Saturday Lecture September 29, 2012: “An Islamic Perspective on Defaming and Abusing of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)” by Imam Dr. Talal Eid
|September 29, 2012|
|6:45 pm||to||7:45 pm|
Topic: An Islamic Perspective on Defaming and Abusing of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Speaker: Imam Dr.Talal Eid
Imam Dr. Talal Eid is the founder and the Executive Director of the Islamic Institute of Boston. He had served as the Muslim Chaplain at Children’s Hospital Boston, Tufts and is currently serving Brandeis University and Mass General Hospital of Boston. He is an Adjunct Professor of Arts Ministry at Hartford Seminary, Connecticut. On May 14, 2007 Imam Eid was appointed by President George W. Bush to serve as a Commissioner at the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom. Imam Dr. Talal Eid is a Doctor of Theology in Comparative Religion from Harvard University. He studied Islamic Law “shari’ah” at Al-Azhar University. The Imam is a consultant, specialist, and an expert on Islamic Law including issues of marriage, marital dispute, marital violence, divorce, and child custody.
Date: Saturday September 29, 2012
Time: 6.45–7.45pm after Maghrib, followed by Ishaa prayer and social community dinner