Tag Archive for ‘MDI’
This week has seen the major US/UK government surveillance scandal ‘PRISM’ worsen, as EDL profile broadens but they splutter in support, and the US finally declares Syrian use of Chemical Weapons. The weather from Manchester is cloudy and breezy, and the chances are good that today I will be able to make Jummah. PRISM Last… Read More ›
Last year (24th May 2012), MDI’s Abdullah al Andalusi debated Tommy Robinson (leader of the English Defence League) on a TV Channel ‘Vox Africa TV’ on the subject “Is Islam synonymous with Terrorism?” – Considering the situation in the UK at the moment, after the attack on a British soldier in the UK, and the… Read More ›
MDI London debate: Jesus of Nazareth: was he a Muslim prophet or incarnate deity of Christian faith?
On the 9th of July 2012, Paul Williams of the Muslim Debate Initiative held a “historic” debate with the Reverend Chris Green, Vice Principal of Oak Hill Theological College. The topic of discussion centred on Jesus: just who was he? Was he God? Was he God incarnate? And did he come to die for the sins of… Read More ›
On 19 April 2012 in London, Atheist Ireland chairperson Michael Nugent debated Sami Zaatari of the Muslim Debate Initiative. The topic was: Is religion less relevant to modern society? The event was hosted by the Muslim Debate Initiative
Tommy Robinson (EDL) vs Abdullah al Andalusi TV debate – Does Islam equal terrorism? (25th May 2013)
Last week MDI’s Abdullah al Andalusi debated Tommy Robinson (leader of the English Defence League) on the TV Channel ‘Vox Africa TV’ on the subject “Is Islam synonymous with Terrorism?” Other partipants included Raza Nadim from MPAC, Carlos Cortigliaa from the BNP, and Paul Salahuddin Armstrong from The Association of British Muslims. It was a good discussion, and Abdullah al Andalusi had… Read More ›
A must see debate featuring MDI’s Abdullah Al Andalusi and three other panelists discussing one of the most controversial issues today: Muslims in the West – what is the way forward?
Is the Qur’an authentic? Who really wrote the Qur’an? How was the Qur’an Collected in the Current order? Has the Qur’an Been Perfectly Preserved? Representing the Muslim perspective was Bassam Zawadi, who runs the website http://www.call-to-monotheism.com Representing the Christian side was Nabeel Qureshi. Nabeel is a former Ahmadi (Qadyani) and Christian Apologist. The event took place at Abrar… Read More ›
The final lecture at Sussex University, Islamic Awareness Week held on 20 February 2012 on “Islam or Secularism” by Abdullah Al Andalusi.
A new video of MDI’s Abdullah Al Andalusi speaking at Sussex Islam Awareness Week 2012 about one of the most controversial subjects in the world today, Sharia Law: is it barbaric or just misunderstood?