Muslim Students Association
at Virginia Commonwealth University

Islamic Principles: The Fixed and the Flexible

Join us for a two part lecture series with Imam Ammar Amonette, a graduate of the Imam Institute of Makkah, who currently serves as the Imam of the Islamic Center of Virginia. This series will examine universal Islamic principles which govern our deen, and based on those principles, which general aspects of the religion are fixed, which are flexible, and to what degree.

Part I

When: Thursday Feb. 17th 6 -7 PM

Where: Virginia Room B

Part II

When: Thursday Feb. 24th 6:30 – 8 PM

Where: Forum Room

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