Meet a Muslim

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Join Moina Shaiq, Azam Khan, and Jehan Hakim for an informal conversation about Muslims and Islam. Bring your questions, whatever they may be. The will answer as best they can. Know that they will not be offended by any question. How do Muslims practice their faith? Are women oppressed in Islam? What is Sharia law? How do Muslims view terrorism? What factors contributed to the rise of Islamic fundamentalism? Join in the discussion.

  • Azam Khan is a content strategist specializing in omnichannel storytelling.
  • Jehan Hakim is a SF native, Mother of four, Senior at SFSU; Political Science (BA). President of AAYSP (non Profit Yemeni educational organization www.aaysp.org). Teacher at MCC (Rahmah Foundation).
  • Moina Shaiq is a Muslim resident of Fremont for the past 33 years, a mother of four and an active member of our community.

Meet a Muslim

You are invited to join us and meet a Muslim, someone who likely lives in your own community. These conversations have allowed many of your neighbors to participate in an open dialogue; sharing honest questions and thoughts, receiving equally honest answers about Islam and the everyday life of a Muslim.
Please bring an open mind and your questions; nothing is off limits.

With Moina Shaiq, a Muslim resident of Fremont for 33 years, mother of four and active member of the community.

BANding Against Islamophobia

We would like to give everyone an opportunity to ask questions and discuss what’s on their mind following President Trump’s immigrant ban. Learn about the impact on our Muslim communities, how we can survive this political climate through unity, agree to disagree, and embrace our differences. It’ll be worth your time.

Join us for an open, safe, and much needed evening among your fellow residents. Bring family and friends, ask questions, and connect with each other on a personal level.

Free forum, light snacks and beverages will be provided. Limited seating.

Panelists:

  • Moina Shaiq: Founder of “Meet a Muslim” forum; speaker of our first Diversity Series. Activist and resident of Fremont.
  • Samina Sundas: Founder and Executive Director of the American Muslim Voice Foundation. She is committed to healing America and all Americans by taking the interfaith/intercommunity dialog to the next level.
  • Sabuhi Siddique: Vice Chair of Human Relations Commission at Santa Clara County