Jihad, Shari’a & the Islamic State
Exploring the origins, manifestations and debates surrounding Jihad, Shari’a and the Islamic State, this timely course seeks to unpack these loaded terms according to authentic and mainstream interpretations of Islam, debunking the extremist and rejectionist narratives that abound.
WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?
Anyone who wants to gain a deeper grasp of the topic, from authentic Islamic literature and scholars of repute.
DATE & TIME
Sunday 31st August 2014 | 10.30am-6.00pm
Queen Mary University of London
The Fog Lecture Theatre
Mile End Road
London E1 4NS
NEAREST TUBE: MILE END
Early-bird rate £25 (ends 20th August). £35 thereafter.
Shaykh Fadel Soliman is director of Bridges Foundation (Egypt), and a member of the International Union of Muslim Scholars. An engineer by qualifi cation, Shaykh Soliman studied Shari’a and Qur’anic Studies in Egypt. He was privileged to study under prominent scholars, including Shaykh Abd al-Sattar Fathullah and Dr Salah Sultan. A fi lm-maker, international speaker and a presenter of Islam, he has trained over 18,600 Muslim youths in 25 countries on presenting Islam. A former Imam of the American University in Washington DC, he was appointed National Chaplain of the World Assembly of Muslim Youth in North and Central Americas. Shaykh Soliman is also noted for his work in deradicalising Muslims; he challenged the Yemeni cleric, Anwar al-Awlaqi, debunking his misreading of Islamic texts to justify the killing of civilians.
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