Behind the Scenes: “War, Islam, and the Sanctity of Life” by Hassan Shibly

Hassan Shibly

Hassan Shibly graduated Magna Cum Laude from the State University of New York at Buffalo with a degree in Political Science concentrating on International Relations. He subsequently graduated amongst the top of his class from the University at Buffalo Law School. He has taught courses at the Kuftaro Institution in Damascus, Syria and regularly lectures on issues related to Islam, Civil Rights, Islamophobia, and Spirituality. He is the founder of Madania Publications, the publishing house for the largest traditional Islamic seminary in North America. Hassan has practiced law since 2011 and currently serves as the Chief Executive Director of CAIR-Florida on whose behalf he regularly appears in the media to advocate and educate on issues relevant to the American Muslim community.

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In this BTS video, Hassan Shibly, guest author at Yaqeen Institute, discusses his upcoming research publication about Islam’s rules and conduct about engaging in warfare.

“War, Islam, and the Sanctity of Life: Non-Aggression in the Islamic Code of Combat” will be released tomorrow inshaAllah.