1. Muslim Community Supporting Muslim Patients
2. Free Palestine Walk
3. Al-Farooq Masjid Family Day
4. Final "Peaches" Show THIS weekend!
5. Relationship Summit: Focus on Domestic Violence
1. Muslim Community Supporting Muslim Patients

Are you interested in helping Muslim patients at metro Atlanta hospitals?
Metro hospitals currently lack resources in the Muslim community to help them meet the spiritual needs of Muslim patients.
Find out how you can help by attending Muslim Community Supporting Muslim Patients, a workshop sponsored by the Islamic Speakers Bureau of Atlanta and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
For a minimal registration fee of $10, you will gain the following:

  • An introduction to the hospital setting
  • An understanding of hospital chaplaincy
  • Opportunities for volunteering with hospital chaplaincy programs
Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, said, "A Muslim owes another Muslim five rights: Returning the greeting, visiting the sick, joining funeral processions, accepting invitations and blessing those who sneeze."
Register today. The workshop is on Saturday, October 9 at 8:30 AM and is filling up fast!
Please see the attached flier.

2. Free Palestine Walk


The Free Palestine Walks are silent marches to take place in October on behalf of an equitable U.S. policy toward Palestine that advances freedom and equality for the Palestinian people.
The Free Palestine Walks have two major goals:
First, to raise awareness about the situation in Palestine among Americans who will take part in, sponsor and observe the walks, including your family members, friends, neighbors and community members. And second, to raise funds for a powerful AAPER advertising campaign to be launched in the cities where the Walks took place.
Like AIDS Walks, Breast Cancer Walks, and Freedom Walks during the Civil Rights Movement, the Free Palestine Walks can have a major impact across the United States as we work to advance an equitable U.S. policy toward Palestine that finally advances freedom for the Palestinian people!

Before October 15: $15; After October 15: $20 

For more information on the Walks, please visit http://www.aaper.org/freepalestinewalks or email [log in to unmask].

3. Al-Farooq Masjid Family Day

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4. Final "Peaches" Show THIS weekend!
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Peace PT's Atlanta-area Friends!

Can't Get Enough? Haven't Seen It Yet? Know Someone Who Must See It?Spread The Word! Bring Friends! Join us for the final Atlanta performance!
SEATS ARE LIMITED! More Info and Tickets Here.

PEACHES @ Atlanta Micro-Fest!


Join Progress Theatre, as we bid farewell to our beloved PEACHES in a final Atlanta performance. Progress Theatre's signature play, PEACHES, is featured as a mainstage performance in NET's  Micro-Fest: Atlanta - Race, Culture, and Aesthetics at 6pm on Saturday, October 9, 2010 at 7 Stages Theater in Little 5 Points.


PEACHES is presented as part of Micro-Fest: USA, one festival happening in three cities. From October 2010 through January 2011, the Network of Ensemble Theaters (NET) will premier its highly anticipated 2-day "micro-fests" in Atlanta, Los Angeles and Philadelphia. NET is a national coalition of ensembles that exists to propel ensemble theater practice to the forefront of American culture and society.  For a tickets and complete schedule of Micro-Fest: Atlanta events visit:www.ensembletheaters.net  

Presented by the Network of Ensemble Theaters: Micro-Fest Atlanta

WHEN:  Saturday, October 9th @ 6pm
WHERE: 7Stages (Directions)
1105 Euclid Ave

Atlanta, GA 30307

TICKETS: $10-$20

For tickets, visit  http://ensembletheaters.net.

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5. Relationship Summit: Focus on Domestic Violence


Relationship Summit: Focus on Domestic Violence

Saturday, October 9, 2010, 10 am-1 pm

Atlanta Masjid of Al-Islam

560 Fayetteville Rd. SE

Atlanta, GA 30316


Guest Speaker:  Imam Mansoor Sabre, Resident Imam of the Atlanta Masjid of Al-Islam.


Facilitators:  Hadayai Majeed, Baitul Salaam Network, Inc., Shyam Sriram, Muslim Men Against Domestic Violence and Amita Rao, Raksha Inc.


Sponsored by the Georgia Commission Against Domestic Violence and the Baitul Salaam Network, Inc. 


Who Should Attend? 

Imams/Amirs, educators, youth group leaders, masjid/Islamic center committee chairs, MSA advisors, MSA leaders, Muslim Girl/Boy Scout leaders, social workers, sociologist, counselors, business people, non-profit organization leaders, medical/legal and academic professionals, non-profit organization leaders


RSVP by calling (404) 378-1600

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