EAD cordially invites you to join us and celebrate Arab Heritage Month November 2011
Event: Egyptian Film Hassan and Marcus Show and Discussion
Date: Saturday, November 19th
Time: 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Location: Wilbur Wright College-Events Building (4300 N. Narragansett, Chicago, IL 60634)
Brief Description of Event: This event is co-sponsored by Egyptians Abroad for Development in collaboration with Good News Media production, and Wilbur Wright College’s Culture Events Committee. The film addresses issues of religious extremism, intolerance and sectarian violence, and emphasizes the possibility of friendship and love between members of different religions. Hassan and Marcus doesn’t attempt to name the reasons for the tension between Christians and Muslims. But according to the political writer and Coptic Christian Sameh Fawzi, the conflicts have nothing to do with religion.
Movie is Subtitled
Director: Rami Imam
Writer: Youssef Maaty (main writer)
Stars: Adel Imam, Omar Sharif and Lebleba
Mr. Ahmed Rehab-Executive Director of the Chicago Office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)
Dr. Olfat El Malakhh-Lecturer on World Religions and Arabic Language at Benedictine University and College of DuPage
Ms. Hala Ezeldin-EAD Founding Member and Attorney at Ezeldin Law Firm
Mr. David Smanuel-Specialist in Community Development and Strategy
Free Admission-RSVP at our FB Page Egyptians Abroad for Development