The Dallas Institute

The Dallas InstituteThe Dallas Institute was founded in 2004 by a group of European Muslim scholars and teachers committed to offering higher education to our youth, an education aimed at forging a generation of leaders trained to understand the world situation and equipped with the necessary knowledge to play active roles in transforming society by restoring high and noble values.

The Dallas Institute is offering an intense nine month course of study in the following subjects:

Geopolitics – The study of events on differing terrains and in different countries, the causes of crises and the inter-relationship of local events.

Biopolitics – The study of the causes and connections by which individuals have historically imposed themselves on, altered or dominated event

Classical Roman Studies – The study that gives access to the foundations of Western political thought and leads to a classical political training

Islamic Knowledge – The Arabic language, Fiqh, Aqidah and Sirah.

Language studies – Urdu, English and Chinese.

Media studies – The study of diverse methods for the dissemination of ‘messages’ such as book publishing, the internet, film, radio and TV.

The course begins on the 15th of February, 2010.

For more information, download The Dallas Institute Prospectus or contact us at The Ihsan Mosque for more information.

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Abdassamad Clarke is from Ulster and was formally educated at Edinburgh University in Mathematics and Physics. He accepted Islam at the hands of Shaykh Dr. Abdalqadir as-Sufi in 1973, and, at his suggestion, studied Arabic and tajwid and other Islamic sciences in Cairo for a period. In the 80s he was secretary to the imam of the Dublin Mosque, and in the early 90s one of the imams khatib of the Norwich Mosque, and again from 2002-2016. He has translated, edited and typeset a number of classical texts. He currently resides with his wife in Denmark and occasionally teaches there. 14 May, 2023 0:03

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