On April 3rd WNYMuslims dropped off 50 roses along with inspirational quotes of the Prophet Muhammad to both Sister's Hospital and St. Josephs Hospital. Rev. Dale Stanley, Manager of Spiritual care at Sister's Charity Hospital: St. Joseph's campus, shared some heartwarming stories of patients who received the roses. You can listen to Rev. Stanley's testimonial byclicking here.
Also you can view photos of the "Roses of the Prophet" event VIEW HERE
Last night the Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo hosted their annual interfaith Seder, which is recognized as one of the largest in the United States. Members of varying local religious communities, including Muslims, Christians, and Sikh’s joined the local Jewish community in celebrating Passover at Temple Beth Zion.Read More.
A memorial service for the Jews lost during the holocaust or Yom Hashoah was held at Temple Beth Tzedek. The room was packed with many community members from the Jewish community and others to remember the Holocaust tragedy. Read More.
The University at Buffalo is well known for taking part in special causes by hosting multiple walks. This past Saturday, it introduced a new cause, human trafficking. A group of UB students, who go by the name ‘Bloggers Against Social Injustice’, collaborated with an organization called ‘Free Them’ in hopes of spreading the word about human trafficking that occurs in the United States and how citizens, like us, can help put a stop to it. Read More.
NRC 33rd Annual Appreciation Dinner DVD Now Available
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Muslims in the Media
An Evening with Lauren Booth & MLFA
Written by Nathar
A remarkable woman with an extraordinary story, Lauren Booth left me entranced and wanting more. On a collaborative mission to support the cause of justice in America, Ms. Booth joined Mr. Khalil Meek, co-founder of the Muslim Legal Fund of America (MLFA), as they travel the nation in hopes of impacting, and changing lives through fundraising one city at a time.
It is admirable to know that Muslims, Christians, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists, atheists and people of other faiths are also involved in protecting all freedoms and to promote justice by giving their time and money in support of MLFA's mission. Lauren Booth, a revered journalist and sister-in-law of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, shares in this sentiment, as she shared her passion behind her becoming a peace activist and, later, a Muslim revert. READ MORE
Network of Religious Communities' 33rd Annual Appreciation Dinner DVD Now Available
For those who attended the 33rd Annual Appreciation Dinner hosted by the Network of Religious Communities last Thursday, a DVD f the event is now available for purchase from WNYMuslims.
To order your DVD of the event contact us at 716-923-4386.