ALC - Module 3

Islamic Perspective on Human Communication To be held on Saturday 30th May and 6th June 2015. Module 3 Islamic Perspective on Human Communication Summary One of the distinguishing characteristics of Islam is its emphasis on community and social interactions....

ALC - Module 3

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Islamic Perspective on Human Communication


One of the distinguishing characteristics of Islam is its emphasis on community and social interactions. The relation of the individual to society, social nature of human being, universal laws of Allah governing human community, and guidelines on how to communicate, locally and globally, with Muslims and non-Muslims are some of the major social themes of the Qur’an. Issues like kindness, being concerned with Muslims’ affairs, and informed of the situation of relatives and neighbors, promoting virtue and preventing evil, social intimacy, and also numerous communicative concepts such as cooperation (ta‘awun), mutual recognition  (mu‘arafah), and interrelationship (muraba’a), depict the outstanding place of communication in the Qur’an.
Relying on Islamic primary sources, and pondering on some of the above-mentioned themes and concept we will discuss the following titles during three weekends:

  • The importance of community and communication in Islam
  • Interpersonal communication in Islam
  • Social communication in Islam
  • Inter-cultural and inter-religious communication in Islam


Shaykh Isa Jahangir

Instructor Profile

Shaykh Isa Jahangir studied Islamic studies at the Seminary of Qum, and the International Institute for Islamic Studies (Qum), completed his BA and MA in Sociology at the University of Baqir al-Ulum, and his PhD in Culture and Communication at the same university. He teaches different subjects regarding Islamic studies and Muslim social thought. He was the Head of Department of Islamic Studies at al-Mustafa International University. Currently he is the Group Leader for BA/MA Islamic Studies and Islam and the West at the Islamic College, London. He also teaches at the Hawzah of England. He has published numerous books and papers on Shia and Islamic studies.


2 week module to be conducted on Saturday 30th May and 6th June 2015.


2 sessions each week:


Al Mahdi Centre

Course fee

£20 for the entire module.
Students receive a 40% discount.
Subsidies available upon request (in confidence).
Donations requested.


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Limited places available. Your place will only be secured upon receipt of your required details by email or a hardcopy alongside payment of the non-refundable course fees. Places will be reserved on a first come first serve basis.

Deadline for Registration

The deadline for registration is Sunday 24th May 2015.

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