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The Review of Religions Exhibition 2018

The Review of Religions Exhibition 2018
3rd to 5th August 2018

A BRAND NEW & EXCLUSIVE EXHIBITION

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Following the fantastic success of The Review of Religions’ exhibition in Surrey for the last three years, the unique exhibition is returning with new and fresh themes, between 3rd to 5th August 2018.

The Review of Religions’ exhibition provides a unique interfaith perspective and interactive experience for guests. The Review of Religions’ exhibition was launched in 2015 and was well attended by guests around the world. The exhibit grew over the following years and became a prominent exhibit at Jalsa Salana UK.

The Jalsa Salana [The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community’s annual international convention], takes place in the United Kingdom each year, as it is the place of residence of the current Supreme Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmadaba. Each year over 30,000 people attends from around the world with Members of Parliament, dignitaries, guest speakers and leaders of world faiths coming together in the name of peace and unity. The aim of the gathering is to increase the participants in both their religious as well as secular knowledge.

Tens of thousands attended last year’s exhibition, which attracted visitors from over 100 countries. The event also attracted media coverage on a global scale, with interviews broadcast on MTA International reaching an audience of over 50 million people worldwide. The Guardian, Independent and foreign media outlets have also covered the exhibition.

The Review of Religions’ exhibition is a highly interactive, engaging and informative platform which takes place every year at Alton Hampshire.

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More About the Author: 

Musa Sattar is a member of The Review of Religions’ exhibition organising team. He has an MSc in Pharmaceutical Analysis from Kingston University and is also serving as Deputy Editor of the Science & Religion section.

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