The 10th Annual Prophet Muhammad (s) Day Interfaith Conference

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The 10th Annual Prophet Muhammad (s) Day Interfaith Conference

Muslims for Peace, Inc. has organised the 10th Annual Prophet Muhammad (s) Day Conference on Sunday, March 5th, 2017 at 2:00 PM. The event was held in the Busch Campus Center Multipurpose Room (604 Bartholomew Road, Piscataway Township, NJ 08854).

The 10th Annual Prophet Muhammad (s) Day event will focus on the current state of political affairs in the country, calling for awareness, concern, and action to combat racism and bigotry of Muslims. By now, everyone has heard of the current Muslim Ban being placed on citizens and residents of seven prominent Muslim countries. Right now, this ban targets Muslims and shows the embedded racism and hatred of Muslims in the current leadership. Let us stand in solidarity with the marginalized and underrepresented minorities and put an end to the hatred. Let us empower ourselves and have our voices heard. #MuslimBan


Mehdi Hasan

(Award-winning British journalist)
Mehdi Hasan is an award-winning British journalist, broadcaster, author and political commentator. He is the presenter of both UpFront (filmed in Washington DC) and Head to Head (filmed at the Oxford Union).He moved to Al Jazeera from the Huffington Post UK where he was political director. He has been named one of the 100 ‘most influential’ Britons on Twitter, and was included in the annual global list of ‘The 500 Most Influential Muslims’ in the world (‘The Muslim 500’). His debate-winning speech at the Oxford Union on Islam and peace went viral online, amassing more than two million views. Mehdi is also the author of two books – a biography of former Labour Party leader Ed Miliband and an e-book on debt and the financial crisis.

Rabbi Marc Kline

Rabbi Kline has taught Ethics, Philosophy, Religion and Government courses at the high school, college, and graduate school level for most of the last fifteen years. In Lexington, Rabbi Kline served as an adjunct instructor at the Disciples of Christ Lexington Theological Seminary (Pastoral Care and Diverse World Cultural Worship), Transylvania University (Jewish – Christian Relations), at the University of Kentucky (Jewish Thought and Culture), and Eastern Kentucky University (Religion). At Temple, he teaches in our Religious school, joins Cantor Clissold to tutor each Bar/Bat Mitzvah student, and regularly runs diverse adult education programs.

Rabbi Kline has served as Chair of the Lexington Fayette County Urban Government Human Rights Commission. This commitment to social justice saw him co-lead the march on Columbia, South Carolina in 2000 to bring the Confederate Battle Flag from atop the Statehouse dome. His commitment to diversity sees him serving internationally on the Board of Directors of the Association of Reform Zionists of America (ARZA), where he is involved in the pluralism and peace process politics in Israel. Rabbi Kline has extensive Chaplaincy experience, and has devoted a great deal of time to community service in local and national organizations.

Rabbi Marc publishes a weekly Torah Commentary to an international E-mail list and a weekly digital periodical. He holds a deep commitment to fostering Interfaith relationships, mentors other clergy in pastoral care, and consults with religious, public, and private organizations, and schools on matters of leadership, diversity, social justice, and long range planning.

Previously widowed, he is married to Lori Bernard. They have seven children between them: Diogo, Doug, Corey (married to Adam), Joshua, Danielle, Ilana, and Rachel (who lives here with Rabbi and Lori).

Tulsi Gabbard

Congresswoman of Hawaii’s 2nd DistrictEl
From a very young age, Tulsi has shown a passion for public service. Her commitment to serving the community and making a positive impact has influenced every major decision in her life. Her service has included working with at-risk youth, joining the Hawai`i National Guard and deploying twice to the Middle East, being elected to the Hawai`i State Legislature and the Honolulu City Council, having the honor of serving Hawai`i’s people in the U.S. Senate as legislative aide to Senator Daniel K. Akaka, continuing her ongoing work and leadership on environmental issues and projects, and now serving in Congress as the Representative for Hawai`i’s 2nd Congressional District.

Imam Mustafa El-Amin

Imam of Masjid Ibrahim in Newark NJ.Married with three children, two sons and one daughter.  Retired Newark Teacher, devoted 25 years to teaching Students with Special Needs. Received his BA degree in Community Development in 1979 and Master’s Degree in Public Administration in 1983 from Rutgers University. Performed Hajj in 1992. Authored several books.

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