Is belief in God rational or irrational? What role should religion play in our private and public lives? Is science sufficient to make religion redundant? Is the way forward for humanity in the 21st century a return to God or the completion of secularisation process of modernity? Join us for an evening of intellectually rigorous discussion as two learned speakers answers these important questions and contest opposing ideas.
This is a debate on the topic of 'The Way Forward for Humanity: Islam or Christianity? between Uthman Badar and Reverend Samuel Green held on March 29 2012 at the University of Sydney in Sydney, Australia, organised jointly by the Sydney University Evangelical Union (SUEU) and the Sydney University Muslim Students Association (SUMSA).
All the talks and pictures from a united Muslim community protest in support of the Syrian Uprising on 21 January 2012 in Sydney, Australia. Held at Paul Keating Park, Bankstown.
This is the video from an Islamic event held in Sydney, Australia on Saturday the 22nd Nov. 2008. Topic: Proving the existence of Allah (swt) (God).
Interview of Uthman Badar, media representative of Hizb ut-Tahrir Australia, with Tom Elliot from 3AW (Melbourne), discussing the idea that Western governments are terrorists.
This is a debate on the topic of 'The Way Forward for Humanity: Islam or Christianity? between Uthman Badar (Hizb ut-Tahrir Australia) and Reverend Samuel Green (Australia Federation of Evangelical Students) held on Thursday 8 September 2011 at the University of Western Australia in Perth, Australia.
This debate will deal with the ever-expanding controversy that exists between the dichotomies of atheism and monotheism in the modern world: SHOULD GOD HAVE A PLACE IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY?
Islamic Awareness Week (IAW) is an annual, week-long event, run by Muslim Students' Associations (MSAs) across university campuses. The aim of IAW is to raise awareness, among non-Muslims, of Islam and its adherents, and thus, break down any assumptions/ misconceptions which have been formed. To view the talks at Youtube, click the video title (hyperlinked).
Talks from the Islamic Awareness Week hosted by the Sydney University Muslim Students Association. For more information please visit www.sumsa.org.au.