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"WHIRLING DERVISHES of RUMI with SUFI MUSIC CONCERT (Live Performance)"

WD Poster New Mexico - Copy 6 - CopyPlease be our guest at "WHIRLING DERVISHES of RUMI with SUFI MUSIC CONCERT (Live Performance)" at UNM Continuing Education Auditorium at 7:30 PM on Friday, January 30th, 2015.

The Whirling Dervish Performance of Rumi is a highly spiritual celebration of existence, performed by members of the Mawlawi Order, a branch of the Sufi order, which was founded in 13th century in the Turkish city of Konya. Sufism emphasizes universal love, peace, acceptance of various spiritual paths and a mystical union with the divine. Their dance is a traditional form of Sufi worship; a continuous twirling with one hand pointed upward reaching for the divine and the other hand pointed toward the ground.

Tickets can be purchased at whirlingdervishestickets.eventbrite.com. Please call (505) 859-3751 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information.

Space is limited.Reserve your seat ASAP.

Please Click on the Following Link to See the Youtube Video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7fBe3bgaDSo

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STATEMENT ABOUT RECENT DETENTIONS AGAINST JOURNALISTS

 

723625b4c6bf41bab538e2feb8ae0750-4463e5f007c74b8ba43f9cd0e2a9ac84-e52bcbeb03843331680f6a706700c9e2The Turkish-American community condemns detentions of Ekrem Dumanli, editor-in-chief of highest circulating newspaper in Turkey, Zaman daily, Hidayet Karaca, chief executive of Samanyolu Media Group, and dozens of others, on phony charges, as a blatant breach of press freedom and rule of law.

Dumanlı and Karaca were detained along with more than 20 people in a nationwide operation early on Sunday, December 14, 2014. A list of suspects to be detained, released by İstanbul Chief Public Prosecutor's Office, shows that a total of 32 people are to be detained.

The suspects are accused of "forming, leading or being a member of an armed terrorist organization," "forgery" and "slander," according to a statement released by the prosecutor's office.

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Donate for SOMA!

soma-70F1-6B1F-1312On Tuesday, May 13th a mining disaster claimed the lives of nearly 300 miners in Soma near western Turkey. According to reports the death toll seems certain to rise, as about 100 people are still missing. The disaster was caused by a fire in the mine. Efforts were made to save the victims, however only around 100 have been rescued.The mine explosion is already being called the deadliest industrial disaster in Turkey's history. It is not just those who lost relatives and loved ones in the worst mining tragedy that Turkey has ever faced who are suffering; the whole country is mourning the deaths of the 300 mine workers killed in the disaster. On behalf of Raindrop Foundation we would like to convey our condolences to the friends and relatives of the miners and our deepest sympathies to the families. Now it is time to help the rescued miners and the families of the victims. Raindrop Foundation in collaboration with Embrace Relief has started a campaign for the people of Soma who are affected by the mining disaster. Please click the Donate button below to make an online donation or mail your checks, made payable to Embrace Relief, to 545 Interstate Pl. Carlstadt, NJ 07072

 

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Raindrop Helping Hands Albuquerque helps Indian-American Families in Need with the Presence of State Representative Georgene Louis

IMG 4435Raindrop Helping Hands Reps. contacted to the New Mexico State Representative Georgene Louis who represents Indian-Americans at District 26. She arranged a gathering with 20 families in need at West Mesa High School in collaboration with Youth Development, Inc. (YDI) – Elev8. At the gathering Rep. Louis thanked to the Raindrop Helping Hands and Turkish American community for the donation to the Indian-American community in NM.

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Early Thanksgiving Dinner at Raindrop Foundation Albuquerque

IMG 4028Raindrop Foundation Albuquerque in collaboration with The Dialogue Institute SW, organized Early Thanksgiving Dinner on November 21th evening with neighbors and friends in Albuquerque.

The event started with the welcoming remarks by Necip Orhan, Director of Raindrop Foundation and followed with the thanksgiving remarks by Reverends Carol McGowan and Phil Dougharty. Then Rev. Dougharty took the lead in curving the turkey to start the course for the dinner program. After turkey curving ceremony, all the participants enjoyed the delicious and tasty dishes and desserts.

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