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Enemy of the Reich: The Noor Inayat Khan Story (A Muslim Woman Defies the Nazis in WWII Paris)

Muslim Alliance of Indiana

Sunday, March 16, 2014 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM (EDT)

Enemy of the Reich: The Noor Inayat Khan Story (A...

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Unity Productions Foundation (UPF) in partnership with the Muslim Alliance of Indiana (MAI) and the Muslim Students Association (MSA) of Carmel is pleased to host Enemy of the Reich, a film from award-winning executive producers Alex Kronemer and Michael Wolfe (Muhammad: Legacy of a Prophet) and Academy Award nominated documentary filmmaker Rob Gardner (Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World/Arab and Jew: Return to the Promise Land).

 

Throughout the 1930′s, an unimaginable evil tore through Europe, as Hitler’s Third Reich terrorized its way to domination. During these tumultuous times, a young Muslim woman living in Paris found her calling. Noor Inayat Khan grew up in a home that fostered faith and hope. Leading with her heart, she overcame her quiet nature and joined Winston Churchill’s covert operation to give the Allies a new chance at victory. This is her story.

 

Narrated by Academy Award winning actress Dame Helen Mirren.

 

To learn more about the film and Noor Inayat Khan, please visit http://www.enemyof thereich.com.


PRAISE FOR THE FILM…

Enemy of the Reich: The Noor Inayat Khan Story is a moving account of a young Muslim woman who sacrificed her life to combat the brutal domination of Nazi Germany. As a leader in the international movement to reconcile Jews and Muslims, this compelling film is a source of inspiration to me.  Rabbi Marc Schneier, President and Co-Founder of the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding


I prayed for Noor and all those who suffered when I visited Dachau. American Muslims, Christians, Jews, Hindus: we all need to know her story, it can bring us closer together.  Imam Mohammad Magid, President, Islamic Society of North America


Enemy of the Reich: The Noor Inayat Khan Story reveals the courage, strength and compassion of Noor Khan as her Muslim faith inspired her to risk everything to battle Nazi oppression. She is a source of inspiration for anyone working for freedom and justice today.  Dalia Mogahed, co-author of “Who Speaks for Islam? What a Billion Muslims Really Think”

Have questions about Enemy of the Reich: The Noor Inayat Khan Story (A Muslim Woman Defies the Nazis in WWII Paris)? Contact Muslim Alliance of Indiana

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Dale E. Graham Auditorium
Carmel High School
520 East Main Street
Carmel, Indiana 46032

Sunday, March 16, 2014 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM (EDT)


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Muslim Alliance of Indiana

THE MUSLIM ALLIANCE OF INDIANA

...advocate, collaborate, empower, engage, serve

 

After the events of 9/11, mis­in­for­ma­tion regard­ing Mus­lims and Islam rapidly spread through­out the nation and Indi­ana alike.  A small group of lead­ers within the Mus­lim Hoosier com­mu­nity real­ized that the most effec­tive path to dis­pel these mis­con­cep­tions was to rally Mus­lim Hoosiers together and to encour­age civic engagement.  From this small group, the Mus­lim Alliance of Indi­ana was born. 

 

Since its incep­tion, the MAI has worked consistently for an Indi­ana that not only ensures social jus­tice for Mus­lims, but for all Hoosiers.  We rec­og­nize that in bring­ing Mus­lims together, we reignite those tenets of our faith that lead us to serve and to ded­i­cate our­selves to a bet­ter world.  We are com­mit­ted to devel­op­ing high-quality edu­ca­tional, outreach, and social, pro­grams designed to fos­ter coop­er­a­tion and under­stand­ing both with other reli­gious com­mu­ni­ties as well as civic and ser­vice organizations. 

 

As the Mus­lim Alliance of Indi­ana cel­e­brates its sec­ond decade of ser­vice, our focus areas are: Access to Justice, Civic Engagement, and Interfaith Cooperation

 

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