Friday, March 31, 2017

UK: Successful multicultural event in Newcastle


Presentations were then delivered by ladies from different countries, where they sang their national anthems whilst holding their countries flags. 

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Times of Ahmad | News Watch | US Desk
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By Hannah Colley | March 29, 2017

A multicultural day where more than 10 nationalities were represented was held at Northumbria University, Business School.

The event began with a recitation of the Holy Quran.

Presentations were then delivered by ladies from different countries, where they sang their national anthems whilst holding their countries flags.

A Pakistani wedding ceremony was also shown, to show the cultural differences of a special event.

The event was hosted by Women Auxiliary of Ahmadiyya Muslim Association, Newcastle.



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