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“Houston Iftar” Annual Ramadan Dinner with the Mayor Takes Place on July 12, 2014

Bayou City Event Place will host 1300 – A large number of Community members has already registered

The Yearly Tradition returns with the “Houston Iftar” Annual Ramadan Dinner coming up on Saturday, July 12th, 2014 at 6:00 PM at the picturesque Bayou City Event Center. The Honorable Mayor Annise Parker will be the keynote speaker at this auspicious event.

The event is being organized by Abu Dhabi, Baku, Istanbul & Karachi Sister City Associations Along With The Islamic Society of Greater Houston and all Collaborating organizations including:
AL-Noor Society of Greater Houston, AL-Noor Institute of Islamic Sciences, AL-Iman Youth, Arab American Cultural & Community Center, Association of Physicians of Pakistani Descent of North America (South Texas Chapter) American Federation of Muslims of Indian Origin (AFMI), Bangladesh Association Houston,Bangladesh Students Association-UH, Bilateral Arab Chamber of Commerce, Clear Lake Islamic Center, Council on American Islamic Relations Texas – Houston Chapter (CAIR Texas), Dawoodi Bohra Masjid, Dialogue Institute of the Southwest, Greater Houston Retailer Cooperative Association (GHRA), Hashoo Foundation, House of Charity, His Highness the Aga Khan Council for Southwestern United States, Houston Shifa Services Foundation (HSSF), Ibn Sina Foundation, Interfaith Ministries for reater Houston, Jamia Mecca Masjid-Beechnut, Masjid Ghouse Azam, Makkah Masjid-Dairy Ashford, Muslim Council of USA, Pakistan Association of Greater Houston, Pakistan Chamber of Commerce – USA (PCC-USA), Pakistan American Council of Texas (PACT), Pakistani Association of Golden Triangle (PAGT), Pakistan American Society of Texas (PAST), Pakistan Club of Houston, Texas USA, Pakistan Students Association – UH, Raindrop Turkish House, Risala Foundation, Rupani Foundation, Sindhi Association of North America (SANA), Shah Latif Cultural Institute of Texas (SLICT), Sun Charity-USA, South Asian Chamber of Commerce, The National U.S. Arab Chamber of Commerce, Texas Turkish Chamber of Commerce, The Citizens Foundations USA, Tayaba Masjid-Katy Texas, Team Pakistan, University of Karachi Alumni Association of Houston, and more are to join in days to come.

In a statement, the event organizers have stated: “Houston is truly one of the most diverse cities in the world. This will be a remarkable opportunity to show unity among Muslim organizations and religious groups, and to remind us that we share the same human values of respect and dignity, irrespective of race, color, religion, or the origin of an individual. Our goal is to make it an inclusive event and we would like to urge all Houstonians to be part of this important occasion for the Muslim community. We are honored to showcase our diversity and culture in Houston.”

This event is open to the public: Only thing is that RSVP is needed, so that organizers can arrange for ample food and space. Sponsorship opportunities to introduce ones’ business and organization to diverse & affluent group of people are available. Sponsors and participating organization will be listed on the program. Organizers have urged to share this event information with everyone in your community.

Event will also include religious leaders, interfaith leaders, elected officials, diplomats, media, and people from several facets of life.

What: “Houston Iftar”-Annual Ramadan Dinner 2014 with the Mayor Annise Parker

When: Saturday July 12, 2014 at 6:00 PM

Where: Bayou City Event Center, 9401 Knight Road, Houston, Texas 77045 (Near Reliant Stadium, 610/Fannin St.)

Ramadan is the 9th month of the Islamic calendar, is the month of fasting. Throughout the month, adult Muslims around the world abstain from food, drink, smoking, and sexual relations between dawn; and sunset. In the Holy Month of Ramadan, Muslims give in extra acts of charity, and spend extra time in worship. Fasting helps to teach patience, self-control and humility.

Contact:
Muhammad Saeed Sheikh: Phone: (281) 948-1840,
Humayun Mahmood: Phone Ph (713) 524-6615
Ruhi Ozgul : Phone:(713) 480-6566,
Email: info@houstoniftar.org
WEB: www.houstoniftar.org

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