Events

If you’re in DC, do pls come along to the Politics and Prose bookshop at 7pm tonight, where I’ll be talking, on a panel, about how you explain Trump to your kids and about the chapter I wrote for a new book on that issue. Details:

Mehdi Hasan, Ava Siegler, and Ben Wofford – How Do I Explain This to My Kids?: Parenting in the Age of Trump — in conversation with Jonathan Weisman | Politics and Prose Bookstore and Coffeehouse

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Response to HJS slur against Muslim Speakers reputation.

A Response to “Extreme Speakers and Events” Report by Student Rights | iERA – Conveying The Call

Student Rights, a project of the Henry Jackson Society, recently published a report entitled Extreme Speakers and Events: In the 2016-17 Academic Year. According to the report, iERA speakers are the most prolific on UK campuses. In response to the report, iERA would like to make the following points…

Of the many pictures from the event tonight, this one really touched me. Dr. Michael W. Waters and I spent the day organizing the event which brought together faith leaders, city officials, advocacy groups, and families who lost loved ones to gun violence. At the end of it, the Muslims gathered to pray our Maghrib prayer. I wasn’t aware until seeing this picture from the event page that Michael was watching our backs.

I spend a lot of time with this man, as does my wife with his wife, and my kids with his kids. Every time I need to pray, he watches my back. Every time we’re leaving a rally, he insists that I not walk to my car alone. Every time someone suspicious approaches, he steps up in front of him. I wanted to take the moment to just appreciate you publicly bro. Thank you for all that you do for me, my family, the community, and the city of Dallas.

#FaithForwardDallas

An awful day in American history. The madness must stop. #LasVegas

I will be working with other leaders in Dallas to organize something for tonight. For those of you who are here, please stay tuned. For those of you in other cities, please partake in events of unity calling for an end to gun violence.

Las Vegas Shooting Near Mandalay Bay Casino Kills More Than 50

The police said they killed a gunman in the hotel who had fired on concertgoers outside, wounding at least 200. A woman was being sought for questioning.

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Closing Date Thursday 5th October @ Midnight

Full time or Part Time – Centre Manager

Good Rate of Pay based on experience.

We are looking for an energetic, enthusiastic and competent individual to work within a community organisation in Leicester City centre.

Experience in playing a lead or management role within an organisation is must.

You will play a lead role in delivering a number of services and events to a multitude and multi cultural group of people from all faith backgrounds.

The role will also include writing bids and applying for funding from different private and public bodies.

We want someone who:

– can engage with people from all walks of life
– has great written and verbal communication
– is highly organised
– knows how to lead and draw a crowd
– works as a team
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– can work with Muslim and non Muslim groups of people and know how to get the best from people.

Hours of work may differ but ability to work Monday -Friday 11-5pm is essential with some flexibility available. Cover is also required at weekend and at other times based on demands.

Please ensure you read the job description which is available at http://cityretreat.org/jobs/ Before you apply. Only applicants with relevant experience and passion need apply.

Send your CV and covering letter stating why you are interested in joining the City Retreat, why your experience is relevant and what your key strengths are to m.vhora@cityretreat.org. Please put ‘Centre Manager Job Application’ on the subject title.

Applications deadline is Thursday the 5th of October.

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Accountable for: Centre staff, Centre and Sub groups, Development & marketing, promotion and general office duties relating to the work of the Centre and undertaking any other duties consistent with this role as reasonably directed by the board.

Come and see me tommorow with Naveed Ahmed

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الحمد لله والصلاة والسلام على رسول الله

السلام عليكم

I want to first thank those persons who have seen through the falseness of these allegations. Some individuals, unfortunately, have taken it upon themselves to pull matters out of my personal life, take them out of context, manipulate the facts and present a narrative using these distortions to fulfill their own agenda. It left a lot to the imagination so let me first state that I testify without hesitation or doubt that I have never used my public platform as a means to take advantage of anyone.

They also use the generic words ‘inappropriate interactions’ leading the imagination of a reader down the worst possible path. This itself is a grievous sin. The word used for slander is (ramy) in the Qur’an. It literally means to cast a stone. The crime isn’t that you come outright explicitly and say against someone that they’ve committed inappropriate acts. The crime is that you cast something in that direction and let the ripples carry their effect. This is what these people have done.

I have been speaking about the Book of Allah for nearly 20 years for one single motivation; I love this book and I love sharing what I learn about it. I have interacted with hundreds of thousands of individuals, men and women, young and old, around the world in person and done so with dignity. I would hope and pray that the countless people I did interact with in person of either gender will testify to the way I conducted myself with them, hoping for nothing more but a chance to earn their prayers. That’s where I have the most meaningful exchanges with the community. That is when people share their concerns and questions with me and there isn’t anything inappropriate about it. I’m sure the countless people that have been part of these exchanges will testify to that fact. I’d like to add that I’ve had female students at my own campus for years and no student ever has or ever will claim that I’ve been inappropriate in the least bit.

We all have things we have to repent for. I’m not a counselor and I’ve never claimed to be. I’m not an Imam and I’ve never claimed to be. I’m an avid and passionate student, teacher and lecturer with a focus on Allah’s book. I find it demeaning to have to speak about my personal life. I feel at some level though I don’t have a choice. I have been divorced for nearly two years. The circumstances of my divorce are one of the most difficult and painful experiences of my life. Many rumors surrounded that event and I chose to remain silent to protect my children more than anyone else. After the passage of some time I did in fact pursue remarriage with the help of my family. Along that process I communicated with a few prospects with my family’s knowledge and consent and that has been used, distorted and manipulated way out of proportion and turned into something it isn’t. All such communications took place between consenting adults and there was nothing malicious or predatory about them. I fail to see how such interaction can render anyone a victim. These communications took place for a dignified purpose. Yet these are the communications that are being alleged as predatory.

But when some individuals try to make it sound like one has to repent before Allah in a way that satisfies their delusional sense of self-righteousness, there’s a problem. Your taubah, for anything you may have done is between you and your Maker. As many in the community have said, if my actions are in fact a threat to the community, show evidence of that.

Lies are best told with a grain of truth. The people who accused me are not interested in clarification nor in rectifying the matter. They came to me with their minds made up. Their allegations as they have now themselves outlined, I explicitly reject and deny. I have been blackmailed, threatened, harassed and warned that if I was to give a single sermon, talk about a single ayah, post a single new video about the Qur’an or Islam, that they will go on a campaign to ensure I am painted as some sort of threat to the Muslim community.

My mission and sacrifice for two decades has been to help spread a better understanding of the Qur’an. With these threats, I was terrified at first that those years of service will be brought to ruin even if later these claims are proven false. Everyone’s attention will be on this non-sense and not the work and contribution that actually matters.

I deliberately avoided any public engagement for months thought their demands were that it stay the case for years. But recently evidence was discovered, only and only by the grace of Allah, that this was all part of a scheme. My employees discovered loads of explicit illegal activity that some of these individuals were involved in knowingly and others were just along for the ride at the expense of myself and my company. I decided to get legal help and protect my family, my employees, myself, and my work from them. I found evidence of explicit lying and deliberate exaggerations.

Some of these individuals have used the word ‘verified’ to give credibility to their claims. Just because a number of people are ‘verifying’ something, doesn’t make it true. If that was the case, the accusation against our mother Aisha (RA) was circling the entire city of Madinah.

As for the ‘agreement’ that these individuals speak of that I’m no longer abiding by, perhaps I can offer some context. I tried to convince this group to allow for senior scholars and leaders from across the country to hear both sides and assist in civil fashion. They knew the presence of neutral parties would compromise their agenda so they threatened to not meet at all if anyone from the outside was allowed.

Deeply concerned that my whole life work will come to ruin, I was abiding by their demand to not speak in public or teach, I discovered that they continued to disparage me in the most vile of ways. While I was in Mecca for Umrah, they held public gatherings attempting to rip my character to shreds allowing me no opportunity to even defend myself. These people stand up for the rights of the community and want to protect the ummah? Where is Islam in the way they are conducting themselves in this case? I even met members of the community that attended and were disgusted by these gatherings.

They furthermore explicitly lied in writing to heads of organizations saying that I’ve been banned from speaking at major conventions. I spoke to the heads of those conventions asking them if that was the case and their lies were laid bare. One of this accusing group admitted to me multiple times and even in the presence of others that he was blackmailed to take part in this witch hunt. That if he didn’t they’d accuse him of colluding with me in some way.

The individual who posted these claims against me posed himself as a mediator and unfortunately he was anything but. He claims I’ve known him for twenty years. I’ve spoken to him in friendly ways no more than a couple of dozen times in that entire span. We don’t live in the same city. I’m cordial with him and until this disappointing turn of events, I know little to nothing about his family and he knows virtually nothing about mine. To claim he’s my friend of 20 years to insinuate that he knows my personal life is really far from the truth. A mediator isn’t supposed to be an instigator. Unfortunately in this post, I see nothing more than an attempt to seek the limelight through scandal. There have been sincere efforts by elders in the community and neutral parties to resolve these claims in a dignified fashion and his irresponsible and grossly inaccurate post did nothing more than to try and derail that process.

I appreciate the outpouring of support. You cannot imagine the pain and humiliation this has caused me and my family. I have sons and daughters, I have sisters and nieces. This public stunt could potentially traumatize them for the rest of their lives. Produce witnesses of explicit haram that one has committed and if not, then
فأولآءك عند الله هم الكاذبون
they, as far as Allah is concerned, are the liars.

Dignity is in the hands of Allah. I cannot control what anyone will think of me. The most noble people of the past had to face some of the worst humiliations imaginable. My mistakes, and Allah knows them just as He knows yours, I make taubah for as I have been.
To those that have chosen to try to tear my character to shreds before the eyes of millions, I suppose I’ll be thanking you on judgment day for taking the burden of my sins from me. What you have done is far worse in our religion than anything you could possibly have accused me of.
To my audience, I simply say this. I am a public figure and I have a personal life. I am imperfect. Like anyone, my personal life and its struggles are mine to bear. I don’t post daily updates of what I do with my kids or what dua my mom made for me or where I prayed fajr. I don’t need to prove that I’m a great dad or son or anything else. That is my personal life. I’ve never made it the stuff of social media except if I wanted to share some insight. My public life has to do with teaching Allah’s book. Sharing what inspires me, I will continue to do that. My solemn promise to you is that whether online or at some location that you might find me speaking, I will carry myself with the same dignity I always have and I will do my best to live these few breaths I have left on this earth trying to serve the book of Allah in a way that He may find pleasing.

I know why I do this and I know why Allah put a love in the hearts of people for my work. Its not because I’m a great speaker or scholar (I’m not a scholar and have never claimed to be), but its always been one thing; sincerity. If I’ve lost that I’ve lost everything. I’m going to continue to be who I am and will no longer entertain these claims and allegations because I have more important things to do with my life. I’m done being bullied and harassed.

Lastly to Allah, I declare that I am your imperfect slave who seeks forgiveness for sins known and unknown to myself and others. I know that You have honored me in this life in great part because of the du’as of my parents, those that I have sincerely tried to do good towards and benefit, my students and audience, and because I have tried to serve Your book. Your promise is that
ولن تجد من دونه ملتحدا

“You will not find a refuge besides It (the book).” So I turn to You as your beaten, humbled slave and beg You. Allow me to serve Your book and make that service a source of protection for me and any who come to it with genuine hearts. If I have Your protection YaRabb, I need nothing else.
I have not taken the sacred platform to teach the Qur’an and used it for lowly aims. Allah knows who I am and I am grateful to Him and to you for your du’as and support in this difficult time. I don’t wish this kind of onslaught on anyone, not even against those that are responsible for it against me.

I would rather not speak about this again as it is a distraction from Allah’s book that is much more worthy of being spoken about.

Thanks for reading.
Your fellow believer,
Nouman Ali Khan

I’ll be teaching a class this semester for the Islamic Seminary at Valley Ranch Islamic Center on Prophethood and Messengers every Thursday afternoon.

Please register at the link in the event page if interested. The Islamic Seminary of America presents…

“Al Nubbuwwa Wal Rusul: Understanding Prophethood.”

Instructor: Shaykh Omar Suleiman

In this course we will embark on the meaning of prophethood and messengership in Islamic creed. How and why did Allah choose Prophets and Messengers? What purpose did they serve? How do we establish the finality of Prophethood in Muhammad (salAllahu alayhi wa salam), and how do we deal with claims to Prophethood today?

September 14th – November 30th

Class Meeting Day/Time: Thursdays, 2 – 3pm

Tuition $199

Location: 9940 Valley Ranch Pkwy W, Irving, TX 75063

Enroll here: https://www.islamicseminary.org/course/creedoftheprophets/

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The recent events in Charlottesville, and the blatant hatred and supremacist tendencies shown by Trump and other hate leaders should remind us of the true nature of these people.

As Allah says, regarding a similar group, “Truly, hatred has now appeared on their tongues. But what their hearts hide is even worse!!” [Q. 3:118].

America has never been closer to a potential civil war since the last century. If, God-forbid, a few disasters were to take place (either economic, or political, or terrorist-related), the ingredients are already in place to spark a massacre and bloodshed that will make future generations shudder.

We, the Muslim community, needs to understand that we are at the forefront in this battle, and we are being targeted for who we are, and for what we believe. We cannot waver, and need to face this challenge.

With Allah’s help, and then with the help of sensible people of all backgrounds, we can and will overcome insha Allah.

I was attacked by right-wingers for writing this piece in May, on the threat posed by far-right domestic terrorists, but sadly events in Charlottesville earlier today have sadly made it more prescient than I’d have liked:

The Numbers Don’t Lie: White Far-Right Terrorists Pose a Clear Danger to Us All

Donald Trump and other Republicans decry Islamist terror attacks in the U.S. but pay scant attention to attacks by white nationalists, such as in Portland.

So often we think it is the grand gestures that make or break relationships. We presume it is the fights that break it and the grand gifts or trips that make it. But experts find otherwise.

They find that it is actually the micro interactions that happen in between the grand stuff, that matter most. It is the small, everyday displays of appreciation, compassion, consideration, or respect that make a relationship. It isn’t the grand events. It’s the seemingly insignificant ones: the thank you, the compliment, the smile. The putting down ypur phone to give undivided attention, even to a seemingly ‘insignificant’ remark.

And it is the small, habitual inconsideration, lack of appreciation, neglect, and disrespect that breaks a relationship. Not even the grand arguments. It’s the perpetual eyerolls, mocking tones, wandering glances, inattention, or rudeness which eat at our bonds over time, like termites.

Ironically, it’s the consistent tiny gestures, which we deem insignificant, that build–or break–the things we value most.

I am embarking on my historical tour of Andalus today. Some people have suggested that I post ‘live’ Facebook videos and introduce my online audience to some of the glories and historical sites of Muslim Spain.

This is my first time experiments with Facebook Live, so let’s see how this goes. Due to the hectic nature of the trip, unfortunately I can’t post scheduled, timed, events, but instead I will broadcast whenever possible. I’ll try to do at least one video a day starting from tomorrow, and it will be on Facebook for you to see whenever you get a chance insha Allah

I pray that the brief lectures/videos will be of benefit to you, and will make you appreciate the glorious legacy that was Andalus.

Let the games begin… 😀

PS I did something similar on Snapchat last time I went, but I personally didn’t like Snapchat because, firstly, the video is temporary, and secondly, I have to break every point into ten-second clips. And if you know me, I can’t speak in 10 seconds!!!

Dallas should be focused on moving forward, not being steeped in its ugly past. The idols of white supremacy need to go.

New Orleans did us proud, now it’s time for Dallas to do the same. This is an open letter from scholars and faith leaders across the city demanding the removal of confederate statues. Please circulate widely and support our efforts. We plan on expanding this effort nationally.

Here is how you can get involved:

Circulate the letter: http://bit.ly/bringthemdowndallas

Attend the rally to remove them: https://www.facebook.com/events/315156162228508/

Contact every Dallas city council-member and make sure they know that you want these relics gone: http://dallascityhall.com/government/Pages/contact_mcc.aspx

Open Letter to the people of Dallas, Members of the Dallas City Council, and Trustees of the Dallas School Board from Scholars and Faith Leaders:

“Mundane as they may appear, ubiquitous as they may be, public monuments constitute serious cultural authority. They are important precisely because, by their mere presence and their obvious expense, they impose a memory of an event or individual on the public landscape that orders our lives. These…

A Statement on Events in Jerusalem Yesterday and Today

1. For the first time since 1969, performance of the Friday prayer in Al-Aqsa mosque was prohibited. The mosque must be reopened immediately.

2. Occupation is the root of the problem. Everything else results from it, whatever the events are.

3. Arresting the Grand Mufti of Palestine and Jerusalem because he performed the Friday prayer at the door to the Al-Aqsa compound (after being prevented from entering) was a reprehensible act on the part of the Occupation.

4. Resisting the occupation is a legal right. It is a moral and religious obligation that the community has failed in fulfilling.

5. Hostility towards Al-Aqsa and the people who worship therein is a repeated act of criminality carried out by the Occupation. It must stop.

6. Al-Aqsa must not be subject to any type of action or operation that will give the Occupier an excuse and pretext to further consolidate their effort to divide it.

7. The Palestinian cause must no longer be exploited by any side for political ends and internal wrangling.

8. The insistence of any party on exploiting the Palestinian cause and the issue of Al-Aqsa for their own political ends is another tool that aides the intent of those who want Al-Aqsa demolished.

9. Muslims must visit Al-Aqsa in droves and ensure their visits adhere to the instructions of a ‘principled visitation’ as outlined by the Grand Mufti of Palestine and Jerusalem. The grounds of Al-Aqsa should be overflowing with visitors and worshippers throughout the year just as the holy precincts of Makka and Madina are. Sections of our community who continue to adhere to the opinion that visiting Al-Aqsa is tantamount to ‘normalisation’ with the Occupier have to stop playing their game; neglecting Al-Aqsa and leaving it for those who wish harm towards it is the biggest form of ‘normalisation’.

10. If Al-Aqsa is divided up and visitation rights are changed, it is inevitable that we will see attacks targeting the Occupying Entity, the governments that support it, and even those of our own governments who have signed treaties with it. At such a time any talk from them of respecting laws and rights will prove pointless simply because laws and rights were violated when the status-quo was allowed to change under their watch. This despite our unshakeable belief that adherance to laws, honouring rights and preserving the dignity of human beings is unquestionable and violating them is inexcusable.

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Starting in a little over an hour at Thanks-Giving Square. Let’s come together Dallas. #DallasStrong On Friday, July 7th our community will pause to remember the tragic events that took place in Dallas one year ago with great loss of life. The world was watching as we came together in thoughtful prayer to make our community whole again.

Please join us at 10:00 am at Thanks-Giving Square to remember, reflect and pray together for those individual lives and for our community that will never be the same. During this last year Faith Forward Dallas has been addressing some of the elements that contribute to re-building the soul and strength of the community. They have done this through marches, vigils, cross cultural dialogues, and bridge building initiatives.

The program will include reflections from faith leaders, city officials, police, families of the fallen, and community members.

http://www.thanksgiving.org/home/event-calendar/upcoming-events/

Cause · 443 people

It’s been 1 year since this happened and this weekend will be filled with memorials and tributes. These were my thoughts immediately after the shooting but I’m not sure they were fully developed then. Truthfully, I was numb. I will never forget the gunshots and the sights of that night. But we have to remain committed to ending the violence and injustices that keep robbing families of their loved ones.


Minutes before the shooting. Still trying to process what happened in #Dallas last night. I’m grateful for my life as I’ve never experienced before last night what it’s like to run for your life as gunshots are constantly being rattled off. I’ve never experienced being holed up in a hotel lobby while people pray that a gunman doesn’t walk in which is exactly what happened minutes after. I’m deeply saddened by the loss of innocent police lives that were there to protect this peaceful demonstration against police brutality. Those people killed had nothing to do with the actions of those who wore the same uniform as them as they took innocent lives, just like the murderers last night have nothing to do with the thousands of peaceful protestors marching. I went last night to show solidarity. I listened to mothers who lost their children to police brutality speak of their pain. I listened to the father of the young girl in McKinney who was brutalized by an officer on video last year speak of his pain. I listened to my colleague and friend from Faith Forward Dallas, Dr. Michael Waters, remind people of how to channel that pain. I was reminded once again of the despair that so many of our black brothers and sisters have in a broken system that has failed them for so long. I’ve been to many of these events in the past, but yesterday was different. We marched and chanted #BlackLivesMatter because the world needs to hear it. For too long, they have not in this country and in many parts of the world. But violence is never the answer. Violence breeds more violence. Clearly these attackers coordinated this before the protest, and carried out their attacks just as the protest ended. They have nothing to do with us. We marched for peace and for the end of senselessness that deprives children of their parents, not to deprive the children of those innocent officers killed last night of their own.


So who’s coming to my Crescent Institute public events/speeches on ‘defeating extremism’ in Sydney and Melbourne next week? Tickets still available to purchase at the link below…

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) | Tuesday 11th July
Western Sydney University | Thursday 13th July

Due to unprecedented ticket demand, we have managed to secure larger rooms! A final (but limited) release of General Admission tickets is now available in both states.

Melbourne tickets: http://bit.ly/2qwwnaK
Sydney tickets: http://bit.ly/2r1JEfb

We are proud to have the support of GetUp! and Western Sydney University

One year from Friday, our city of Dallas was forever changed. We’re asking the entire community to come out for a day of remembrance. Please share and be present. Thank you On Friday, July 7th our community will pause to remember the tragic events that took place in Dallas one year ago with great loss of life. The world was watching as we came together in thoughtful prayer to make our community whole again.

Please join us at 10:00 am at Thanks-Giving Square to remember, reflect and pray together for those individual lives and for our community that will never be the same. During this last year Faith Forward Dallas has been addressing some of the elements that contribute to re-building the soul and strength of the community. They have done this through marches, vigils, cross cultural dialogues, and bridge building initiatives.

The program will include reflections from faith leaders, city officials, police, families of the fallen, and community members.

http://www.thanksgiving.org/home/event-calendar/upcoming-events/

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The Reality of Trials

Trials in reality do not lie in the events themselves, but in the effects that these events have on you.

A trial really is your enduring the difficulty of being firm upon what you believe, despite the temptations and threats that besiege you in your endeavor.

May Allah make us firm upon the truth in what we say, do and believe.

O Allah, we are merely the sprouts that come forth from Your blessings, so do not make us the harvest of Your affliction; adorn us with pardon and well-being, shower our hearts with tranquility, and bestow our souls with the coolness of Your pleasure, O Most Sublime Who is mentioned, Ya Haqq, Ya Shakūr.

A young Muslim teenager killed in the States. A Muslim killed in the U.K. and many have been seriously injured… So sad. Yet there are three main teachings we can draw out of these horrific events. First we are all equally exposed to violence and terrorist attacks and because we are all potential victims, we should avoid playing the victims one “civilisation” or religion against the other. Second, murderers are murderers before being Muslim, White, Black, Jew or Christian. We should avoid equating their acts with their origin, colour or religion. Third, we need to come together and be as brave as this iman who protected the murderer from hatred and delivered him to justice. This is where we need to stand together : while we hate terrorism we need to master our emotions and remain wise and true to our principles. We will prevail with our ethical stances not with arrogant power and blind retaliation.

Université d’été CILE – CIMEF Côte d’Ivoire du 11 août au 16 août 2017

Thème : l’Islam face aux Défis Contemporains – Comment rester fidèle à la Voie.

Malheureusement le quota est atteint pour les résidents africains, mais bonne nouvelle: il reste quelques places pour les résidents hors Afrique!

Pour plus d’information et vous inscrire:
http://tariqramadan.com/events/universite-dete-cile-cimef-cote-divoire-du-11-aout-au-16-aout-2017/

Université d’été CILE – CIMEF Côte d’Ivoire du 11 août au 16 août 2017

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Université d’été CILE – CIMEF Côte d’Ivoire du 11 août au 16 août 2017

Thème : l’Islam face aux Défis Contemporains – Comment rester fidèle à la Voie.

Malheureusement le quota est atteint pour les résidents africains, mais bonne nouvelle: il reste quelques places pour les résidents hors Afrique!

Pour plus d’information et vous inscrire:
http://tariqramadan.com/events/universite-dete-cile-cimef-cote-divoire-du-11-aout-au-16-aout-2017/

Université d’été CILE – CIMEF Côte d’Ivoire du 11 août au 16 août 2017