World AIDS Day Prayer Service and Educational Program for the Muslim Community

Editor November 28th, 2012
Start: December 1, 2012, 4:30 pm

WHAT: Muslim Prayer Service and Educational Seminar

The Mosque of Islamic Brotherhood presents World Aids Day Prayer Service + Educational Program for the Muslim Community. Following Salaatul-Magrib, we will offer supplications for Muslims who are living with HIV/AIDS throughout the world, or those whom we have known who have passed away from the disease. Imam Al-Hajj Talib ‘Abdur-Rashid (Executive Director, The African- African American Muslim Commission on HIV/AIDS) will make a powerpoint presentation on the Global Jihad Against AIDS being promoted by the

International Muslim Leaders Consultation on HIV/AIDS, as well as a look at the AIDS pandemic’s impact on New York City neighborhoods. The first M.I.B. HIV/AIDS quilt will also be exhibited.

WHEN: Saturday, December 1, 2012 at 4:30 pm (Salaatul-Magrib)

WHERE: The Mosque of Islamic Brotherhood 130 West 113th St. (corner of Saint Nicholas Ave) in the Village of Harlem, NY 10026

Sponsored by the National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS & The African - African American Muslim Commission on HIV/AIDS

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