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.
Does Femininity conflict with Feminism? And if so, is it for the reasons we might think? MDI’s Zara Faris presents an interesting and intriguing take on this question in a discussion at the Abrahamic Foundation, that was originally held in Birmingham [UK] on 4th September 2015.