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WELL GUYS IT’S OFFICAIL!!! We won 3rd PRIZE!!!

We have been invited to Jordan to meet with King Abdulla II to receive our ‘Bronze Medal’ and prize money of £5000

HM King Abdullah II of Jordan Prize for World Interfaith Harmony Week 2017

The judges received 79 applications for the prize from over 1054 events held in total. The judges are highly appreciative of all the efforts of all those who held events and applied for the prize. They wish they could reward all who held an event, but are consoled by the fact that good deeds are their own reward so that everyone who held an event—whether they applied for the prize or not—is a true winner.

In judging, the judges took into consideration efforts made despite scantiness of resources, but also took into consideration the excellence of efforts, collaboration and impact of events. They further took into consideration whether events were consistent with the text of the UN Resolution establishing the Prize. Accordingly, judges did not reward movements towards religious syncretism but rather rewarded events which respected each religion as it is. Finally, in accordance with the terms of the Prize, judges rewarded events specifically celebrating the World Interfaith Harmony Week rather than good interfaith work in general.

Accordingly, the judges are delighted to announce:

Third Prize

PL84U AL-SUFFA
PL84U AL-SUFFA
London, the United Kingdom

World Interfaith Harmony Week
worldinterfaithharmonyweek.com/

I would like to thank:
Mayor Peter Herrington of LBWF and Lady Mayoress
Cllr. Paul Braham
Cllr. Ahsan Khan
Cllr. Louise Mitchell
Sargeant Marcus Walton
Susan Sue Diplock
Jane Brueseke
Ivo Konstantinov, Rhonie, Ishmael – Waltham Forest Young Advisors & Youth Independant Advisory Group
PC – Shabir Khan
Shaykh Amin Mohamed
Ustad Hamid Mahmood of Fatimah Elizabeth Cates Academy
Alia Nasim – FEC
Abdur Hanif Mohammed – FEC
Arifa Nasim
Enaab Mohammed
Jawad Saleem and colleague
Sanah Begum Williams
Rod Holmes
Sandi Cooper
Leeana Willaims
Martin Kearney
Haircuts 4 Homeless – Stewart

All the volunteers far too many to name and shame for the wonderful work that they do – who make this happen
People form the community sho have been supporting PL84U AL-SUFFA with their time, donations of food and clothes …<3 <3 <3

If I have missed anyout out please forgive me it is not intentional!!