Many people, even among those who subscribe to a faith, perceive religion as an impediment to progress and intellectuality. In this short talk, Mohammad Elshinawy explains where that resentful sentiment stems from in our modern world, and how the history of Islam shatters this over-generalization.
About Mohammad Elshinawy
Graduate of English Literature – Brooklyn College, NYC. Studied at College of Hadith at the Islamic University of Madinah. Currently completing his Islamic Studies at Mishkah University. Translated major works for the International Islamic Publishing House, the Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America, and Mishkah University.
Categories: Contemporary Issues