is pleased to announce a special lecture entitled Where is the Love? by a visiting eminent scholar of Islam, Shaykh Hisham Kabbani. He is a world renowned Islamic scholar and author. He is also the Chairman of the Islamic Supreme Council of America [website] and the As-Sunnah Foundation of America [website]. [Click here] for Shaykh Hisham Kabbani’s detailed biodata.Where is the Love?Art Fazil The event includes a special guest performance by Art Fazil.Please note that entry for the lecture is by a valid ticket only. Don’t miss this special lecture event!Islam is a religion of love and peace. The Prophet Muhammad came to guide people to love and to bring people to consciously manifest Allah’s (God’s) love in their lives. Love within the Islamic context refers to the strong affection and kindness arising out of kinship from one human being to another, as creations of Allah. It is a benevolent concern for the good of another creation of Allah. The Prophet Muhammad once said: “One who is the best of you in good conduct is nearest to me. A believer loves and is loved. There is no good in one who does not love and is not loved.” Shaykh Hisham Kabbani will elucidate the concept of love in Islam and how the lack of it has created numerous humanitarian crises and genocide across the world – Jewish Holocaust, Bosnia/Srebrenica, Rwanda, Darfur and so on. Along with that, the lack of love has also brought other issues like hatred, animosity and discrimination. The speaker will discuss how love can help us resolve such problems of humanity. He will bring to light the level and depth of love expected of a Muslim towards Allah, the Prophet, parents, neighbours, other human beings, environment and other creations of Allah.Public LectureTopic: Where is the Love?Date: Sunday 11 October 2009Time: 8 pmVenue: Suntec Convention Centre, Level 6 (1 Raffles Boulevard)Fee:| $20 per person (early bird price ends 1 October 2009)| $25 per person (2 October onwards)| $18 for studentsFree special “Insan Rabbani” Dhikr & Salawat CD worth $19.90 and other gifts.For details, registration and online payment, visit Cash & credit card payment also available at Wardah Books located at 58 Bussorah Street. For enquiries, call 65474407 or email [email protected] organiser: SimplyIslam.sgSupported by: Naqshbandi Haqqani Singapore, Wilayah Learning Centre and Wardah Books.A valid ticket is available through the following:* Online Purchase – Participants can purchase the tickets online using CREDIT CARD or PAYPAL. Buy tickets now!* SimplyIslam Office – Tickets can be purchased by CASH or CHEQUE at SimplyIslam’s office located at No. 152 Still Road. [Click here] for contact details. [Map]* Wardah Books – Tickets can be purchased by CASH or VISA at Wardah Books located at 58 Bussorah Street (Masjid Sultan area, near Arab street). [Click here] for Wardah’s contact details. [Map]