‘The Islamic Struggle for Justice: The Cases of South Africa & Turkey’

Islamic Human Rights Commission and Cambridge University Islamic Society

‘The Islamic Struggle for Justice: The Cases of South Africa & Turkey’

Merve Kavakci & Imam Achmad Cassiem

Many movements against oppression world-wide have been motivated by or have included Islamically-motivated struggles in pursuit of justice.

Two of the Islamic Human Rights Commission’s advisors, Merve Kavakci, a former Turkish MP and Imam Achmad Cassiem, a veteran of the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa, will comment and take questions on struggles past and present and the overall commitment of Muslims to the creation of a just society.

Date: Tuesday 19th February 2002
Venue: Main Lecture Theatre, Physiology Department, Downing Site
(off Tennis Court Road and Downing St.), Cambridge CB2 3EG
Time: 6:30 p.m.

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