This lecture will deal with anecdotes from the earliest generations of Muslims in dealing with conflicts and resisting the urge to move beyond the path of moderation and the prophetic equilibrium.
Shaykh Abdur-Rahman Mangera, PhD, is a British Muslim scholar who combines both the Islamic and western education backgrounds. He has memorised the entire Qur’an by heart, is a graduate of Darul Uloom Bury, UK, and has specialized in legal judgment (iftā’) at Mazahir ‘Ulum Saharanpur, India. He also has a BA from the University of Johannesburg, a Masters and PhD in Islamic Studies from SOAS (University of London), and enjoys an honorary fellowship at the Cambridge Muslim College. Having been an Imām in Southern California for eight years and in the great city of London for over five, he possesses the unique experience of working with Muslims on both sides of the Pond. As an international speaker and lecturer on a wide range of topics, his comprehensive background equips him to handle many challenges that Muslims in the West face on a day-to-day basis.
Aside from being an avid traveller, he continues to teach hadith and work on scholarly publications through White Thread Press (www.whitethreadpress.com). Many of his lectures are available online through ZamZam Academy (www.zamzamacademy.com) and courses at Rayyan Institute (www.rayyaninstitute.com).
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