Other Sheep Parelli meets Muslim faith-based pro-LGBT activist Urooj Arshad

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Parelli and Arshed, ILGA, Bangkok, Thailand, 2016

While at ILGA 2016 in Bangkok, Thailand, Rev. Stephen Parelli heard speak, and personally met, Urooj عروج ارشد Arshad, a Muslim faith-based activist who Parelli had referenced, prior to their meeting  at ILGA, in his paper on “Islam and Homosexuality” which he wrote for one of his DMin courses at Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia.

BRONX, NEW YORK.  by Rev. STEPHEN PARELLI. MARCH 2, 2017.

 

What follows: Two embedded postings from Rev. Stephen Parelli’s Facebook Timeline briefly discussing and depicting his personal meeting of Urooj عروج ارشد Arshad.

Urooj عروج ارشد Arshad (Muslim religious activist) and Rev. Stephen Parelli meet:

MA Shaikh (Parelli’s roommate at ILGA, a Muslim) with Urooj عروج ارشد Arshad (Muslim religious activist):

International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA) is an international secular organization that, through activism by its members throughout the world, works for the human rights of LGBT people in various countries and regions. Other Sheep is a non-voting member organization of ILGA. Rev. Stephen Parelli, since 2006, has attended every ILGA international meeting, which takes place once every two years, except for the year ILGA met in Brazil. ILGA also conducts regional meetings.

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This blog was created in, and published to the Internet from, the Bronx, New York, on March 2, 2017, by Rev. Stephen Parelli.  The “publication date” for this blog was set at Nov. 27, 2016, so that this blog will appear in a chronological order relative to other blogs as the events occurred.
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