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UK Conference: Are You Concerned with Human Rights Violations?

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A conference organised by the University of Leicester Islamic Society
to discuss the violations of Human Rights from the perspectives of the three Abrahamic religions: Judaism; Christianity; Islam.
Are You Concerned with Human Rights Violations?

Reasons?
Consequences?
Blames?
Role of Religion?
What do religions have to say about it?

A conference organised by the University of Leicester Islamic Society
to discuss the violations of Human Rights from the perspectives of the three Abrahamic religions:
Judaism
Christianity
Islam

Confirmed speakers include:
Ms Yvonne Ridley (Journalist)
Massoud Shadjareh (Islamic Human Rights Commission)
Rabbi Abraham Grohman
Vicar Peter Hobson (Church of the Martyrs)
Sheiky Ibrahim Mogra

Sunday 12th May 2002
2.00 - 6.00 pm
Queens Hall
Percy Gee Building (Students' Union)
University of Leicester

Free admission. Stalls and exhibitions will be available. For details, please send e-mail to:

TIME TABLE

Chairman: Massoud Shadjareh

2.00 pm. Present the aim of the conference,
2.15pm: Human Rights from the perspectives of Torah and Judaist Faith and how Judaist world is affected by violations of Human rights, case works, reasons and consequences
By Rabbi Abraham Grohman


2.45pm: Human Rights from the perspectives of Bible and Christian Faith and how the Christian world is affected by violations of Human rights, case works, reasons and consequences.
By Vicar Peter Hobson.


3.15pm: Human Rights from the perspectives of Kur`an and Islamic Faith.
By Sheikh Ibrahem Mogra

3.30pm: How the Muslim world is affected by violations of Human rights, case works, reasons and consequences
By Massoud Shadjareh


3.45pm-4.30 Break (exhibitions and stalls)

Chairperson: Massoud Shadjareh


4.30-5.00pm: Yvonne Ridly, Human rights struggle through personal experience and observation
By Yvonne Ridly

5.30-6.00pm: Panel Discussion and Concluding Remarks by the Chairman.

Yvonne Ridly
Massoud Shadjareh
Rabbi Abraham Grohman
Vicar Peter Hobson.
Sheikh Ibrahem Mogra

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