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Public Lecture On: “Toward an Islamic Society, NOT an Islamic State”

May 23, 2016

Date: Thurs, 2nd June 2016 Time: 8PM- 10PM Venue: Wawasan Open Univeristy, Penang Registration: Presenter: Prof Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na`im One of the distinguishing features of political Islam since the fall of the Ottoman Empire was its call for the creation for […]

Public Lecture at IKMAS, National University of Malaysia (UKM): “Are Human Rights Compatible With Islam?”

May 23, 2016

Date: Tuesday, 31st May 2016 Time: 3.30PM – 5.30PM Venue: IKMAS, UKM Registration: Presenter: Prof Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na`im The term “human rights,” or huqūq al-insān in Arabic, has only recently come into common use, as have the analogous terms huqūq-i insān […]

Interfaith Dialogue: Religion and the Poor: An Opium or A Liberator?

May 16, 2016

Date: Sunday, 22nd May 2016 Venue: Nottingham University, Jalan Raja Chulan, KL Time: 11AM – 130PM Registration: Panelists: Prof Syed Farid Alatas, Dr Particia Anne Martinez Eddin Khoo Prematilaka KD Serisena Moderator: Imran Mohd Rasid “It is not enough to […]

Seminar PemikiranReformis – Siri III – Syed Shaykh al-Hady

April 3, 2016

Tarikh: Sabtu, 23 April 2016 Masa: 10AM – 1PM Tempat: Concorde Hotel, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur Pendaftaran :   “Lantaran itulah Kaum Muda beranggapan bahawa bukan semua pekataan yang diucapkan oleh ulama itu benar dan wajib diterima sepertimana kita […]

Bedah Buku: Maqasid al-Shari’ah as Philosophy of Islamic Law: A Systems’ Approach

March 20, 2016

Tarikh: Saturday, 26th March 2016 Masa: 1130AM-130PM Tempat: Graha Pemuda, Sri Hartamas Pembentang: Dr Nur Asyhraff Mohd Noor Pendaftaran: Al-Imam Muhammad Abu Zahrah mengemukakan Syari’at Islam datang untuk membawa rahmat bagi manusia, seperti firman Allah: “Tiadalah Kami mengutuskan kamu, melainkan […]

Roundtable discussion on: Exclusion and Integration in Muslim Communities

March 9, 2016

[CANCELED] Date: Saturday, 12 March 2016, Time: 1PM – 5 PM, Venue: Nottigham University, Level 2 Chulan Tower, Kuala Lumpur, For so long in the history of the Muslim civilization we have witnessed various instances of violence and conflicts between Sunnis and Shiites. While most of them are political rather than theological in nature, the series of conflicts are often articulated in religious terms. The great political battle of Muawiyya and Ali has often been portrayed as the genesis of this division, and act as an exemplar on how politics can give birth to a more complicated theological set of doctrines and justifications.

Book Dissection: “Islam Tanpa Keekstreman” by Mustafa Akyol – Bahagian II

February 23, 2016

Date: Ahad, 28 Februari 2016 Time: 11AM-1PM Venue: Graha Pemuda, Sri Hartamas Registration: Presenter: Dr NurAshraf Mohd Noor Organized by: Islamic Renaissance Front (LOGO) Bahagian pertama daripada buku ini telah melihat era pertembungan dua mazhab utama teologi Islam; Mazhab Rasionalis Muktazilah yang […]

Book Dissection: “Islam Tanpa Keekstreman” by Mustafa Akyol -Bahagian I

February 15, 2016

Date: Sunday, 21 February 2016 Time: 11AM-2PM Venue: Graha Pemuda, Sri Hartamas Registration: Presenter: Dr NurAshraf Mohd Noor Organized by: Islamic Renaissance Front Islam diertikan sebagai agama yang aman, sederhana serta menjanjikan hak dan kebebasan manusiawi. Akan tetapi dengan segala bentuk keganasan […]

Public Intellectual Lecture: Is Political Islam a Threat to Democracy?

January 16, 2016

Date: Monday, 25th January 2016 Time: 10AM-12Noon Venue: Auditorium JCI 2, Level 1, Sunway University Registration:   Perhaps the term “Political Islam” aka Islamism is a highly contested term these days. The word has been used very widely to infer […]

Roundtable Discussion on: Could There Be A Religious Diversity In Illiberal Democracies?

January 15, 2016

Date: Sunday, 24th January 2016 Time: 11AM – 130PM Venue: Conference Room, The University of Nottingham, Level 2 Chulan Tower, Jalan Conlay, Kuala Lumpur Registration: Malaysia, with her long, complex and sometimes overlapping history with other regions, has always been a […]