Ramadan Without Borders: Embracing Diversity in Unity
✓ Free for all. Come as you are.
(Limited seats available)
✓ Prayer spaces provided.
Bring your own prayer garments.
✓ Sign language interpreter available.
Ramadan Without Borders: Embracing Diversity in Unity Date: Saturday, 24th February 2024 | 8:00 PM Venue: MCAS Auditorium
Synopsis: Ramadan Without Borders: Embracing Diversity in Unity explores the universal themes of community, compassion, and shared humanity during the sacred month of Ramadan. In this enlightening talk, we delve into the essence of Ramadan, transcending religious boundaries and inviting people of all faiths and backgrounds to partake in its spirit. The talk navigates through the rituals and significance of Ramadan, offering a nuanced understanding that extends beyond religious affiliations.
We explore the universal values embedded in the month, such as empathy, gratitude, and self-reflection, which resonate with people from diverse cultures and beliefs. Through personal stories, anecdotes, and shared experiences, this talk aims to break down misconceptions and build bridges of understanding. It emphasizes the idea that Ramadan is not exclusive to a particular community but serves as a universal celebration of shared values that can bring people together in unity.
Ramadan Without Borders: Embracing Diversity in Unity is an invitation to embrace the richness of diversity, fostering a sense of togetherness and appreciation for the common threads that bind us all. It encourages participants to embark on a collective journey of self-discovery and mutual respect, ultimately creating a space where everyone can feel connected and inspired by the universal teachings of Ramadan.
Ustazah Syariati Sulaiman is a professional mother of three boys, freelance ustazah and public speaker. She is passionate about supporting women from all walks of life through Islamic Knowledge & Faith. She has been teaching women for almost 10 years now and truly enjoys making connections and building a sisterhood! She studied Islam in Damascus, Syria after finishing O'levels and got a Diploma in Islamic and Arabic Knowledge. In 2013, she graduated with a Degree in Islamic Knowledge and Heritage from IIUM. She is presently leading Islamic classes for women, actively participating in the Asatizah Youth Network (AYN), and playing a key role as a co-founder of Lawaabaya (The Lawa Abaya Shop).