On the 6 April 2016, Asadullah Ali Al-Andalusi gave a talk on “Islam & Terrorism” at the International Islamic University of Malaysia. Therein he speaks about extremism and terrorism from the Islamic perspective, discusses and refutes khariji interpretations of the Qur’an, how there should be a re-evaluation of […]
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 […]
How Jesus and Muhammed are brothers in faith: The surprising similarities between Islam and Christianity [lecture by Abdullah al Andalusi]
On 6th February 2016, MDI’s Abdullah al Andalusi presented a lecture at the University of Essex entitled ‘Jesus and Muhammed: Brothers in Faith?’, as part of a one day conference ‘Can we not live together?’ The lecture presentation presents the surprising, if not shocking similarities between Christianity and […]
Shadid Lewis, shares and answers questions about Islam with a group of Georgia State University students why he is a Muslim and then answers challenging questions from them. The event was sponsored by Ratio Christi at Georgia State University, a group normally that wouldn’t invite a non-Christian guest […]
I recently gave a lecture on October 6th, 2015, at the International Conference on “Islam, Science and Sustainable Development: Maqasid al-Shari‘ah and Humanity’s Well-being” on the topic of littering — particularly in Malaysia. I offered solutions based on a Maqasidi approach, emphasizing the concept of khalifa.