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Muslims For Life Blood Drives – Columbus, OH, 2016
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Students Association of the Ohio State University commemorated the 15th Anniversary of the 9/11 attacks with commemorative blood drive. The event generated a great response and had over 40 donors participate.
Stop the CrISIS – UC Riverside – 2015
UC Riverside Ahmadiyya Muslim Students Association held a panel event featuring the National Spokesperson of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – USA and Riverside Council Members, as a part of the national Stop the CrISIS campaign. The event featured remarks from the panelists as well as a keynote presentation from Zafar.
Stop The CrISIS – Detroit – 2015
Missionary Azam Akram of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community headlined an event hosted by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association of Detroit, a part of the Stop the CrISIS campaign launched by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – USA. The event featured a presentation on the campaign as well as an open Q&A session with Imam Akram.
Science & Religion Panel – UT Austin – 2014
Featuring an interfaith panel representing Muslim, Jewish, Christian, and Atheist perspectives, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Students Organization at the University of Texas at Austin held a symposium on the topic of Science & Religion. The event featured the President of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association, Dr. Bilal Rana, among other representatives, and drew over 100 attendees.
ISIS or Islam? UC Irvine – November 2014
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Students Association at the University of California – Irvine held an event featuring Islamic Scholar and Advocate Mujeeb ur Rehman of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, to discuss the contrast of ISIS and the true teachings of Islam. The event was held as a part of the Stop the CrISIS Campaign
Muslims For Life Blood Drives – UT Austin – 2015
As a part of Islam Awareness Week on campus, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Students Organization at UT Austin hosted a week of blood drives, in partnership with the Baylor Scott and White Blood Center. The blood drives aimed to show the true teachings of Islam, condemn violence, and ultimately drew nearly 150 donors.
Lahore Attacks Memorial – UT Austin – 2015
To commemorate the 5th anniversary of the Lahore Attacks on the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Pakistan in May 2010, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Students Organization held a memorial event featuring 86 flags marked with the names of those who had been martyred. The display remained through the week and was observed by numerous students, and had a display denoting the significance of the flags and memorial.
Stop the CrISIS – UT Austin – 2015
As a part of the ongoing Stop the CrISIS campaign, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Students Organization at UT Austin hosted a panel event featuring Dr. Robert Jensen of the School of Journalism and Harris Zafar, National Spokesperson of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA. The event featured two distinct perspectives on the same issue of terrorism and its origins, and current uses by groups such as ISIS