New Zealand: Insight on Islam — Discussions about the Quran

“The event was quite successful and the response was really good. People were able to see the true nature of Islam.” — Iman Shafiqur Rehman 

The event was organised by Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at

Photo: Chief organiser of the exhibition Sabhan Shah holds a copy of the Maori translation of the Quran, with national president Bashir Ahmad Khan and Iman Shafiqur Rehman.

More than 50 people came out to see displays of the Quran and listen to discussions about Islam and terrorism on Saturday.

The event was organised by Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at, which is a sect of Islam.

“The event was quite successful and the response was really good,” Iman Shafiqur Rehman said. “People were able to see the true nature of Islam.”

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