Cambridge Islamic Sciences Worldwide Presents
Shariah Law, Islamic State & Jihad
Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Date: Saturday 8th February 2014 | Time: 9.30AM - 6.00PM
Venue: Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS
Online: Worldwide - Live & Recorded Access
A groundbreaking seminar on the current developments in the Muslim and Western worlds in the light of quranic paradigms, prophetic thinking and historical lessons, delivered by one of the foremost scholars and thinkers of the Western world today.
“The principal reason for the waste of the effort of the Muslims, whether they are fighting or not fighting, is that they do not have a clear and comprehensive plan.” - Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi
The seminar covers:
- The portrayal of Shariah Law, Islamic State & Jihad in The Qur’an
- The Prophet peace be upon him as the leader of the Muslim society
- The early Muslim Khilafat and their role in the society
- History of Islamic Empires from the Abbasids to the Ottomans
- Analysis of traditional Islamic revival movements
- The decline of Muslims and the rise of the West
- The effect of colonialism on the Muslim mindset
- Analysis of modern Islamic revival movements - Ikhwanul Muslimeen, Tabligh-i-Jamat, Jamat-e-Islami, Hizb at-Tahrir, Salafi based movements, Sufi based movements
- Analysis modern day conflicts in Palestine, Egypt, Syria, Kashmir and other places
- Clash of civilisations and Islamophobia in the West - A myth or a reality?
- Muslims and democracy - Compatible or a contradiction?
- Muslim society in a secular state - Is this possible?
- Muslim, Islamist and Secular-Muslim - Who are they?
- What is the role of Muslims in the West?
- What is the future for Muslim in the the West?
- What is the way forward for the Muslims in the East?
- What is the “Comprehensive Plan” for the Muslims?
Special Offer: Early Bird Discount, Student & Group Tickets
30% Discount - Ends 23/01/2014 [Code: EARLYBIRD01]
20% Discount - Ends 30/01/2014 [Code: EARLYBIRD02]
10% Discount - Ends 06/02/2013 [Code: EARLYBIRD03]