NC: Islamic Leader to Give Talks



Imam E. Abdulmalik Mohammed, a national spokesman for Imam W. Deen
Mohammed, the son of Elijah Mohammed, will give four local talks this weekend.

Abdulmalik is credited with helping to arrange a meeting between Mohammed
and Pope John Paul II, and he works to establish relationships and dialogue
between people of different races, nationalities and religions on
Mohammed's behalf.

Abdulmalik will begin his visit to the Triangle at 1:30 p.m. Friday, when
he plans to lead the weekly services at Ar-Razzaq Islamic Center, located
1009 W. Chapel Hill St. Then, at 1 p.m. Saturday, he will lead a community
discussion at the Islamic Center on "Researching Our Faith and Supporting
Business Life in Our Neighborhoods."

At 10 a.m. Sunday, Abdulmalik and Rabbi Raachel Jurovics will make a
presentation at Temple Beth Or, located at 5315 Creedmoor Road in Raleigh.
The topic will be: "Presenting The Correct Pictures of Two Faiths."

Also on Sunday, Abdulmalik will talk about "Presenting the Correct Picture
of Islam" at Vital Link East, 1214 E. Lenoir St. (corner of Rock Quarry
Road) in Raleigh.

For more information about the free, public events, contact Imam
Abdul-hafeez Waheed at (919) 225-1729.

 


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