Mobile exhibition in Regina on Tuesday, then on to Moose Jaw and Saskatoon
A mobile exhibition that aims to stop Islamophobia has arrived in Saskatchewan.
The travelling display is a campaign by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at community.
A trailer full of volunteers has been stopping in communities across Canada in an attempt to spread a positive message about Islam and clear up misconceptions about the faith.
The van departed from Halifax on July 10 and arrives in Regina on Tuesday.
Zeeshan Ahmed, the Imam for the Regina chapter of the organization, told CBC’s The Afternoon Edition anyone with questions is encouraged to visit the trailer.
“We want to clear this misconception that Islam is no longer going to be hijacked by extremists,” Ahmed said. “True Muslims that are peaceful by heart will actually spread the message of peace to our fellow Canadians and our fellow neighbours.”… read more at cbc.ca