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Dr Usama Hasan***
***Dr Usama Hasan is a former senior lecturer in business information systems at Middlesex University, and a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society.
has argued in favour of compatibility between Islam and human evolution.
He is also Senior Researcher in Islamic Studies at the Quilliam Foundation.
Hasan has a PhD, an MSc and an MA in Physics and Artificial Intelligence from the Universities of Cambridge & London.
followed the family tradition of Islamic scholarship, becoming an Imam at the Masjid al-Tawhid mosque
He is a certified transmitter of the Qur'an and Hadith and has translated a number of Islamic texts into English, including The Islamic Foundation's "Way of the Prophet" (2009).
****Alex Cameron lives on the Loughborough Estate in Brixton as part of a missional community with the charity CHIPS, Christian International Peace Service, in order to come alongside young people at risk of gang involvement.
She works for the West London Synagogue as a Neighbourhood Community Worker in Marylebone developing interfaith and social action projects.
And amongst all of that you'll find her
free time in the kitchen baking something scrummy!
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Senior Researcher in Islamic Studies
Usama Hasan: Senior Researcher | Quilliam Foundation
Usama Hasan: Senior Researcher
Dr Usama Hasan is Senior Researcher at Quilliam and was a founding advisor to the organisation in 2008.
As a teenager Usama became a radical salafi activist and, whilst still a Cambridge undergraduate, briefly took part (1990-1) in the 'Jihad' against Communist forces in Afghanistan.
However following the 7/7 bombings in London, Usama
took it upon himself to start campaigning against extremism and for religious reform within Muslim circles.
Dr Usama Hasan on balance ...
Dr Usama Hasan on balance and extremism with Inspire and the London Borough of Wandsworth
On 11th December 2013, in association with Inspire
, the advocacy group for Muslim women's rights, Usama Hasan
delivered theological training on promoting balance and countering extremism to a dozen women in Wandsworth.
presentation covered balance and extremism, including different interpretations of ummah (nation) and jihad (struggle), and ended...
'Do we need an Islamic State?': Dr Usama Hasan addresses Bristol University Multi-faith Chaplaincy
Posted in: 2013, 2013, Events, Outreach |
December 12, 2013 at 09:29
On the 6th December 2013, Dr. Usama Hasan
addressed a packed audience of 40 people at the Bristol University Multi-Faith Chaplaincy, an event organised by the Bristol City Circle.
Trust me - I'm a Scientist!: Usama Hasan
at the Muslim Institute
2013 Winter Gathering
Posted in: 2013, 2013, Events, Outreach |
December 3, 2013 at 14:51
While societies around the world now put an unprecedented degree of trust in science, community faith in science is still far from absolute.
How has this faith in science developed over time and what are its implications?
Quilliam's Dr Usama Hasan addressed the Muslim Institute's 2013 Winter Gathering on 30th...
The event, sponsored by Lord Diljit ...
The event, sponsored by Lord Diljit Rana, was chaired by Dr William Crawley from the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, and on the panel were Carlotta Gall, New York Times correspondent and author of The Wrong Enemy: America in Afghanistan 2001-2014; Dr Ayesha Siddiqa, civilian military scientist and Charles Wallace Fellow, St Antony's College, Oxford; Nikita Malik, Researcher at The Quilliam Foundation; Zahid Hussain, former Times correspondent and author of the highly acclaimed books Frontline Pakistan: The struggle with militant Islam and The scorpion's tail: The relentless rise of Islamic militants in Pakistan; and Dr Usama Hasan, Senior Researcher at The Quilliam Foundation.