ICNA CALIFORNIA EVENT: ‘Islam, Faith, Submission, Service’ I’ve been invited to Anaheim, California, USA Inshallah, to speak at the ICNA Conference on 31 May 2014. I will be joined by a few colleagues in dawah, including brother Yusef Estes, and… Read More ›
Syria – the Forbidden Conflict Why should we support Syria? Why are people traveling to Syria being targeted by UK and other Western government authorities? Why are charities getting a hard time? Why is it a ‘forbidden’ conflict? What can… Read More ›
‘How Sharia is more tolerant than Secular Democracy’ my lecture on 11th March 2014 (today) at the University of Reading. Event is at 6:30pm today, room details on poster.
As part of University of East Anglia’s final event for their Islam Awareness Week, Abdullah Al-Andalusi will be doing a talk ‘Does Islam have a place in the 21st Century?’ The event will be held on Friday 7th March, 6pm -7:30pm… Read More ›
6pm, Wednesday 5th March 2014, at Keele University (KU) (Stoke on Trent, UK), Chancellor’s Building, Exhibition Suite. Text from Event Advert: Keele Islamic Society presents our second event of Islamic Awareness week, a debate on the relevance of religious Law… Read More ›
Today I will be presenting a lecture at the University of Leicester, on ‘Misconceptions of Islam’. Details below: Date: 4th March 2014 Location: Ken Edwards LT3 Time: 6.30pm For more information, click here.
Upcoming Event: Islam and Christianity: Some shared perspectives and misunderstandings 6pm, Thursday 27th February University of Kent (Details are on poster)
I have another debate this month, (but this time in the UK), on ‘Islamic System vs Liberal Democracy: Which is more tolerant?, held at the university of Nottingham, on wednesday 26th February 2014, in the evening. I will be debating… Read More ›
Salam alaikum brothers and sisters, I will be speaking LIVE today at 9pm (UK/GMT time) on Islam Channel on the topic of Individualism – the creed and foundation of Western philosophy and political thought. It is as central to western… Read More ›