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The Federation of Student Islamic Societies in the UK and Ireland (FOSIS) Presents…




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Shaykh Riyadh ul Haq,


Shaykh Haitham al-Haddad,


Shaykh Ahmed Babikr,


Professor Tariq Ramadan


The Conference is a chance for Muslims students in different regions from across the UK and Ireland to engage with one another on a variety of topics, along with discussing and debating potential prospects for the future with regards to the issues we are being challenged with today. This is the ONLY national conference based on and for Muslim students, and is always a memorable event.


Amongst the proceedings, some of the highlights will include an opportunity for attendees to listen to incredible speakers and pose questions to some political figures - plus lots more. An event not to be missed.


Entry fee is £5


Date: Saturday 20th June 2009

Venue: University of Birmingham

Time: 10am (Registration)



For more information, please see our Facebook group:


Visit: Facebook - 'Preserving the Legacy, Shaping the Future' - FOSIS Annual Conference '09 OR FOSIS: Federation of Student Islamic Societies, email: conference[at]fosis(contact admin if its a beneficial link).uk or ring 0208 452 4493 for more details or bookings[using large font size is not allowed][using large font size is not allowed]


This is the ideal opportunity for every Muslim student to voice their opinion, network with other Muslims from across the land and learn from some of the best scholars this country has to offer.



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TICKETS & OPEN TO ALL INFO:[using large font size is not allowed]


Anyone wishing to attend the conference can buy tickets from: FOSIS: Shop insha-Allah and that the conference is open to all.

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