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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : October 1 2008
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, October 2, 2008 25 NEWS Author Hanifa Deen will speak at Ashfield on her book, The Jihad Seminar. Holy subject of talk THE author of The Jihad Seminar, Hanifa Deen, is one of the speakers at October's Authors at Ashfield series. The Jihad Seminar examines freedom of speech versus freedom from religious vilifi- cation. In March 2002, three Muslims attended an Evangelical Christian seminar promoted to reveal the inner secrets of ''Holy Jihad''. Shocked by what they heard, they con- vinced the Islamic Council of Victoria to lodge a complaint against Catch the Fire Ministries, under a controversial new hate speech law. The author recounts the story of the five- year long court case. This event takes place at 1pm on October 8 on Level 3, Ashfield Civic Centre. Books are available for sale and signing. For details call Ashfield Library on 9716 1810. Artist takes a peek in the park ASHFIELD Council's latest artist-in-residence Cher Breeze is hosting an exhibition of prints and photographs. The exhibition, en- titled, A peep into Pratten Park will open at 6.30pm on Friday and run until October 11. The exhi- bition is at Thirning Villa, within Pratten Park at 40 Arthur St. Gallery hours are 10am- 2pm. For details visit www.ashfield.nsw.gov.au or phone 9716 1866.
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