The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association to host Peace Symposium at Theydon Bois Village Hall

Theydon Bois Village Hall will host Essex's first Peace Symposium

Theydon Bois Village Hall will host Essex's first Peace Symposium

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A religious group is hosting a conference aimed at tackling prejudice, with civic leaders and senior police officers set to attend.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association has organised the Essex Peace Symposium, aimed at removing misconceptions and promoting the integration of different cultures in Britain.

The group is part of a movement founded in 1889, with worldwide membership exceeding tens of millions.

Civic leaders and senior police officers will be attending the meeting at 4pm on March 29 in Theydon Bois village hall in Coppice Row.

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8:09pm Sun 16 Mar 14

Villagecranberry says...

Maybe the could start the meeting by denouncing the likes of Chowdry and his followers and all the acts of terrorism by Muslims who are British subjects.
Maybe the could start the meeting by denouncing the likes of Chowdry and his followers and all the acts of terrorism by Muslims who are British subjects. Villagecranberry
  • Score: 21

5:59am Mon 17 Mar 14

pan says...

When there are so many cuts being implemented and the Police are already stretched this seems rather extravagant. It might be easier to explain that there are a set of laws, read them, follow them and we will all get along just fine. The laws apply equally to all.
When there are so many cuts being implemented and the Police are already stretched this seems rather extravagant. It might be easier to explain that there are a set of laws, read them, follow them and we will all get along just fine. The laws apply equally to all. pan
  • Score: 11

5:05pm Mon 17 Mar 14

welshmen says...

No Comment....
No Comment.... welshmen
  • Score: 2

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