Ayala Museum, Makati City, Manila 26/02/2007 - 15/03/2007
Golden Mosque and Cultural Centre, Manila 04/04/2007 - 11/04/2007
Greenhills Shopping Centre, San Juan, Manila 18/04/2007 - 30/04/2007
University of Baguio, Baguio City, Manila 07/08/2007 - 21/08/2007
University of the Philippines, Quezon City, Manila 30/08/2007 - 31/08/2007
City Coliseum, Puerto Princesa City , Manila 03/06/2008 - 30/06/2008

Visitor Comments

"It must be great, if you're a Muslim, to be living in the United Kingdom. They even support those going on the Hajj!" (Ansari Ali, Filipino Muslim) "Muslims are so well-integrated there; it really is a multi-cultural society." Bill Luz, businessman

"By just looking at the pictures, you can easily tell what the pictures want to say to the viewers. The pictures gave me an idea about Islamic culture because the photos are not just pictures; every picture on the exhibit has its own meaning. I hope that more pictures will be displayed from that exhibit so that it can catch more attention. And through this photo exhibit, minds of the viewers will be opened about Islamic Religion that they are also part of the society. That Muslims are also functional and they also have a big role in our society." Mildred Orbino, university student

"The pictures revealed ideas that are easy to understand. It depicts ideas about the reality of Islam. Oftentimes, we associate Islam with terrorism but the fact is not all of them are bad persons." Jayraida Ebit, university student

"When we hear the word Islam, the very first impression that comes to mind are terrorists or Abu Sayyaf people. We often disgrace these people and we often disregard them in our society, which is very wrong… As I was looking at the pictures, I felt warmth in my heart and safetyness. For their culture and Islamic religion is not harmful to us citizens of other tribes. Their culture is great, and their religion is unique as well. So people must not disregard them; rather, let us open our arms wide and wholeheartedly accept them in our society. For it is stated, 'Love your neighbour as yourself'." Angela Juan, university student

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