MDI’s Abdullah al Andalusi and Ustadh Subhi (representative of Exeter Mosque) debates Chief Superintendent Paul Davies (Devon & Cornwall Police) and Sajjad Rizvi (Exeter University), on the issues of Fundamentalism, Human rights, and the treatment of the rights of Muslims in the UK and the West.
MDI’s Abdullah al Andalusi appeared on the BBC 1 ‘The Big Question’ program on Sunday 29th May 2016, to debate the selected question ‘Did Man Create God?’. The video is available to watch below. Guests: Francesca Stavrakopoulou, professor of ancient religion at Exeter; Elaine Storkey; theologian Tim Whitmarsh, professor […]
Public Debate: Should the UK Government ‘Counter-Extremism’ Program be Stopped? The University of Westminster Students’ Union hosted an event to educate students about the Prevent Strategy and the likely impact it will have on students and indeed wider society. Title: Should we promote or prevent PREVENT? Venue: University […]
I was invited by the Middle East Eye online newspaper to submit an article on the current demand by Western politicians and pundits, for the ‘Reformation of Islam’. Please read and share widely. Article Excerpts: “The desire for the reformation of Islam then, tends to typically come as […]
Abdullah al Andalusi was invited to speak at the UCL, University of London, to present and discuss the topic “Does Islam Need a Reformation?”. He made rational, historical, sociological, anthropological and political arguments against the most common excuses demanding a Secular Reformation of Islam, touted by Western governments, Atheists […]