33rd Annual Milad-un-Nabi lecture at the Ismaili Centre, Toronto (Worldwide Online Webcast)

“The Prophet Muhammad (may peace be upon him and his family) – The Man and The Ideal”

Raficq Abdulla will deliver the annual Milad-un-Nabi Lecture at the Ismaili Centre, Toronto on Saturday, 20 January 2018 (tonight). The event is due to begin at approximately 8:00 PM EST (Toronto time) and will be webcast live at https://the.ismaili/live. This event is co-sponsored by Emmanuel College, University of Toronto.

33rd Annual Milad-un-Nabi lecture at the Ismaili Centre, Toronto with Worldwide Online WebcastA modern day Renaissance man, Raficq Abdulla – Writer, Lawyer and Poet – is a Visiting Fellow of the Faculty of Business and Law at Kingston University. He is also a writer, lecturer, public speaker, and broadcaster on topics ranging from art to poetry to Islamic law to Islam, identity, spirituality & the sacred. In 1999, he was awarded an MBE (Member of the British Empire) by the Queen for his interfaith work between Muslims, Jews and Christians. He has given talks on BBC World Service and has published books of poetry based on the Muslim mystics Rumi and Attar including Words of Paradise: Selected poems of Rumi and The Conference of the Birds: Selected Sufi Poetry of Farid ud-Din Attar, and his reflections on the sonnets of Shakespeare entitled Reflecting Mercury: Dreaming Shakespeare’s Sonnets was published in 2016.

Raficq Abdulla has been an adviser on legal and governance matters to Boards ranging from corporate for profit organizations, charities and UK’s National Health Service. He sits on the Board of the Muslim Law (Shariah) Council in the UK as an English lawyer, and has advised the Muslim College in London and the Imams and Mosques Council.

Source: Webcast: Mr. Raficq Abdulla to Deliver the 33rd Annual Milad-un-Nabi lecture at the Ismaili Centre, Toronto

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