Canada Lecture Tour 2015: ‘The Messenger – The Legacy of One of Earth’s Mightiest Messengers’

I’ve been invited to present lectures in five cities as part of the United Islam Awareness Week across Western Canada. The third of its kind, I’ve be invited for the third year in a row by the (very well organised and driven) NYMiNK in collaboration with universities in British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan, as part of their “Islam Awareness Week” (IAW). My 2013 lecture series was on purpose of life, and last year’s (2014) lecture series was on Misconceptions against Islam.

Lecture Description:

“Kryptonite for Corruption”

When Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.)* received revelation from God, he was tasked with confronting a nation which threatened to bring the world to a hopeless state of oppression and inequality. With scarce resources and supporters, find out how he swiftly changed the corrupt ways of the most powerful and influential people and established a methodology to extinguish social injustice for all places and times. He was truly a Kryptonite for Corruption.

My speaking schedule is:

Tuesday 27th January 2015

University of Regina

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Wednesday 28th January 2015

University of Vancouver

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Thursday 29th January 2015

University of Edmonton

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Friday 30th January 2015

University of Saskatchewan

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Full information on the entire Islam Awareness Project by MynINK can be found here:
Islam Awareness Week 2015: The Messenger – The Legacy of Earth’s Mightiest Messenger



Categories: EVENTS, Past Events

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