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Heres a list of our fantastic up and coming May Week events:

**Interfaith Event: “God and Man: what is the relationship?”**

Date: Thursday 13th June
Time: 7-9:30 PM
Venue: Bateman Auditorium, Gonville and Caius College

The discussion is sure to be engrossing and will provide a fascinating insight into the dynamics of our relationship with God from a

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Christian, Jewish and Islamic perspective. The speakers are, respectively, Dr Atif Imtiaz, Rev Colin Chapman and another to be confirmed from the JSOC.

https://www.facebook.com/events/259965660816442/?fref=ts

**Muslims in Poland Film Screening**

Date: Friday 14th June
Time: 7 PM
Venue: The Cavonius Room, Stephen Hawking Building, Gonville & Caius College (West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DS, Not at the main college site)
Event Page:
https://www.facebook.com/events/134763536723156/

Our brothers and sisters from Poland will be coming to Cambridge to air their documentary on Muslim life in Poland. The documentary looks to be extremely interesting and is sure to provide an intriguing account of the efforts, difficulties and rewards of being a Muslim in another country. Please come and show your support!

**Garden Party**:
Date:Saturday 15th June
Time: 5-9 PM
Venue: King’s College Fellows Garden
Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/463877943706533/

BBQ, slushy, nasheeds, fun & games, bake off and great company! What more do you want?

**Reminders Day**
Date: Monday 17th June
Time: 6 PM
Venue: Longman Room, Murray Edwards College
Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/473779512697281/

Reminders is back and promises to be as enlightening and rewarding an experience as always, inshallah. We shall be joined by *Imam Afroz Ali*and *Shaykh Abdal Hakim*. Unfortunately, Imam Afroz Ali will be unable to join us due to unforeseen circumstances, but his speech shall be recorded and played. Amidst the fun and mayhem of May Week, Reminders is the perfect opportunity to quietly contemplate on how to improve our lives for the better.

**Hand in Hand for Syria: A Mother’s Journey**

Date: Tuesday 18th June
Time: 7 PM
Venue: Gibson Hall, St Columba’s Church, Cambridge, CB2 3EL
Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/288804084597150/?ref=22

The situation in Syria is beyond dire. Thousands of men, women and children are being killed every week. Millions of people are displaced. The media paints a grim political future for the country, but the greatest tragedy of all is

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the widespread suffering that the Syrian people are going through.

Iman Mujahed, a representative from the UK-based charity, Hand in Hand for Syria, has recently travelled to Syria and witnessed the enormity of the humanitarian crisis. She will be speaking about her observations and experiences – as a human being and as a mother.

The talk will be followed by a food sale of DELICIOUS homemade Middle Eastern themed food. Please be generous and bring lots of cash!

**ISOC Annual Quiz**
Date: Wednesday 19th June
Time:

7 – 9 PM
Venue: Long Room, Murry Edwards College

Alas, your unwitting selves believed the pursuit of knowledge to be temporarily on hold. Unfortunately, I must inform you that you were mistaken, for the ISOC Quiz is back and is going to be bigger and better than ever! So re-open your books and get learning, or otherwise risk being condemned to the backwaters of ISOC quiz history. Make sure you come along and be sure to unleash your inner-boffin! (And get thinking of witty quiz team names!)