Internationally-acclaimed American Muslim Scholars gather in Nation’s Capital for East Zone Conference on the weekend of April 20th
May 3rd, 2012
Washington DC– Community leaders, civic organizations, business leaders and students from all over the United States came together for the annual East Zone Conference on April 20-22nd at the George Washington University in Washington, DC to discuss issues relating to the American Muslim Youth and local society.
The theme for the 2012 conference was taken from a verse in the Quran, “So remember me, I shall remember you.”
“The east zone conference is great event that has continuously allowed attendees to walk away feeling not only spiritually revived, but also ready and willing to make a positive difference in our society,” said the conference’s organizer Muhammad Sattaur.
Over 600 attendees participated in the conference, with speakers and scholars that included Chaplain Khalid Latif, Hafidh Wisam Sharieff, Chaplain Amjad Tarsin, Professor Hisham Mahmoud, Chaplain Omer Bajwa, Ustadh AbdelRahman Murphy amongst others.
The Muslim Students Association of the United States and Canada (MSA National) is a non-profit organization that strives to facilitate networking, educating and empowering the American Muslim college students of today to be productive citizens of tomorrow’s global community.