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Be sure to check out PrincetonMSA's awesome Islam Awareness Week! 

THIS WEEK, On 
TUES April 22, we're hosting Sylviane Diouf, historian and award winning author, who will speak on Islamic Roots of the Blue: Songs and Stories of Enslaved Muslims in America.  

Look forward to seeing you at our weekly Wednesday class with Shaykh Walead Mosaad. Newcomers are always welcome!


 

 


NJ-TRANSIT TO PRINCETON STATION (DINKY)
- Take the central line shuttle bus to Rocky College (ask the bus driver)
- Follow the bus route live online: http://princeton.transloc.com/ (Central line is purple)

 
PARKING for MURRAY-DODGE: 
-Metered Street Parking on Nassau St or Prospect Ave or surrounding side streets
-MUNICIPAL PARKING GARAGE at SPRING STREET (30 Spring St, Princeton, NJ 08542)
-PARKING GARAGES at CHAMBERS STREET AND HULFISH STREET

Please allow for 10-15 minute walk from parking areas to Murray-Dodge
 
 

 

WEEKLY EVENTS

Tuesday April 22
Islamic Roots of the Blues: 
Songs & Stories of Enslaved Muslims in America

Conversation with Sylviane Diouf
Award Winning Historian of the African Diaspora and Prolific Author
McCOSH Room 2, 6.30 PM

WEDNESDAY April 23
Living Islam: A Guide to Spiritual Ethics
with Shaykh Walead Mosaad
6-7.15 pm, McCosh, Rm 2 

THURSDAY April 24

Qur'an Halaqa
with Imam Sohaib Sultan

5.30 pm, Murray Dodge, rm 22

FRIDAY April 25
Jummah Experience: Nurturing Faith & Community
12.50 pm Qur’anic Recitation 
01.10 pm First Adhan, Sunnah Prayers
01.20 pm Khutbah with Imam Sohaib Sultan
02.00 pm Meet & Greet over samosas
Murray-Dodge Hall, East Room  |  Everyone is welcome!

Qur'anic Commentary in Arabic: Stories from the Qur'an 
with Matthew Schumann, GS NES 
Each week, we will explore a story from the Qur'an using various traditional commentaries, in a casual and free flowing atmosphere. Level of Arabic: intermediate to advanced.
4 pm | Murray-Dodge, Room 22