Join us for the Al Quds Conference for a one-of-a-kind event that transcends boundaries, celebrating the harmony of diverse faiths and featuring renowned speakers and scholars who will share their insights on the issues facing the Middle East and how this will impact each of the Abrahamic faiths both within the UK and across the world.
Immerse yourself in vibrant discussions and debates, uniting scholars, academics, religious, and community leaders worldwide. It's a special chance for both Muslims and non-Muslims to unite, share insights, and exchange views.
The term "Al Quds" is an Arabic name that refers to the City of Jerusalem. In Arabic, "Al Quds" (القدس) literally translates to "The Holy." It is a name often used to symbolize the historical, cultural, and religious significance of Jerusalem in the Middle East, particularly in the context of the Middle East conflict and the city's importance to multiple faiths, including Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
In the heart of Jerusalem, where history and faith converge, the idea for the Al Quds Conference was born. Established as a beacon of hope in a region often marked by tensions. Its founder, Imam Qasim Rashid Ahmad envisioned a platform where diverse faiths could come together to share, learn, understand, promote tolerance, and strengthen the bonds that connect us all.
Opening dates and times
Saturday 2nd December: 2:00pm-8.00pm
Prince Regent DLR
Driving to ExCeL
Please note the road running across the campus, Sandstone Lane and Seagull Lane, is closed. Access to the car park under the venue and the lorryway for deliveries is only via Royal Victoria Dock Road or the A112, click here for more information.