Only Fools and Horses
Friday sermon delivered on 22/02/2013 at al-Furqan Mosque Glasgow touching on the ethics of food production and consumption.
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Friday, 30th September 2022
The Faith Debate - BBC Radio Scotland
Duration: 45 minutes  |  Listen
Recorded at Giffnock Synagogue, this Riddoch Questions deals with issues of Gaza, Israel, faith schools and other related topics.
Muslim Scots | BBC Heart & Soul
Duration: 26 minutes  |  Listen
How does a strong Scottish identity sit with being a devout Muslim? In this programme, the World Service's Islamic affairs analyst, Roger Hardy, travels to Scotlandís largest city, Glasgow, to meet people who have very much embraced both.
What were the historical conditions that gave rise to the Sunni-Shia schism and how does it manifest itself in the modern world. Ernie Rea chairs Radio 4's discussion programme in which guests from different faith and non-faith perspectives debate the challenges of today's world.
Current affairs discussion with Shaykh Ruzwan, Rowan Williams, Ann Widdecombe and others.
The World Today. Forced Marriages Campaign dialogue. Broadcast 6.05am Tuesday 1st May, 2012.
Scotland' s morning news programme, presented by Gary Robertson and Hayley Millar. Broadcast 8:00AM Fri, 4 May 2012.
Breakfast show, presented by Nicky Campbell and Rachel Burden. Interview and debate on forced marriages. Broadcast on BBC Radio 5 live, 6AM Tuesday 1st May 2012.
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme, presented by Samira Ahmed. Shaykh Amer Jamil is leading a campaign in Scotland to try and change the attitude and culture surrounding forced marriage. Broadcast 6th May 2012.
Asian Network reports lunchtime news programme. A new religious push against forced marriage. 12:30PM Tue, 1 May 2012.
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