The Origins of Hajj Lecture & The Hajj Exhibition

 A Joint AMSA and MKA-RA Event: Origins of Hajj Lecture followed by a Khuddam group visit to the Hajj Exhibition at the British Museum

Event: Origins of Hajj Lecture followed by visit to the Hajj Exhibition at the British Museum
Date: Friday 10th February
Venue: UCL (Cruciform Lecture Theatre 2, Cruciform Building, Gower street, London, WC1E 6JF) & British Museum
Speaker: Hafiz Ijaz Tahir

Time: 5:30pm

The world’s most prestigious museum, the British Museum in London, is hosting a dedicated exhibition specifically focusing on the institution of Hajj and its history. In conjunction with this event, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Students Association at UCL and the Majlis Khuddamul Ahmadiyya Research Association are hosting a talk on the institution and origins of Hajj (at UCL Cruciform Lecture Theatre), followed by a group visit by Khuddam to the exhibition at the British Museum.

Please note that entrance to the exhibition requires a ticket which can be purchased on arrival.

This event is open to everyone however students are requested to bring their student ID as a discounted price of £5 will be available.

Non-students will have to pay £10.

All those wishing to attend the exhibition must email research@khuddam.org.uk BY WEDNESDAY 8TH FEBRUARY AT 3PM to confirm their place. You may still purchase a ticket after this deadline however we will not be able to confirm your place, as the exhibition only permits a limited number of people at any one time.

Jazak’Allah
Tauseef Khan | Mohtamim Amoor-e-Tuluba
Rizwan Safeer | Symposia Team Leader MKA-RA
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