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  • US terrorism remembered
    Peacemaking

    US terrorism remembered

      Today, Dr. Imad Enchassi took MVPR founder Samuel Shropshire and Abdulraheem Awad on a tour of the Oklahoma City National Memorial. Enchassi is the imam of the Islamic Center of Greater Oklahoma City and is a leader of inter-faith peace activities We all remember the Oklahoma City bombing! It was a domestic terrorist truck

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  • MVPR summer peace mission to North America
    Better Muslim

    MVPR summer peace mission to North America

      MVPR founders Samuel Shropshire and Isa Alhaj Hussein will never forget all who stood with them and supported them during the past 4 months of their recent MVPR North American Peace Mission. “Your awesome kindness and help,” says Samuel, “inspired us and the entire MVPR team to keep on going, even through major car

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  • This New Canadian Holiday Reflects On The Legacy Of Indigenous Residential Schools
    Peacemaking

    This New Canadian Holiday Reflects On The Legacy Of Indigenous Residential Schools

    Thursday was Canada’s first-ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. The new statutory holiday commemorates the victims and survivors of Indigenous residential schools. It was created through parliamentary legislation this spring and codified in June — around the time when hundreds of Indigenous children’s remains were found in unmarked graves at several such sites. We

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  • SERVANT LEADERSHIP FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
    News

    SERVANT LEADERSHIP FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

    Are we prepared to take ownership of our own future through leadership or are we going to allow others to take ownership of our future? Join us to discuss what it takes to be an effective leader. SERVANT LEADERSHIP FOR THE 21ST CENTURY   on Saturday 20th, Feb 2021 at 3.15pm to 5 pm GMT

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  • Justice for the Palestinians!
    Peacemaking

    Justice for the Palestinians!

    The Palestinian diaspora There are today more than 6 million Palestinian men, women and children currently living in forced exile. They are what is known as the Palestinian diaspora. There are 3.2 million living in refugee camps in Jordan alone. These Palestinians are in most cases considered stateless—having no passport, many having lived in refugee

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  • Working for Racial Reconciliation
    News

    Working for Racial Reconciliation

    Muslim Voice for Peace & Reconciliation (MVPR) stands with our black American brothers and sisters during this time of national crisis in the United States. We grieve for George Floyd and other African Americans who have been killed as a result of bigotry and hatred. We must never be silent when someone is murdered by

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  • Worldwide Fast Month
    Better Muslim

    Worldwide Fast Month

    Dear Friends, We at Muslim Voice for Peace & Reconciliation would like to invite our Jewish and Christian friends and peoples of other faiths to join with our Muslim brothers and sisters during the month of Ramadan (24 April to 24 May). During this time we will fast and pray from sunrise to sunset. Let

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  • MVPR stands in solidarity with the Norweigian people
    Interfaith

    MVPR stands in solidarity with the Norweigian people

    It was standing room only as the first and second floirs and ladies’ prayer room filled with hundreds of people to hear Samuel Shropshire speak before the Khutba service of the Islamic Cultural Center (https://www.islamic.no/) of Oslo, Norway. MVPR wishes to express its thanks and appreciation to Imam Hamid Farooq and the ICC Oslo staff

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