[Michigan, January 25, 2023]:
The American Human rights Council (AHRC-USA) extends its congratulations to the founders of the World Peace Outreach and Masjed Al Nour for an inspirational grand opening ceremony.
The grand opening of the state-of-the-art World Peace Outreach and Masjed Al-Nour facility in Redford Township was held on Sunday, January 15, 2023. The World Peace Outreach facility is a distinguished and valuable addition to the area’s diverse institutions.
Several dignitaries attended the event. In attendance were Rep. Haley Stevens, Rep. Rashida Tlaib; Dr. Amer Ghalib, Mayor of Hamtramck; Ms. Diane Webb, Redford Township Superintendent; Mr. Assad Turfe, Deputy Wayne County Executive. In attendance were also civic and religious leaders, law enforcement officials and local and state municipalities representatives. Retiring US Senator Debbie Stabenow attended and received the Elected Official Award.
All guests gathered to celebrate the grand opening of a unique and elegant facility with a sense of joy and pride to witness such a promising project and a big facility that will house multiple community programs and initiatives. Remarks were given by Dr. Mahmoud Al-Hadidi, CEO & Founder of the World peace Outreach and were echoed by the event’s keynote speaker, Dr. Zulfiqar Ali Shah, Executive Director of Fiqh Council in North America and fellow co-founders’ philanthropy awardees, Dr. Samir Al-Hadidi and Mr. Abdallah Sheikh.
AHRC wishes all the success to World Peace Outreach and congratulates all the awardees on their well-deserved recognition.
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