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The Holy Quran Exhibition

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The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association South Australia is presenting a special one-day only exhibition at State Library of SA on 26th April 2016.

Entitled The Holy Quran Exhibition, this display will highlight the peaceful message of the Holy Quran and also showcase what the Holy Scripture says about questions that have always fascinated humanity like creation of the Universe, life after death, end of the Universe and prophecies about future events and inventions.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association hope that the exhibition will help fellow Australians understand Quranic teachings about various contemporary issues better, which is an urgent need in the context of various atrocities committed in the name of Islam. Various translated copies of the Holy Quran will also be on display at the exhibition.

The exhibition is FREE to attend and will run from 10am to 4pm at The Heizel Lecture Theatre, State Library of South Australia. All are welcome to discover an unlimited treasure of insight, eternal truth and wisdom. There will be opportunities for you to have your questions about Islam answered in a welcoming environment also.

For more information on this upcoming event at the State Library of SA, please visit Ahmadiyyat - Revival of Islam.

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When: 26th April 2016, 10am - 4pm
Where: The Hetzel Lecture Theatre, State Library of SA, Corner of Kintore Ave and North Terrace Adelaide
Cost: Free
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Praying for the success of this blessed endevour by Ahmadiyya Muslim Association S.A.
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