A Symposium on Muslims, Christians and Jews - what brings us together?
Saturday, 05 November 2005
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
- Brisbane Muslim School, 724 Blunder Road, Durack
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- The Hon. Chris Cummins MP, Minister for Multicultural Affairs, will open this symposium which will also be attended by The Lord Mayor of Brisbane, Cr Campbell Newman.
The speakers are:
Keynote speaker: Mr Keysar Trad, founder of the Islamic Friendship Association of Australia and Trustee of Australian Islamic Educational Trust.
- Archbishop Most Rt.Revd.Phillip Aspinall (Anglican Primate of Australia)
- Bishop Most Revd.Brian V Finnigan DD (Auxiliary Catholic Bishop)
- Rabbi Uri Themal OAM (Rabbi of Temple Shalom Gold Coast)
Community Dialogue - questions and answers
Facilitator: Ms Geraldine Doogue
World events have caused some people to question the ability of religious communites to live side by side. Yet there are important values we share that not only transcend our differences, but through which the community can benefit and be uplifted. What are the shared values that are important to Muslims, Christians and Jews?
The symposium is preceded by a community event starting at 4:30p.m. with an Information booth, music, stalls, activities and BBQ.
Parking is available in the grounds
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