On 16th May begins 2nd edition of Arabic and Muslim Culture Days! The whole event will be unique, thanks to the fact that this year it is organized in cooperation with the Embassy of State of Kuwait in Poland. His Excellency Mr Adel Hayat, Ambassador of Kuwait in Poland has also given His patronage to the event.
Main aim of the event is to introduce Arabic and Muslim culture to inhabitants of Toruń, through dance, music and many different workshops and meetings. We hope to entertain you and offer you great fun full of attractions!
More details soon!
We also invite You to visit our website:
Manezha Dost architekt Kabul – Kraków: Bridges Through ART Instytut Francuski w Krakowie, ul. Stolarska 15 exhibition open 20 february – 14 march 2014 opening and a meeting with the author on Feb. 20, 2014, h. 18.00 The exhibition “Kabul – Krakow: Bridges Through ART” tells the story of Afghanistan. It presents images, photographic documentation and…
InshaAllah, Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan will be visiting Hamburg, Germany on Fri, Mar 7th. If you are around this area, please register for this Free event – Foundations Of Faith - http://bayyinah.com/studentcenter/?sem=443
Polish Muslim comunity in Media
http://www.academia.edu/1152035/Mosques_in_Poland._Past_and_present “There are three purpose built mosques in Poland, with another mosque currently under construction. However, many more buildings of this kind existed in Poland in the past, owing to the traditionally tolerant laws for religious minorities, including the Muslim faith. During the first half of the 20th century, however, there were cases when it…
http://www.planetaislam.com/poland/report.html 1. Brief history of Islam in the country. Over 600 years ago the Tatars fled from their homelands at a time when they were engaged in civil wars. They moved west and settled in Lithuania, which was part of the Polish empire subjected to the Polish king. Enlisted into military service they were rewarded…
http://www.krakowpost.com/article/2587 Experts on Islam and Muslim activists came together for a panel at the Joseph Tischner European University in Krakow in July to share personal stories of the Muslim experience in Poland, and how it is changing with the influence of the Arab Spring. “Muslims should feel as comfortable in Poland as they do in…