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Islamic Slavery? – Text and Context

26th November 2020
Event Start Date:
2nd December 2020
Event End Date:
2nd December 2020
Event Venue:

On Wednesday, December 2nd, the e-circle will cover the challenging topic of slavery.

20:15-21:00 Everyone welcome
21:00-21:20 Campus only circle

Our romanticized conceptions of Islam might imagine the religion having nothing to do with slavery.

When confronted with the uncomfortable reality that for centuries, Islam was inseparable from slavery, our reactions can be denial, anger or even crises of faith.

We can only have authentic and robust iman if we accept these historical realities and then find nuanced ways of coming to terms with them.

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_kFAoq3FeRsK7DDSxcEe9dA

Capitalism is Broken

12th November 2020
Event Start Date:
28th November 2020
Event End Date:
28th November 2020
Event Venue:
ZOOM

ISB and Campus welcome you to the second Masterclass of the new academic year!

Saturday 28th November 18:00-19:00

Capitalism is Broken: Does Islam Offer an Economic Solution?

With Harris Irfan:

Author of the critically acclaimed ‘Heaven’s Bankers: Inside the Hidden World of Islamic Finance.’

Founder of Deutsche Bank’s Islamic finance team and formerly CEO of its Islamic subsidiary.  He was subsequently appointed global head of Islamic finance at Barclays.

Harris was ranked in the UK Top 100 BAME Tech Leaders by the Financial Times. He holds a degree in Physics from the University of Oxford.

Join us to look at:
Capitalism today.
What does Islam say about a fair and just economic order?
Is money the root cause of all evil?
Are Islamic Banks really Islamic?
Is bitcoin Shari’a compliant?

Webinar Zoom ID: 873 9658 8041

Everyone is welcome!

Interview with Dr Hany El Banna

5th November 2020
Event Start Date:
5th November 2020
Event End Date:
5th November 2020
Event Venue:
Instagram

Salaams!

Just to let you know that on Sunday at 12:00 ISB CAMPUS will be going live on instagram. We will be interviewing Dr Hany El Banna inshallah and I’m really excited to be able to share, what is going to be, a very insightful conversation with you all. Please do tune in at https://www.instagram.com/isbcampus/
Emaan Mirza

The Journey of the Soul

Event Start Date:
18th November 2020
Event End Date:
18th November 2020
Event Venue:
ZOOM

ISB Campus E-circle
Wednesday 18th November
20:00-21:00

THE JOURNEY OF THE SOUL

With Dr Riza Muhammed
And Batool Al-Toma

-What does Islam say about the soul?
-A look at the soul at the time of earthly death
-The soul and the Hereafter

Do join us.
Everyone welcome!
Register in advance for this webinar: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_kFAoq3FeRsK7DDSxcEe9dA

ISB Campus E-Circles Returns for 2020/21 Academic Year

25th October 2020
Event Start Date:
25th October 2020
Event End Date:
25th October 2021
Event Venue:
ZOOM

We are excited to announce that the ISB Campus e-circles will re start on Wednesday 4th November at 20:15 (and will continue every two weeks thereafter)

What is a ‘Good Muslim’: Revealing Islam’s Spiritual Code

We like to call people a ‘good Muslim’ or a ‘bad Muslim’ but who actually decides?Is it based on what Muslims say, on Muslim culture? Or is it based on the Shari’ah or scholars, or the example of the Prophet (S) or the Qur’an? If it’s the Qur’an, then which bits?We will unpick these searching questions to reveal the indisputable Spiritual Code of Islam… Follow this Code and you will enter Jannah!

DO JOIN US.

Zoom ID: 869 9438 0197

Atheism and Islam: A Contemporary Dialogue

19th September 2020
Event Start Date:
31st October 2020
Event End Date:
31st October 2020
Event Venue:
ZOOM

ISB and Campus welcome you to the first Masterclass of the new academic year!  Atheism and Islam: A Contemporary Dialogue By Dr Shoaib Ahmed Malik. Everyone is Welcome!

Saturday 31st October  18:00-19:10

Dr. Shoaib studied Chemical Engineering and graduated with Honours in his undergraduate program at the University of Bath in 2010. Afterwards he was awarded a fully funded PhD Scholarship in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at the University of Nottingham. On completing his scientific studies, Dr Shoaib pursued further studies in Islamic theology and philosophy under shuyookh and recently finished his MSc of Philosophy of Science and Religion at the University of Edinburgh. He currently holds the position of Assistant Professor of the Natural Sciences at Zayed University in Dubai. He has a book coming out on Islam and Evolution in 2021.

Register to join the event via Zoom

Webinar ID: 898 5529 3821

Remembering Srebrenica

6th July 2020
Event Start Date:
18th July 2020
Event End Date:
18th July 2020
Event Venue:
ZOOM

Remembering Srebrenica
Saturday 18th July 18:00-18:50

Please join ISB and ISB Campus on the 25th Anniversary of the Bosnian genocide.

We will be holding those who were killed and those who lost loved ones in this horrific chapter of European history, in our hearts.

Chaired by Rumaysa Bhimani, the Campus team will:

  • Show a video explaining the history
  • Read testimonials shared by our Bosnian brothers and sisters
  • Share reflections on hate, discrimination, conflict and this year’s theme ‘Every Action Matters.’
  • Share a personal challenge we can all join in with
  • And pray for the victims and the survivors.

Please do join us so that we do not forget the victims and that we renew our efforts to challenge discrimination in all its forms.
We all must ensure that the injustice of the Bosnian genocide is remembered, the victims honoured and lessons learnt.

“Every Action Matters.”

Zoom Meeting ID: 864 9320 2826

Please note that some scenes from the video may be upsetting.

Living through the Quran: Female Companions of The Prophet

22nd June 2020
Event Start Date:
21st June 2020
Event End Date:
21st June 2020
Event Venue:
ZOOM

Dr Shuruq Naguib will discuss the female Companions of the Prophet AS.

By studying a few narratives, we will examine their agency as knowers of how the faith spoke to them directly.

How did Allah respond to the female complainant?

How did women at the time understand their role and agency?

Join us and be inspired and enlightened!
Requires registration in advance.

Click here to register.

Black British Muslims – A History

Event Start Date:
4th July 2020
Event End Date:
4th July 2020
Event Venue:
ZOOM

Join ISB Campus and ISB on Saturday 4th July from 18:00-19:00

‘Black British Muslims. A History.’

Chaired by Aminah Omoteso

This presentation celebrates the unknown Black history of the UK. Did you know that Black people have made huge and substantial contributions to Britain pre-Windrush and beyond!

Ismael Lea South is an active Black Youth & Community consultant who works around the UK. Ismael is a freelancer researcher on Black history in the UK and facilitates Black British history presentations and workshops in schools, prisons, churches and mosques around the country. He currently manages a project in partnership with Faiths Forum and is working with Save Our Boys & Imani Housing Trust.

Click here to register