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Peter Gould | The Road to Zileej

Peter Gould | The Road to Zileej In his early university career, Peter was going through an internal conversation that would radically alter the path of his life to come. Grappling with big questions of existence, Truth and ultimately, God, Peter found Islam gave him deep yet simple answers to these existential questions. After accepting...

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Shahed Amanullah | Silicon Valley, Start-Ups and Muslim potential

Shahed Amanullah | Silicon Valley & Muslim Start-ups In the late 1990’s, the tech start-up space was absolutely booming. The world was coming to terms with the power of technology, and after seeing some incredibly successful ideas, investors were ready to throw stupidly large amounts of money at tech start-ups. In this environment, Shahed Amanullah...

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Hanan Dover | PsychCentral, Mission of Hope & a few taboos.

Hanan Dover |Founder of PychCentral In 1882, a small group of Italian men left Roseto Valfortore and set their eyes towards New York. The village they settled in remained relatively unknown until 1961, when a physician caught eye of a strange fact: People in this village had far fewer heart attacks than the normal population....

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Riyaad Minty | AJ+, TRT and everything in between.

Riyaad Minty | Co-founder of AJ+ The AJ+ phenomenon is a familiar sight for anyone using the internet today. Short, flashy and yet compelling, AJ+ videos have become a staple in the modern news industry. Far less known, however, is the young South African who played a major role in building it: Riyaad Minty. As...

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Mohamad Jebara | Islamic Values and Modern Business

Mohamed Jebara | Co-founder of Mathspace The Global Financial Crisis is a stark moment in the modern memory. For some, it illustrated the deep flaws within the existing system. For others it meant a lot of lost money. But for very few, it became the site of a deep reassessment of their life’s direction and...

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Naz Shah | From Poverty to British Parliament

Naz Shah’s Story The streets of the UK buzz with cars, laughter and excitement. From the outset, life goes on and everything seems normal. In a small household in Bradford West, however, things are far from normal. A confused 6-year-old Naz Shah sits contemplating the events that had just unfolded. Events which she would only...

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