[TRAILER] The Rise and Call of Muhammad ﷺ





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Published on Apr 6, 2013

Over 25 Speakers: Maher Zain, Yusuf Islam, Nouman Ali Khan, Yasmin Mogahed, Dr Tariq Ramadan

Begins April 2. 10 online broadcasts of "The Rise & Call of Muhammad (ﷺ)," featuring 25 world-renowned speakers and performers. Anyone with an internet connection can view the interactive program. The theme is "Prophetic Patience in Mecca: Resolve without Revenge." Our webcasts teach about the Prophet Muhammad's (ﷺ) life and character, reaching over 10,000 viewers in 90 countries, half of them viewing it in a group setting such as a mosque or school. To register, please visit www.CelebrateMercy.com where you can also donate and sign up as a volunteer. Webcasts have LIMITED CAPACITY so please register ASAP.

CelebrateMercy's webcast has become a global semi-annual event where individuals, families, and groups gather to view the webcasts with only an internet connection. The webcast is interactive since viewers can chat together and even broadcast themselves via webcam to other viewers (see past webcam recordings at www.celebratemercy.com/webcam).

Let's Make History by Telling His Story!


CelebrateMercy, founded in 2010 by Tarek El-Messidi, is a non-profit organization that aims to instill a deeper understanding of the Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) among Muslims and friends of other faiths, by dispelling stereotypes and common misconceptions about him. This is achieved through videos shown on global interactive live webcasts of prominent scholars and performers discussing his character and life, as can be seen on this trailer.

CelebrateMercy also mobilizes Muslims to embody Prophetic character. In September 2011, when some Muslims engaged in violent protests against the offensive YouTube video, CelebrateMercy asked Muslims to "respond to evil with a good deed" by sending condolences to the family of slain Ambassador Chris Stevens. This "MercyMail" campaign went viral with over 7,700 condolence letters from 115 countries, receiving coverage on BBC, CNN, and The Huffington Post. This interview with Chris Stevens' sister recently appeared on the front page of CNN.com: www.bit.ly/cnnCM.

Go to www.CelebrateMercy.com for more info.

Trailer Music Composed by Benammi @ JR Studio www.jrstudio.ae
Editing by OneLight Cinema: www.OneLightCinema.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/onelightcinema

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