California Premiere of AN ISLAMIC CONSCIENCE

The film is coming to Los Angeles!

Date:
Saturday, February 9, 2008
Time:
3:00pm – 5:00pm
Location:
Mudd Theater at Claremont School of Theology
Street:
1325 College Ave
City/Town:
Claremont, CA

Organized & Hosted by the School of Religion at Claremont Graduate University and Claremont School of Theology

Open to the public
Tickets: $10 per

Order tickets by emailing: agakhanfilm@gmail.com

*There are limited seats available.*

Ticket organization by Claremont Graduate University; ticket fee goes to the School of Religion at Claremont Graduate University to cover their costs.

Facebook Link for more information on above event

Producer’s Blog

Website

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, its achievements and humanitarian works.

7 thoughts

  1. Just found out from facebook that there will be an interactive discussion on Islam’s social conscience after the film and an informal discussion with refreshments.

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  2. I was at Claremont Theological College in Los Angeles and was moved beyond measure by “An Islamic Conscience.”

    It would be an honor to be included as a “Partner Institution,” as we are interested in promoting the film as an instrument of peace. How do we go about making a formal request?

    Thank you very much for your consideration,

    Rebecca Tobias
    Program Director
    Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Ethics
    http://www.RaoulWallenbergInstitute.org

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  3. Rebecca, this is an awesome gesture! My husband and I were also at the Claremont Theological College last Saturday and had volunteered our services. We did the photography and video of this very important event. It seems that minds all over the world are ready to usher in peace for humanity and it is happening rather quickly. Please do visit my website where I published some of the pictures from the event above.

    http://amaana.org/claremont/

    I visited your website and was thoroughly impressed by the work you are doing and I salute you, Salaam!

    Forgiveness is so important as it changes the whole energy of the universe and we transform ourselves and thereby transform the world.

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  4. Dear Rebecca:

    There are two avenues that I would suggest you pursue.

    1. The producer of the film is Shamir Allibhai, whose e-mail address is: shamir AT ourbigdreams dot org

    2. Noting that this is an independantly produced film, if you are interested about the ethical underpinnings of the work of the Aga Khan and the Ismaili community you may want to contact their official institutions. These include:

    The Aga Khan Development Network
    http://www.akdn.org

    The Global Centre for Pluralism
    http://www.pluralism.ca

    While there are numerous other official institutions and several web-sites, the above two will likely be the most appropriate, particularly the AKDN which is an overarching body.

    Lastly, given the Raoul Wallenberg Institute’s particular focus on ethics, I would highly recommend a read of the ethical framework document of the Aga Khan Development Network:
    http://www.iis.ac.uk/view_article.asp?ContentID=101094

    I hope this has been of some assistance to you. kind regards.

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