Watching Ghaddafi’s captured produced mixed emotions. I was happy that the cruel brutal dictator was captured, but did the people have to act like Barbarians?! It makes me wonder – we have killed Ghaddafi, but have we killed the real… Read More ›
Some Muslims follow the Sunnah through only ritualized actions, others follow the Sunnah through only physical struggle [e.g. like aid work, charity etc], Some Muslims follow the Sunnah through only political activism, while others follow the Sunnah through only looking… Read More ›
Informal Talk on ‘Islam & Science’ to London Youths Date: July 2011 Venue: Kings Cross
Democracy and Islam – is there a clash? Abdullah al Andalusi debates MEP Amedee Turner on whether democracy clashes with Islam, and whether it is a system people should strive for in their countries. 31st March 2011 University of Greenwich
Abdullah al Andalusi on Press TV: Islam and Life with Tariq Ramadan “The lessons of Ramadan” 10 September 2009 Islam and Life Programme, with Tariq Ramadan.
The objectives of the United states of America towards the Muslim world are well known, as was cited by the think tank that serves as the biggest adviser to the US government: “The United States…would prefer an Islamic world that… Read More ›
This was a talk given to Muslim youth at a community centre in central London. The talk featured guest speaker, Abdullah al Andalusi, hosted by M.O.D (Ministry of Dawah – a youth dawah initiative).The Talk was given to Muslim female… Read More ›