The Delaware Valley Americans United Chapter, DVAU, is proud to present Farhat Biviji: "A Muslim's Perspective on Separation of Church and State," to be held on Friday November 11, 2016, 7:00pm in the Rufus Jones Room at the Friends Center, 1501 Cherry St, Philadelphia PA.
Farhat Biviji's multimedia presentation is an excellent way to see how Islam is compatible with church-state separation. It is a fascinating journey through the history of Islam to today's world.
Farhat Biviji is a founding member of the Catholic Muslim Commission of South Jersey, and a founding member and co-facilitator of the Jewish, Catholic, Muslim Dialogue of South Jersey. These organizations are committed to building interfaith harmony and understanding in the greater area. She has been a frequent guest speaker at local churches, synagogues and other faith organizations as well as the Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs.
Free and open to the public. No food or drinks. Friends Center is located at 1501 Cherry Street, in Center City Philadelphia. It is a red brick building on the northwest corner of 15th and Cherry Streets, two blocks north of City Hall.
Discounted parking is available on the east side of 15th Street, between Race & Cherry Street. Take your parking ticket with you, and ask the Friends Center receptionist to stamp it for the validated parking rate of $15.00 for the day (subject to change). There are numerous other options, including two city-owned garages also across the street, one on 15th Street between Cherry and Arch and one on Cherry Street between 15th and 16th Streets.