October   24.25. 2019

Faculty for Comparative Study of Religions and Humanism (FVG) & European Observatory of Religion and Secularism.

Speakers :

Prof. dr. Brahim Layouss : Welcome

Prof. dr. Chris Vonck : IntroductionA search for a Quran in the 50’s’.

Heiko Wenzel: Is Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat an Intolerant Version of Islam? A Dialog ue with Hiltrud Schröter’s Book on the Jamaat.

Sumera Tariq: The Two-Nation Theory and The Making of a Nation. Was Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud Ahmad A Nation-Maker And Influenced the making Of Pakistan?

Muhammed Haron. : Africa’s Ahmadiyya Community:  Its double-identity as a religious minority.

Dr.Idrees Ahmad :The history of the Ahmadya Muslim community.

John H. Hanson : The Ahmadiyya in Ghana: aspirational Muslims in a global community.

Willy Fautré (President of Human Rights Without Frontiers Int.) : Persecution of the Ahmadis in Pakistan and other countries.

Thierry Valle (president CAP Liberté de Conscience) ; The case of the Ahmadis refugees in Thailand and Malaysia

Sir dr. Iftikhar Ayaz: Ahmadiyya History- A Theological Point  of View .

Dr.Ataul Wasih Tariq and Prof. Vasco Fronzoni (Univ. Napoli Orientale) : Blasphemy, Ahmadiyya theology and positive legislation.

Prof. Fazeel S. Khan, Esq. : Heresy or Hyperbole. An Assessment of the Claim of “Prophethood” Attributed to the Founder of the Ahmadiyya Movement.

Pr.Maria d’Arienzo: Theory of sovereignty and power in the Ahmadiyya Community

Ahmad Najib Burhani : Ahmadiyah and Islamic Revivalism in the Twentieth Century Indonesia: A Neglected Contribution                                    

Organizers :

Régis Dericquebourg, Bernadette Rigal-Cellard. Chris Vonck. Willy Fautré and Donald Westbrook.

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