To Discuss Or To Argue?

The choice between being open to learn, or closing the door to knowledge.

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Faith Forum: Love Not Hate

My latest appearance on Faith Forum, Hidayat TV last week, discussing, "Love not Hate" with Dr Talib Warsi and Shaykh Muhammad Amin-Evans.

Great Minds Discuss Ideas

"Something well worth reflecting upon, in a world that's fallen into a collective obsession with celebrity worship..." ~ Paul Salahuddin Armstrong

Muslims in the West: What is the Way Forward?

Muslims in the West: What is the Way Forward? Video of the controversial debate organised by the Anti-Extremism Alliance, in partnership with The Association of British Muslims and Muslim Debate Initiative. Panelists: Paul Salahuddin Armstrong, Co-Director, The Association of British Muslims (AOBM) Mubin Shaikh, Canadian National Security Consultant Tehmina Kazi, British Muslims for Secular Democracy…Read more Muslims in the West: What is the Way Forward?

VoxAfrica Hotseat: Is Islam Synonymous with Terrorism?

VoxAfrica Hotseat: 25.05.2012 Guests, listed anticlockwise from front-left of studio: Paul Salahuddin Armstrong, Co-Director, The Association of British Muslims (AOBM) Carlos Cortiglia, Press Officer, British National Party (BNP) Tommy Robinson, Leader of the English Defence League (EDL) Abdullah Al Andalusi, Co-Founder, Muslim Debate Initiative (MDI)

Faith Forum – One Islam One Ummah (25.03.2012)

Dr Talib Hussain Warsi and Paul Salahuddin Armstrong, Co-Director of The Association of British Muslims, discussing the topic "One Islam One Ummah" on Faith Forum; a wonderful discussion show on faith, religion, spirituality and current affairs on Hidayat TV, Sky 803 every Monday at 5:00 PM.

Faith Forum – Human Family (19.03.2012)

Dr Talib Hussain Warsi discussing our Human Family and Islam with Paul Salahuddin Armstrong, Co-Director of The Association of British Muslims on Faith Forum. A wonderful discussion show on faith, religion, spirituality and current affairs on Hidayat TV, Sky 803 every Monday at 5:00 PM, UK time.