Monthly Archive: December 2013

Dec 08

Multicultural Mosaic Foundation brings together Denver’s prominent people over a friendship dinner

Multicultural Mosaic Foundation in Denver, Colorado, recently held its traditional Dialogue and Friendship Dinner at one of the city’s prestigious venues, Cable Center. Having the author-journalist Mustafa Akyol, on his book Islam without Extremes promotion tour, as its keynote speaker, the event saw the attendance of several assembly members and senators of the states Colorado …

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Dec 08

Fethullah Gulen’s message in memory of Nelson Mandela

We express our heartfelt condolences for Nelson Mandela and would like to share Fethullah Gulen’s message with you. Nelson Mandela, who has been an inspiration for millions worldwide, had been awarded with “Gulen Institute Peace Award” in 2010 for his contributions to peace, dialogue and social justice. (http://www.todayszaman.com/news-233441-mandela-recipient-of-gulen-institutes-2010-peace-award.html) “We pay tribute to the honorable life …

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Dec 01

Film Screening: “BESA – The Promise”

Denver, November !7th, Sunday. There was a lot of interest on the movie screening program organized by the Multicultural Mosaic Foundation (MMF). The movie was “BESA – The Promise”, a documentary about the Albanian Muslims’ protection of the Jews of Europe during their escape from Nazis in World War II. Local people from all faiths …

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Dec 01

Wisdom House Denver, Multicultural Mosaic Foundation,The Northeast Denver Islamic Center, Abrahamic Initiative, Denver Peanut Butter Plan, Foundation for Ethnic Understanding, and Congregation Rodef Shalom participated in the Annual Muslim-Jewish Twinning Weekend.

Denver, Sunday, November 17th. Wisdom House Denver, Multicultural Mosaic Foundation,The Northeast Denver Islamic Center, Abrahamic Initiative, Denver Peanut Butter Plan, Foundation for Ethnic Understanding, and Congregation Rodef Shalom participated in the Annual Muslim-Jewish Twinning Weekend. About 200 people from different religious beliefs and nationalities came together in Denver to help prepare peanut butter sandwiches for …

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