The groups promote peace, condemn terrorism and dispel myths about Islam.Missionaries hope to dispel myths about Islam
“Islam does not promote violence or any discriminations,” said Rizwan Rabbani, national executive director. “But there are rumours out there about Islam and terrorism and we want to dispel those misconceptions. We are coming to Grimsby to dispel that misinformation and, if there is any, we are glad to answer any questions people may have.”Promoting religious harmony
The community will be one of 17 visited Saturday including Lindsay, Parry Sound, Chatham and Paris by a combined team of 293 high school and university-aged volunteers. The volunteers go door-to-door with pamphlets condemning extremist acts, promoting understanding and religious harmony and providing a telephone number for those who have more questions.Muslim missionaries seek to dispel myths, promote harmony
The effort is part of a nationwide campaign designed to condemn terrorism, promote peace and dispel myths about Islam through understanding of its central tenets.
Five Muslim men made their way to Sault Ste. Marie on Wednesday on a mission to dispel myths about Islam and promote harmony with other faiths.
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