Conferences And Fairs
South African Conference Series, September 2004
Aseries of conferences was held in South Africa during September 2004. Thousands of people experienced the thrill of becoming acquainted with the Qur'an's message at these gatherings. In addition to presentations on "The Collapse of the Theory of Evolution," "Islam and Science," "The Fact of Creation," and similar topics, book stands exhibited some of Harun Yahya's books and DVDs.
Various presentations and conferences for students were held at Witwatersrand University, Witwatersrand Medical School, Nana Memorial Hall, and the International Language Center, all in Johannesburg, as well as at the Orient School, the Zululand University Umlazi Campus, Nizamia School, and the Salligram / Al Ansar Hall, all in Durban.
Interviews were given to the most popular national radio stations (e.g., Radio Islam, Radio 1584/702, Ima Health Radio, and Radio 786). In total, more than twenty conferences and presentations took place. Finally, the Qur'an's message, as presented by Harun Yahya, was enthusiastically welcomed in Cape Town.
The conference held at Johannesburg's Witwatersrand Medical School
The conferences on "The Collapse of Darwinism," held in Johannesburg and Pretoria, attracted large audiences. Before the conferences, a stand displaying books by Harun Yahya was set up.
Students showed great interest in the conference held at Durban's Orient School.
Students at the Al-Badr Primary School were introduced to Harun Yahya's books and exhibited particular interest in his series specially aimed at children.
1) The Friday sermon held in Durban's largest mosque on 10 September 2004 focused on the work of Harun Yahya.
Cairo Book Fair, January 2003
The Cairo Book Fair, at which translations of Harun Yahya's works were displayed, was held on 23 January–7 February 2003. Books exhibited on the Resalah Publishing House's stand, which has published some twenty Arabic-language versions of Harun Yahya books, including The Miracles of the Qur'an, Magnificence Everywhere, and Design in Nature, attracted great public interest.