“Seminar about women” – commemorating international women’s day centenary 1911-2011

“Verily, the most honourable among you, in the sight of Allah, is he who is the most righteous among you.” (The Holy Quran)

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Malta will be hosting a seminar to commemorate the centenary of International Woman’s Day, at the Waterfront Hotel, Gżira, on Friday 17th June at 5 p.m. Respected Mrs. Catherine Gonzi, the wife of the Hon. Prime Minister of Malta and respected Mrs. Michelle Muscat, the wife of the Leader of the Opposition in Malta together with other speakers will be participating in the event. The programme will be presented by Ms. Valerie Vella. Refreshments will be served at the end of the seminar. Entrance is free and everyone is invited. To confirm attendance, call 7932 0139 or send an e-mail to amjmalta@gmail.com.

Venue: The Waterfront Hotel Gzira
Friday 17th June 2011 at 5.00pm (17hrs)
Ms. Valerie Vella:                              Presenter
Mrs. Michelle Muscat:                    Women in general
Mrs. Nadya Anne Mangion:        Work of the council of women
Rev. Lawrence Attard:                 Women in Christianity
Mr. Laiq Ahmed Atif:                     Women in Islam
Mrs. Catharine Gonzi:                   Women in general
Questions and Anwers
For more information please click the links below:
The Sunday Times:               –         DI-VE.COM :         –          THE TIMES:

About Laiq Ahmed Atif

www.ahmadiyya.mt E: amjmalta@gmail.com Mob: +35679655255 twitter.com/ahmadiyyamalta www.facebook.com/ahmadiyyamalta www.youtube.com/user/AhmadiyyaMalta
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