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Beyond the Talk: What Canadians Can Do to End Rohingya Genocide

Beyond the Talk: What Canadians Can Do to End Rohingya Genocide
Everyday, thousands of Rohinga Muslims flee death by crossing into neighboring countries.

This evening, Burma Task Force Canada invites you to a humanitarian fundraising event for the welfare of Rohingya Muslims. The event details are listed below:

“Beyond the Talk: What will it Take to End Genocide”

An evening to learn what Canadians can do and raise funds to end Rohingya Genocide.

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When: 

Monday, October 9, 2017 @ 4:30 pm-8:30 pm (Thanksgiving Weekend)

Where:

Maple Banquet Hall, 1325 Eglinton Avenue East, Mississauga, ON L4W 4L9

What: 

Insightful Presentations | Inspirational Enterntainment | Scrumptious Dinner | Silent Auction | Children’s Program (ages 3-8)

Who:

Imam Abdul Malik Mujahid (Author & Community Organizer | Chair, Burma Task Force | President, Sound Vision | Chair Emiritus, Parliament of World’s Religions)

Dr. Hamid Slimi (Imam & Resident Scholar, Sayeda Khadijah Centre | President, Faith of Life Network | Former Chairman, Canadian Council of Imams)

Anwar Arkani (Founder & President of Rohingya Association of Canada)

& more presenters!

Burma Task Force Canada was established by the Canadian-based nonprofit Task Force for Peace and Justice to stop the genocide of the Rohingya Muslim minority group and the persecution of other ethnic groups. They have been approaching human rights organizations to improve the treatment of Rohingya refugees in India, Thailand, Malaysia and Bangladesh.  They have organized several demonstrations across Canada in partnership with other advocacy groups.

Click here to find Muslim relief organizations through which you can donate and support the Rohingya Muslims.

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