The African Council of Imams, Leaders of the interfaith based organizations across New York and the United African Congress invite the public to an interfaith community dialogue to discuss the recent developments surrounding the North West Airline plane bomb plot and the mounting tide of terrorism threats
In the wake of the shocking bomb plot by Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab, the Council of African Imams in collaboration with the United African Congress, the African Advisory Council and faith based organizations across New York City invite you to an Interfaith Dialogue on Friday, January 8, 2010.
Leaders from faith based organizations and institutions have been invited to this citywide dialogue that will address the views of the faith based community in the ongoing developments concerning the North West Airline plane bomb plot and the growing resurgence of terrorism around the world.
Will the voices of the faith based community inform the ongoing discussions on terrorism? Will they define terrorism as a product of religion, culture or affluence? These and many more questions will define our role as law abiding citizens residing in the United States.
The recent developments on the US bound Northwest Airline on December 25, 2009 have moved the US government, the international community and other policy makers to search for answers.
Please join the African Council of Imams, the United African Congress, the African Advisory Council, African Community leaders in New York and government officials in informing the ongoing discussions about the reported Plane bomb plot by Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab.
When: Friday, January 8, 2010
Where: Masjid Aqsa, 2136 8th Avenue (Fredrick Douglas Blvd), Between 115th & 116th New York NY 1026.
RSVP:Mr. Spencer Chiimbwe- 347 209 8300, Mr. Bourema Niambele- 917 291 3833