In collaboration with the Islamic Center in Apex city -North Carolina, the North American Foundation of Islamic Services (NAFIS) commemorated last Saturday 28 December 2013 the first memorial ceremony in tribute for Imam Abdessalam Yassine, God the Almighty shed His Mercy on him. A host of active Islamic figures from North Carolina as well as other states attended the ceremony.
The Ceremony was crowned with a panel session to which both Mr. Said Amarir and Mr. Abdelmajid Quari contributed with two presentations, titled respectively: “Imam Abdessalam Yassine: Who is he? What is he?”, and “The Imam of Renewal as a Spiritual Educator”. The panel was moderated by Mr. Lahcen Omer, and was enriched even more by the remarkable contributions and participations of the audience who addressed the ways in which Imam Yassine’s revivalist project aims to lay the foundation of a holistic Islamic renaissance. A revivalist project, by a lordly and exceptional Imam, which bears a message for the whole humanity to remind it of its foremost right: knowing and submitting face to His Lord and Creator.
Noteworthy also is the presentation of two of Imam Yassine’s books which were translated into English, namely, The Last Testament of Imam Abdessalam Yassine and Day and Night Schedule of the Believer. The books are published and distributed by Justice and Spirituality Publishing.
May God the Beneficent and the Merciful send His mercy on the guide and founder of the School of Justice and Spirituality, Imam Abdessalam Yassine.