Islamic Reformation and Tajdid

‘Islamic Reformation and Tajdid’ in the QATAR News (A IUR – HBKU Collaboration) Please see below coverage of press release on our workshop: The Peninsula (Print)  Qatar Tribune (Print) Qatar Tribune (Online) Al Arab (Online) Al Watan (Print) Al Watan (Online) Al Watan (Online) v2 Al Sharq (Online) Lusail (Print) Akhbar Al Yemen (YE)

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LECTURE RECTOR HARTFORD SEMINARY

LECTURE RECTOR HARTFORD SEMINARY Prof. Dr. Joel Lohr 20 May 2019 A History of Hartford Seminary: Christians and Muslims in Abrahamic Perspective Topic                : A History of Hartford Seminary: Christians and Muslims in Abrahamic Perspective Venue              : Islamic University of Applied Sciences Rotterdam Time                 : 11.00 – 12.00 Language        …

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Symposium Islamic Reformation and Tajdid

On the 23rd of April 2019 the Symposium ‘Islamic Reformation and Tajdid’ took place in collaboration with the Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) in Qatar. Participants from the Netherlands, Belgium, Morocco, Hungary, Bosnia, Germany and Qatar participated in this academic exciting and invigorating Symposium. In any interest you may find…

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Upcoming Event at the IUR

INVITATION SYMPOSIUM ISLAMIC REFORMATION AND TAJDID 23 April 2019 In cooperation with HBKU and IUR the Symposium ‘Islamic Reformation and Tajdid’ will take place on the 23rd of April 2019 at the Islamic University of Applied Sciences Rotterdam. Please find attached the program of the Symposium and the speakers who…

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Terrorist Attacks New Zealand

15 March 2019 As an Islamic Higher Education Institution, we on behalf of our students and staff pray for the victims who are killed during terrorist attacks that took place on two mosques in New Zealand during Djuma prayer. Our sincere thoughts and prayers are with the families and the…

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PRESS RELEASE

This communique is created upon questions from distresed students of the bankrupt Islamic Theological School called the IUE. The former, now insolvent IUE used to have two degree programmes; an unaccredited Bachelor program Islamic Theology and an accredited part-time Master Chaplaincy program. The Bachelor programme was never meant to grant…

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