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The World Federation’s presence at Nahjul Balagha Conference - Peterborough, UK

Posted on Fri, 2014-02-14 06:21

Updated 6 November 2013

The World Federation were invited to hold a stall at the Nahjul Balagha conference that took place on Sunday 29th September 2013 in Peterborough, UK.

The event was organised by the Islamic Thought, a local Islamic organisation. The conference was well attended by many delegates and renowned speakers from across the world.

The World Federation’s stall displayed its vast array of World Federation titles, as well as DVDs and CDs, (see www.wfshop.org for details).

The most popular books turned out to be the recent publication of the Story of Nabi Yusuf, 180 Questions, as well as the children’s book ‘My First Book of Faith’.

For more information email islamiceducation@world-federation.org


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