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Rabi al-Awwal 15, 1426 AH: International Tabligh Conference 2005

All praise belongs to the Almighty [swt], the Master of the Universe.

“Verily this Ummah (nation) of yours is one Ummah, and I am your Lord, therefore worship (serve) me" [The Prophets: 92]

All praise belongs to the Almighty [swt], the Master of the Universe. As a tribute to the Holy Prophet of Islam [s] and his Pure Progeny [a], the Islamic Humanitarian Service will be hosting its 5th International Tabligh Conference with the theme of, The Ummah: A Growing Community. A sample of the sub-themes that will emanate from the main conference theme include: the growing number of Muslims in North America, the social structure and state of Muslims, youth issues, the generation gap, and internal as well as external Tabligh opportunities.

The Tabligh Conference will be held in Brampton, Ontario, at the one of Canada’s newest Islamic Centres, namely the Ma’sumeen Islamic Centre www.masumeen.org The conference will be held on the Victoria Day long weekend, i.e. May 21-22, 2005. I.H.S. conferences typically feature a large number of Ulema from across the continent, as well as exciting and interactive workshops and presentations. The conference is an opportunity to reach out to all Muslims and to showcase the ummah as envisioned by the father of the nation, Prophet Muhammad al-Mustafa [s].

Some of the speakers include: Mawlana S. Muhammad Rizvi (Toronto), Mawlana S. Muhammad Naqvi (UK), Mawlana Ali Sbaiti (Montreal), Mawlana Amir Mukhtar Faaizi (USA), Mawlana Muhammad Saeed Haidari (Qum), Mawlana S. Moustafa Qazwini, (USA), Alima Tahera Kassamali (Vancouver), Sr. Sukaina Dewjee (Toronto), Sr. Mehjabeen Dhalla (Montreal), and many others.

In an effort to highlight the achievements of the Ummah, as well as to nurture political relationships, the I.H.S. conference will feature a host of politicians and special guests from local, provincial, and federal governments. The Conference will also feature presentations and updates from the various I.H.S. branches including Muslim Youth Association, United Muslim Women of Canada, Book Publishing, Al-Haqq Newsletter, Family Harmony and much more. The MYA Scholarship Winners will be announced and presented at the conference.

Registration fee for the two days (including meals) is a nominal $14. Be sure to register early to avoid disappointment by logging on to www.ihsconf2005.org or by emailing your full contact information to ihsconf2005@MuslimYouth.ca and sending you payment to the Head Office. This is indeed shaping up to be an exciting family and educational event you don’t want to miss! Register today!

NOTE: Call for Volunteers - if you would like to be a volunteer at the conference, please email zkarim@MuslimYouth.ca

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The Muslim Youth Association is a branch of the Islamic Humanitarian Service