2 years ago

21 April, 2016

Old Teachers College 306

Organised by:
Sydney Uni Muslim Students' Association (SUMSA)

Hey SUMSA fam,

We all know that SUMSA is the MSA that does controversy and politics best. #Shotsfired #MUMSA.
We’re inviting you all to a powerful and controversial film night this Thursday, on the history of a broken land. Sudan, a country fashioned by the British colonial power and later traumatised by the civil war. Some say Sudan once represented the greatest hope for peaceful coexistence between Arabs and Africans, Muslims and Christians. What is its history? And what is its condition now?

Join us as we go into to the heart of the problem, confronting key characters in Sudan's modern history.
Special presentation by Nabila Daoud followed by FREE IFTAAR (for our Thursday-sunnah fasters) after a refreshing Maghrib prayer!
DATE: Thursday 21st of April
LOCATION: Old Teachers College Room 306
TIME: 4.00pm - 6.30pm
This event is too awesome to miss!