Tariq Ramadan is Professor of Contemporary Islamic Studies at the Oxford University (Oriental Institute, St Antony’s College) and also teaches at the Oxford Faculty of Theology. He is Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Islamic Studies, (Qatar) and the University of Malaysia Perlis; Senior Research Fellow at Doshisha University (Kyoto, Japan) and Director of the Research Centre of Islamic Legislation and Ethics (CILE) (Doha, Qatar).

He holds an MA in Philosophy and French literature and PhD in Arabic and Islamic Studies from the University of Geneva. In Cairo, Egypt he received one-on-one intensive training in classic Islamic scholarship from Al-Azhar University scholars (ijazat in seven disciplines). Through his writings and lectures Tariq has contributed to the debate on the issues of Muslims in the West and Islamic revival in the Muslim world. He is active at academic and grassroots levels lecturing extensively throughout the world on theology, ethics, social justice, ecology and interfaith as well intercultural dialogue. He is President of the European think tank: European Muslim Network (EMN) in Brussels.

Latest books: « Islam and the Arab Awakening » OUP USA (2012); “The Arab Awakening: Islam and the New Middle East” Penguin (April 2012); “The Quest for Meaning, Developing a Philosophy of Pluralism” Penguin (2010); “What I believe” OUP USA (2009); “Radical Reform, Islamic Ethics and Liberation” OUP USA (2008).

7 Commentaires

  1. Assalamou-alaikoum!
    Well i would just like to say that my mum, my sister and i were very impressed by Prof Tariq Ramadan’s (speech)program i’m not sure at how one should call it… in Mauritius at the Century Welfare Association..! Insha Allah what ever you said at the ‘conference’ shall make changes gradually upon us..Ameen! well that’s all I reallY have to say! Insha Allah Allah will help u n ur family in the Future Ameen!

    Allah-Hafiz..Hope to hear you soon! Insha Allah..

  2. Very refreshing: a muslim inyellectual who doesn’t turn away from islam (like Hirsi Ali, Afshin Elian, Ibn Warraq etc.). Hope the future whil bring more of these well educated muslim-thinkers. Keep up the good work, mr. Ramadan!

  3. ‘The most appreciated one is not necessarily be the one who make you feel good, but is the one who shows yours wrong doing’’ I am confident that Tariq has the ability with justification to demonstrate wrong doing within any scope of life when its come to policies and implementation and pray for his progressive continuity. Nazim Rajbally

  4. Souvenez – vous Mr Ramadan Selon que vous serez puissant ou miserable les judgements de court …
    Pourquoi vouloir entrez dans cette lutte mediatique a la maniere de bhl ? Par donnez la comparaison peu flateuse …
    Mon sejour Oxford etait genial j’espere que vous penserez a ne pas quitter cet environement propice a l’epanouissement de votre pensee philosophique puis un jour … La sagesse

  5. Asalam
    what I personally like about, Mr Ramada he always go to point without apologizing, when we said the truth, we didn’t need to apologizi to anyone.

  6. This man is a well-spoken, extremeley well-read Muslim and Araba man, everything he has written ( that I have read) or said makes complete sense, and is intelligent and adresses your intellect, unlike the rabble on TV, and that is the principal reason why his thoughts have been constantly misrepresented and his name dragged in mud by the vile hounds on French TV. There may be racists in the UL, but there is no way they will prevent a person from speaking or working in the harsh and dishonest manner that we see in France. I am glad the man had not been broken when they had tried to set him up after he had left his job in Switzeralnd and had planned to go ( on invitation) to the USA, instead ending up in such a historically high-minded place like Oxford. Well done, Mr. Ramadan and God Bless!


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