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Conversation with Hajja Saba Khalid - Questions We Ask Ourselves
Sun 23 October 2016, 18:45 – 21:00 BST
QUESTIONS WE ASK TO OURSELVES - An Evening of Conversation with Hajja Saba Khalid
Join us on a Sunday evening @ Rumi's Cave for a friendly conversation with an inspiring speaker Hajja Saba
Date: 23th October 2016
Event Starts: 7pm
Entry Fee: £5 via eventbrite or pay on the door.
Address: Rumi's Cave 26 Willesden Lane, NW6 7ST
"Can anybody tell I have no idea what I’m doing? What is the meaning of life? Is now the right time to say something? Did I turn the oven off?
We ask ourselves questions every day. Hajja Saba has been doing it for decades. Join her for an evening of conversation with women of all ages. Share questions and experiences with no guarantee of an answer.
About Saba Khalid:
A decade before she came to Islam Saba Khalid was a political activist with particular emphasis on the women’s movement and was the founding editor of Shrew, the first feminist publication of that era. She also accommodated the Black Panther movement in her house in London.
Ever since she became Muslim in 1969, Saba has been calling people to Islam and has been of service to Muslims in multiple capacities.
In the 1980s she worked with Muslim communities in Yorkshire before travelling to Pakistan, where she spent three years establishing health clinics in the Bahawalpur region. A reputable psychologist, writer & broadcaster, she has appeared on the BBC and various media as an expert on women’s issues and their relevance in the current social, economic and political climate. Her work has been described by many as inspiring and influential and as such, she is an in-demand international speaker.
She has travelled widely in the United States, Eastern Europe, Spain, Germany, France and has done an extensive amount of work in the UK. She currently resides in Derby, where she nurtures a group of new Muslims."