The Principles of Islamic Governance – at the University of Westminster

 The foyer of the Westminster campus on Regent Street

Source:  Ahmadiyya Muslim Students’ Association, UK

Does Islam support the separation of religion and the government? Does Islam advocate dictatorship? Can Islam and democracy coexist? Can women and people of other religions vote in such a state? Can a non-Muslim be the head of a state being run on Islamic principles? What are the rights of an individual on the state?

What are the rights of a state on the individual? Are Muslims allowed to rebel and riot against a state? Mr Naseem Bajwa, the imam of Baitul Futuh, the largest mosque in Western Europe, will address these and other questions in his lecture. Afterwards the guests will be given the opportunity to ask questions. If you do not have a University of Westminster ID card, you need to inform the society per email (amsa@su.westminster.ac.uk) before 31.03.2013 midnight.

Guest speaker: Imam Naseem Bajwa (Imam of the largest mosque in Western Europe)

Nearest tube station: Oxford Circus

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Location:

Fyvie Hall, University of Westminster, 309 Regent’s Street, London, W1B 2UW

Time:

Tuesday, April 2, 2013 – 17:30 to 20:00

Additional Readings, Separation of Mosque-Church and State

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