Free public lecture: The Impact of Christian-Muslim Relations on World Peace Print
World peace and Christian-Muslim relations
World peace and Christian-Muslim relations:
An Iranian cleric’s perspective
During a time when news media outlets focus on religious extremism that leads to terrorism, Mohammad Ali Shomali calls Muslims and Christians to co-operation and collaboration. As a respected Islamic scholar, clergyman and leader, he presents a vision of Islamic peacemaking in the western world. 
Free public lecture: The Impact of Christian-Muslim Relations on World Peace 
Time and Date: 2 p.m., Thursday, March 31, 2016
Location: Waterloo Lutheran Seminary, Albert Street and Bricker Avenue, at the southwest corner of Wilfrid Laurier University’s campus in Waterloo.
Parking: If you park in one of the seminary lots, please obtain a parking pass from the seminary office after you arrive. Parking may also be available on the street.
Mohammad Ali Shomali is the director of the Islamic Centre of England, and  founding director of the International Institute for Islamic Studies based in Qom, Iran. Alongside the Mennonite Central Committee, he has co-ordinated many Mennonite-Muslim dialogues; cross-cultural student exchanges; and teaching exchanges by Muslim and Christian scholars between schools in Iran and North America. This lecture is co-sponsored by Waterloo Lutheran Seminary and the Kitchener-based Islamic Humanitarian Service.