Friday, June 24, 2016

UK: Ahmadiyya Muslim women tour Sikh temple in Newcastle


They were given a guided tour of the Gurdwara where they were able to see some of the similarities between Islam and Sikhism. Books and information leaflets were presented to them.

Times of Ahmad | News Watch | UK Desk
Source/Credit: Chronicle Live
By Alice Holmes | June 22, 2016

Women auxiliary of Ahmadiyya Muslim Association were given a guided tour of the Gurdwara where they were able to see some of the similarities between Islam and Sikhism.

Women auxiliary of Ahmadiyya Muslim Association took a profound step towards creating interfaith harmony between Muslims and Sikhs.

What: They were given a guided tour of the Gurdwara where they were able to see some of the similarities between Islam and Sikhism. Books and information leaflets were presented to them.

Where: Sikh Temple, Cottenham Street, Newcastle.

Organised by: Women of Ahmadiyya Muslim Association.



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