Alhamdulillah, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Student’s Association of UCL (UCLU-AMSA) has kindly been invited by the UCL Union Atheist, Secularist and Humanist Society (UCLU-ASHS) to take part in a debate on the subject: ”Sharia Law Negates Human Rights.” Details of the event are shown below.
The event is open to all and so you are each invited to join us on the day. There will be an opportunity for guests to put questions to the two panels. Given the nature and subject matter of the event, there is a particular need for members of AMSA UK and Majlis Ansar Sultanul Qalam, UK (MKA SuQ), to attend and support the event. Lastly, the success of any endeavour is only granted by Allah the Exalted and so we request your prayers for the success of the event.
Debate: ”Sharia Law Negates Human Rights”
Date: Thursday 8th December, 6pm-8pm.
Venue: Bedford Way LG04, 26 Bedford Way, WC1H 0DS (map with directions from Russell Square Tube Station: http://crf.casa.ucl.ac.uk/screenRoute.aspx?s=1181&d=211&w=False )
Hosted by UCLU Atheist, Secularist and Humanist Society (UCLU-ASHS), the speakers against the motion have been provided by UCLU AMSA while the speakers for the motion have been provided by One Law for All-a campaign against sharia law.
For the motion:
1) Maryam Namazie – Human rights campaigner and spokesperson of ”One Law for All.”
2) Anne-Marie Waters – Lawyer and spokesperson for ”One Law for All.”
Against the motion:
1) Ayyaz Mahmood Khan – UK Ahmadiyya Muslim University of Theology and Languages.
2) Jonathan Butterworth – UCL Law Teaching Fellow and Co-ordinator of Human Rights NGO “Just Fair.”
ALL ARE WELCOME!