9 March 2013, from 9am to 5.50pm
Location: Qatar Foundation, Student Center - Ballrooms 1, 2 and 3
Arts and Politics from an Ethical Perspective: Critical Questions
- Two hours for each session
- 20 minutes for each guest speaker to deliver a speech
- Five minutes for the moderator’s interventions
- Five minutes for the researcher to present the session’s questions
- 30 minutes for the audience’s questions
- 9am to 9.30am: Registration
- 9.30am to 9.40am: The Holy Qur’an
- 9.40am to 10am:
- Prof. Tariq Ramadan:
- Dr. Jasser Auda:
Maqasid Al-Shariah as Methodology for Islamic Renewal: The Philosophy of CILE
- 10am to 12pm: Ethics in Islam
Sheikh Dr Yusuf Al- Qaradawi, Sheikh Dr Ahmed Al-Raissouni, Professor Mohammed Hassan Kamal, and Sheikh Dr Ali AL-Quradaghi.
CILE Researcher: Zaynab Raissouni
- What is the appropriate methodology for the study of ethics in Islam?
- How can we ensure the compatibility of fatwas with ethical values?
- 12pm to 1.15pm: Break and prayers
- 1.15pm to 3.15pm: Ethics in Arts
Dr Yusuf Islam, Dr Ahmad Moustafa, Hamza Namira, and Saloua Al-Choudary
CILE Researcher: YomnaTaher Sayed
- What is the relationship between art and ethics?
- What is your perspective of Islamic art?
Fatima Azzahrae Chaabani
- 3.15pm to 3.30pm: Coffee Break
- 3.30pm to 5.30pm: Ethics in Politics
Dr. Abdel Moneim Abul Futuh, Professor Norman Flinkestein, Sheikh Dr. Esam Elbashir, Professor Nilüfer Göle
CILE Researcher: Asim Koldzo
- What is the relationship between ethics and politics?
- To what extent did the Arab Spring succeed in realizing the ethical values that inspired them in the first place?
- 5.30pm to 5.50pm: Concluding Speech – Prof. Tariq Ramadan