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Check out the Let The Quran Speak Family Day Weekend Dinner This Sunday
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February
2019

Check out the Let The Quran Speak Family Day Weekend Dinner This Sunday

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Check out the Let the Quran Speak Family Day Weekend Fundraising Dinner this Sunday, February 17th, in Scarborough, Ontario.

Let the Quran Speak is a weekly talk-show that promotes understanding and appreciation of Islam and Muslims. Since 2001, it has addressed a wide range of topics, such as the controversies over changes to the Ontario Sex Ed curriculum or unionization in Islamic Schools, to profiles of Muslim Canadian creatives and entrepreneurs. These episodes help viewers, both Muslim and non-Muslim, to better understand their fellow Muslims and appreciate Islam as one of our world's major religious traditions, with over a million Muslims calling Canada home.

In keeping with the Family Day theme, there will be a separate supervised activities for children that includes a Kids Program and Petting Zoo!

The Family Day Weekend Fundraising Dinner will feature guests speakers such as Muslim Canadian novelist Uzma Jalaluddin, and Imam Siraj Wahaj from the United States.

There will also be a musical performance by Dawud Wharnsby.

For more details about how to purchase a ticket to attend this event, click here.

You will also get to hear from the team behind Let the Quran Speak, resident scholar Dr. Shabir Ally, returning host Safiyyah Ally, and Executive Producer Mahmoun Hassan.

In keeping with the Family Day theme, there will be a separate supervised activities for children that includes a Kids Program and Petting Zoo!

You can watch Let the Quran Speak across Canada on Vision TV on Saturdays, 2:30PM (ET); JoyTV11 in Winnipeg on Saturday, 1PM (CT); JoyTV10 across British Columbia on Saturdays, 6:30PM (PT); and, CTS across Canada on Saturdays, 6AM (ET). You can also watch interviews on Let the Quran's Speak's YouTube Channel.

The Family Day Weekend Dinner will help to raise funds to support the production. Let the Quran Speak is entirely a not-for-profit educational initiative, and we rely on your continued support and contributions for the upkeep and development of the show.

If you are unable to attend this event, but would like to support the Let the Quran Speak, click here to make a donation.

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