rekindling muslim thought

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Keep The Classical

“Al-Nahda refers to an intellectual renaissance and an academic resurgence which seeks to enlighten minds and reinvigorate the rational faculty that every individual possesses.”

~Hammad Mustafa al-Madani al-Qadri

Chief Editor, Renaissance

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Al-Nahda (Renaissance) is a seasonal publication with a focus on rekindling classical Muslim values in a contemporary context.

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Rekindling an Era of Muslim Thought.

In the age of mass information and misinformation, find your way back to the fundamentals.

Meet Our Authors

Hammad Mustafa al-Madani al-Qadri

MSc International Relations, PhD Candidate
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Dr. Wassim Drissi

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine

Dr. Madeeha Drissi

Dermatology
Texas AM Health Science Center, College of Medicine

Dr. Ghazala Qadri

Theology, Philosophy and Religion
University of Birmingham

Dr. Abdullah Raja

Neuroscience

McMaster University

Dawood Mehmood

Politics and International Relations
University of Westminster

Muhbeen Hussain

MSc History, Politics & Business
Queen Mary, University of London

Somia Zaman

MSc Psychotheraphy
University of Bolton
BABCP accredited Cognitive Behaviour Therapist

Safyah Akhtar

Digital Marketing
University of Aberdeen

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