In an era where dialogue is a bridge to understanding, Jalya solemnly reflects upon the profound significance of an upcoming event hosted by MSA at UofA.
The MSA extends a warm invitation to participate in their "Grieving for Gaza" open discussion, scheduled for this Friday, December 8th, from 5-7 pm in the HUB Multifaith Prayer Space. Guided by the thoughtful facilitation of Chaplain Ibrahim Long, this session will feature poignant narratives from Palestinian students and alumni, including Batoul and Tarik. These brave individuals will candidly share their personal experiences and illuminate the challenges they've encountered in recent times.
This event is not merely an invitation; it is a beckoning to engage in a shared space of empathy and understanding. It serves as a unique opportunity for attendees to immerse themselves in the nuanced perspectives of those directly affected by the circumstances in Gaza.
As we navigate through a world where compassion is the currency of connection, this open discussion becomes a conduit for fostering genuine dialogue and enriching our collective understanding. By acknowledging the realities faced by our fellow community members, we take a crucial step towards building bridges of empathy and solidarity.
📅 Date & Time: Friday, December 8th, 5-7 pm
📍 Location: HUB Multifaith Prayer Space
Let us unite as a community to lend our support to this meaningful discussion. Your presence holds the potential to make a difference, fostering an environment where empathy can thrive.