Added on August 26, 2010 | 9 Comments »
Topics: Community, Reform, Revival, Ummah
Tariq Ramadan starts at the 1 hour mark.
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Excellent event and recording of the event.
Thanks for the great envent of a kind. Knowledge never works for the sake of knowledge, it is always for the sake of Humanity. By saying this. We all agree the You cannot bring innovation to Islam, but you can discover and gain knowledge from Quran and Sunnah as much as you can.
Jajak allahu kahir
These are incredible minds at work. We are not doing enough in our studies or our effort. It is important for one to study Qur’an and sunnah; however, it is highly important for one to study the disciplines that are prevalent throughout the Qur’an, i.e. social studies, linguistics, economics….In our discourse with others we have to come to terms with ideas and concepts.
an exciting lecture. very informative. i like the passion of both speakers. i agree with ramadan about the need for the best and brightest minds to study the humanities because it is in this arena where the pressing issues lie. shaikh hamza made a great contribution when he stated that debate, and difference of opinions were part and parcel of the best islamic discourse. for example, the scholars debating that women could lead the prayers, etc. thanks for posting the video. we need more enlightening discussions such as this one.
Masha Allah.It was very interesting & educational. I learned a lot from both speakers. Jazakum Allh. God bless you and theose who contributed.
Assaalamu Caleykum Waraxmatullahi Wabaarakatu.
I am really enjoyed being and learn a lot from you about Islam.
Thanks to Amina (my sister in Islam) who shared with the link.
salam allah alikum wa rahmato allah wa baraqatoh i was very happy to see hamza yousaf and tariq ramadan in one room i enjoyed the speakers one is about sharia one about politic
it was very good for me as Muslim thank you anam allah alaikum be ljanna
I do believe all the concepts you have introduced to your post. They are very convincing and will definitely work. Nonetheless, the posts are very quick for beginners. Could you please extend them a bit from subsequent time? Thanks for the post.
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