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Published On:09 March 2012
Posted by Indian Muslim Observer

IJMA Foundation to hold first annual 3-day Indian Muslim Fest in Hyderabad

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Hyderabad: IJMA Foundation will hold its first annual 3-day Indian Muslim Fest in Hyderabad, India, from April 20- 22, 2012.


IJMA Foundation in a press release said that the Indian Muslim Fest is being held to spread the message of peace, unity, brotherhood, and to increase cooperation and understanding of each others’ views and opinions. The fest will also aim to challenge many of the misconceptions about Islam and the Muslim community.


IJMA Foundation’s Indian Muslim Fest is first of its kind in India. The fest is aimed at providing information about Islam to whoever is interested. It is also about bringing people together, sharing thoughts, learning from each other. It will also provide opportunities for people to work together on issues of mutual concern.


Some of the proposed programs during the event are:


• Lectures, workshops & seminars
• Career guidance and counseling
• Exhibition of products and services produced and provided by members of the Muslim community
• Fun & entertainment
• Movies/documentaries screening
• Photography exhibition…and a lot more…


For further details, please contact:


Dr. Faheem
Director
The IJMA Foundation
+91 98482 99980
http://www.ijma.org.in/
http://www.facebook.com/ ijmafoundation

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