This symposium, organised by Al-Furqan Islamic Heritage Foundation in London, between 11th and 13th of March 2004, aimed to identify the issues of violence and terrorism affiliated with political Islam.
Professor Yusuf Ibish organised a symposium to celebrate the Centenary of the influential bi-monthly periodical Al-Manar, founded in 1898 by Muhammad Rashid Rida. Five leading scholars of modern Islamic history presented their research papers in this symposium.The first panel, which was chaired by H.E. Sheikh Ahmad Zaki Yamani, consisted . . .
In addition to shedding light on the reality of the principles of the human rights in Islam, the Foundation organised a symposium, which took place in London, between 26th and 28th April 1999, discussing the nature of human rights in Islam, including presentations on crucial social, political, cultural and religious . . .