Faiths Unite Against Hatred – Our Reaction to the Presidential Elections


Thanks to all our guests and the organizing team

Over 150 attended

Representatives from Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Secular Ethics.

News clips from ABC, WJZ and WBAL awaited.

United we stand. Love for all, hatred for none.

See you again. See you soon.










The recent US Presidential election has generated a host of emotions. We have taken this opportunity to – once again – call on our faith friends to unite against all forms of hatred.

That’s why I am personally inviting you to join us next Sunday, at 2:30 pm for an interfaith gathering. Like always, there will be plenty of time to interact, ask questions, and express yourself. Please see details below:

When: Sunday, November 20th, 2016 from 2:30 – 4 pm
Where: 7302 Pulaski Highway, Rosedale, MD 21237

Recitation of Holy Quran – 2:30 pm
Welcome to guests – 2:35 pm
Guest Speakers: 2:40 pm
Open Q/A: 3:20 pm
Adjourn: 4 pm

Light refreshments will be served

Please RSVP

3 thoughts on “Faiths Unite Against Hatred – Our Reaction to the Presidential Elections

  • Hello
    I am a congregant at Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church. I attended a wonderful event at your mosque last June. I see you will have another anti-hatred event this coming Sunday. May I also forward it to the faculty at the Quaker school where I teach? I know many that would like to attend, but wanted to check with you first before spreading the invitation
    Thank you

    • Our apologies for a delayed response.

      Yes, in the future, please extend our invite to anyone who would like to join us in uniting against any and all kind of hatred.

      Have a blessed day.

      Web team

  • I am extremely proud to have participated in this afternoon’s Faiths United Against Hatred event hosted by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Baltimore Chapter. I am proud that so many Chevrei Tzedek current (and former) members were present. I am proud of our member Deborah Steinig who gave a really moving presentation that highlighted Judaism’s central message of tolerance but also expressed her anguish over how to bring our children (personal and communal) through this difficult time. I am proud to be a friend and neighbor of Mansoor Shams, who spoke powerfully about how he was shaken by the recent election but feels confident in his Muslim community’s response and that he and his community do not have any plan to leave America. I am proud of Dr. Faheem Younus, who called all the children present to the stage afterwards so that they would see that there are many of us adults who are NOT against them. I am proud that my son is good friends with a Muslim boy and that they never question whether a Jew and a Muslim should be good friends.
    I hope that we can have many more of these interfaith stands of unity and I would love for Chevrei Tzedek to host a similar gathering in the future. We will plan. And, in the mean time, we will continue to support each other inside our community and throughout the Baltimore community to continue to spread a message of tolerance and hope.

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