In recent years, it has become more and more apparent that little is understood about Prophet Muhammad. Whether it be the representation in the media or attacks on his behavior, issues prevalent today portray a one-sided approach. However, to examine the reality of the situation, to fully understand what the faults in these representations currently are, it’s important to evaluate Prophet Muhammad’s character, his actions, as well as this modern representation.The Arab Spring to the Occupy Wall Street this year has been full of protest. We will be addressing the concepts of social justice and human rights from the examples bought to us from Prophet Muhammad and people of faith from around the world. Join us for this exciting event.

RSVP: Prophet Mohammad Day

Sunday March 25, 2012

2:30 PM to 5:30 PM


Rutgers University

Rutgers Student Center

126 College Avenue

New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Prophet Mohammad (SAW) Day

Year of Revolution: Social Justice & Human Rights

Keynote Speakers

Hassanain Rajabali

Imam Khalid Latif

Joshua Stanton


Islamic Calligraphy Exhibition

Quran Exhibition

Free Admission / Free Parking

Food will be served

Contact:201 450 8434/732 306 3773/ 551 804 9406

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