PEACE CONFERENCE 2011

Peace is one of the most cherished fruit of life. The love towards peace is ingrained in human nature. Since the beginning of life on this earth human beings have been struggling and have been very keen to find the path to eternal and everlasting peace.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat is organising a peace conference on 25th February, where speakers from different sections of society and religious representatives of various denominations will deliver talks on the factors destroying peace, importance of peace and how to establish peace in society.

You are cordially invited to
Peace Conference 2011
Friday 25th Februar 2011, 6.00pm 
Venue: Grand Hotel Excelsior, Floriana
Dr. Eddie Fenech Adam
The President Emeritus and Former Prime Minister of Malta
Hon. Dr Owen Bonnici
Shadow Minister for higher Education, Research and Culture
Mgr. Joseph Farrugia
 Lecturer at University of Malta
Mrs. Meena Vaswani
Lecturer on Hinduism and culture
Dr. Iftikhar Ahmad Ayaz (O.B.E)
OBE, Head of the Tuvalu Island High Commission UK, Senator WNC
Question & Answers
Refreshment
The Event is free, open to all, and will be in English. Those interested should contact on amjmalta@gmail.com OR call 79320139. 
http://www.jesuit.org.mt/content.aspx?id=255963
https://www.um.edu.mt/news_on_campus/events/archive/work_in_progress_in_the_social_studies_23_feb. 

About Laiq Ahmed Atif

www.ahmadiyya.org.mt E: amjmalta@gmail.com Mob: 356-79320139 twitter.com/ahmadiyyamalta www.facebook.com/ahmadiyyamalta www.youtube.com/user/AhmadiyyaMalta
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