By Susan Smith Rabia Terri Harris, Muslim Peace Fellowship founder and author of Reclaiming the Prophet’s Jihad: A Primer on Islamic Nonviolence, spoke on the centrality of mercy and justice […]
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The Muslim Peace Fellowship joined thousands of faith-based organizations and civil society representatives in signing the “Faith Communities Statement on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons” presented to the United Nations […]
Özlem Cekic, one of Danish parliament’s first female Muslim members has found a unique way of responding to the hate mail she claims to receive on a weekly basis ― […]
Dear Readers, As you may already have heard from the news, this weekend, 17-year-old Nabra Hassanen was fatally attacked as she headed back to her mosque in Virginia. Deeply saddened […]
Sharing with you the Guardian article describing how the Imam’s calming action amid the chaos and terror saved Finsbury Park suspect from angry crowd.
Open to: Muslim young adults between the ages of 19 and 29 years old (ONLY 2 spots are available) Venue: July 5 – August 13, 2017, in Stony Point, New York Costs: […]
We are happy to present you the fascinating interview with Rabia Terri Harris speaking on ‘Nonviolence in a Multifaith World’. Please click the link below for the video.
MPF would like to share with you the article featuring Ahed Festuk, MPF member and Syrian asylum seeker. Please visit The Rockland Journal News for the full article.