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WhatsApp Image 2024-04-02 at 4.11.08 pm
Join Sayyid Sulayman Hassan for a virtual seminar on the fiqh of moonsighting according to the Shi'i school of thought. The seminar will cover important questions such as: •⁠ ⁠How does the Islamic calendar operate? •⁠ ⁠What are the different rulings by Shia fuqaha (jurists) about starting the new month? •⁠ ⁠Is there a resolution to disagreements about starting the month? •⁠ ⁠Can science resolve the disputes about the beginning of the month? •⁠ ⁠Can we have a global Muslim calendar? Visit the following link for further details and to register: http://icair.ac/event
WhatsApp Image 2024-03-06 at 4.30.43 pm
The International Centre for Advanced Islamic Research is proud to announce the forthcoming international conference on "God in the Modern World", scheduled for April 20th - 21st, 2024, in collaboration with the Jaffari Community Centre in Toronto, Canada. The conference will bring together a diverse group of scholars, theologians, and thinkers to explore the evolving role of faith in the 21st century.
WhatsApp Image 2024-01-29 at 3.57.37 pm
Join Professor Aun Hasan Ali for a virtual seminar on the relationship between the Qur'an and Hadith in Shi'i Islamic thought. Professor Ali will examine Imāmī discussions of classical literary theory as a critique of the belief in the so-called “primacy” of the Qur'an, and will argue that these discussions offer Muslims a useful approach to textuality because they preserve the sacredness of the Qur'an and the value of exegetical history.
WhatsApp Image 2023-12-28 at 10.55.14 am
The seminar was delivered by Dr Mohammad Reza Kalantari, Lecturer in International Relations of the Middle East and Director of the Centre for Islamic & West Asian Studies at Royal Holloway, University of London. Dr Kalantari’s research centres on the interplay of regional doctrines, elite ideologies, and political Islam. His latest book, The Clergy and the Modern Middle East: Shiʿi Political Activism in Iran, Iraq, and Lebanon (Bloomsbury, 2021), examines the role of Shiʿi clerics in contemporary politics. Through interviews with key figures, the book scrutinizes pivotal events like Iran's 1979 Islamic Revolution, the 2003 Iraq War, and the 2006 war in Lebanon.
WhatsApp Image 2023-11-20 at 2.10.29 pm
The seminar was led by Aalima Fatemah Meghji, a graduate of the Islamic seminary. Aalima Meghji studied at Jamiat az-Zahra and completed the master’s program in Qur’anic Tafsir and Qur’anic Sciences with honours. She is currently an instructor at the Mizan Institute, leading the Sisters Department. Moreover, she has been teaching in a professional capacity for several years, previously serving as the Islamic Director at the Az-Zahraa Islamic Academy. Her current projects include a book on human evolution in the Shi’ite tradition, and her research interests include the principles of tafsir, Qur’anic hermeneutics, and women in the tradition.

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