief systems and Islam.
“We have been promoting peace, condemning terrorism and dispelling myths about Islam as a part of our Nationwide campaign for past several years,” said Khalil via media release. “With the recent terrorist acts of ISIS, it has become even more important to condemn terrorism and dispel misconceptions about Islam. “