From Qatar lecture series - Al-Fanar center
Hamza Tzortzis presents the role of Islam in society from a number of different perspectives during Day 1 of his powerful lecture series "Classified" held at Fanar - Qatar Islamic Cultural Center on 7th - 10th of December 2012.
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HAMZA ANDREAS TZORTZIS is an international public speaker on Islam. He is a writer with articles, essays and commentaries on political philosophy, the philosophy of religion and society. Hamza is an intellectual activist actively engaging on issues pertaining to religion, social cohesion and politics.
Hamza regularly participates in debates and symposiums with leading intellectuals, public speakers and academics on topics concerning western and Islamic philosophy, politics and current affairs. For example he participated in a debate with the editor of the Philosophy Now magazine Rick Lewis, entitled "God: Delusion or Truth?", he participated in a debate with the best selling author, philosophy lecturer and chair of the British Humanist Association's Philosophers Group Peter Cave on "Can We Live Better Lives Without Religion?" More recently Hamza debated the highly acclaimed professor, Simon Blackburn, who is one of the leading atheist and humanist academics in the world. The debates was held in the historic Cambridge University debating chambers.
Hamza regularly appears in the media explaining and demystifying Islam and providing unique perspectives on current affairs. He has appeared on the BBC, BBC Arabic, BBC Radio 4, Press TV, Islam Channel, Ummah TV, Iqra TV, TV3 (Malaysia) and National Public Radio of America.
Hamza lectures all around the world on topics related to Islam, philosophy and politics. He is one of the main initiators of the contemporary emergence of Muslim public speakers using Islamic and Western philosophy to shed light on Islam and demystify its way of life.
Hamza is a senior researcher and lecturer for iERA.
To contact Hamza please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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