Shah Kirit Tour To Singapore - The Forbidden Love, Journey to Light
In the context of inter-religious community with varied cultures, the subject matter would evolve on the youth especially who are prone to face some social problems.
Shah Kirit Kakulal Govindji
His name perhaps reflects his Non-Muslim origin and also his current status as a Muslim. It would not be an exaggeration to claim that Brother Shah (the way he likes to be called) is probably one the leading and most popular speakers on Comparative Religion in Malaysia.
As the leading da'wah officer at IIS (Islamic Information and Service Foundation) which is non-profit da'wa organisation, he has been delivering talks and giving courses on Comparative Religion for five years now. He is also a Manager at SABA Islamic Media Sdn Bhd.
His friendly, sincere, unassuming and always-humble way befits his main purpose in life – to explain Islam to anyone in the most direct and simple way possible, hence making clear Islam's great message of peace and hopefully making a difference to Peace & Harmony through the nation and the world. Being an avid advocate of truthfulness and fairness, he does not hesitate to correct actions and situations around him, be it among Muslims or Non Muslim.
You will find his talk simple to understand, informative, solid and most certainly interesting! You will most likely find it "too short" and will be wanting more of him…be warned!
Why you should listen to Shah Kirit:
- Formerly a Hindu converted to Islam at Jabatan Agama Negeri Perak on 14 February 1996.
- Participated in the intensive comparative Religion course "International Da'wah Training Program" at IRF Mumbai, India organized by the President of Islamic Research Foundation (IRF), Dr Zakir Naik (1999)
- Participated in "Train the Trainer" course from Islamic Education Trust, Nigeria ( 2002)
- Participated in the training on "An Objective Scientific Understanding of Islam and The Laws of Learning" conducted by the Late Prof Dr Muhammad Al-Mahdi, Khalifah Institute, Malaysia. (2004)
For more deep questions we have arrange with Bro Shah Kirit for a more intensive workshop for Muslim to answer common question ask by non-Muslim.
We will also cover sensitive topics faced by us Muslim
Do you know what a non muslim think of Muslims?
What are the media protraying Muslims?
What are the thoughts of a non Muslims towards Muslim?
What are the common questions towards a Muslim and can you answer them?
Ive listed 10 of the common question by a Non-Muslim towards a Muslim
We will cover topics on how the Non Muslms and the west think of Muslims.
Questions such as:
#1: Muslims are violent, terrorists and/or extremists.
#2: Islam oppresses women.
#3: Muslims worship a different God and called it Allah.
#4: Islam was spread by the sword and intolerant of other faiths.
#5: All Muslims are Arabs
#6: The Nation of Islam is a Muslim group.
#7: All Muslim men marry four wives.
#8: Muslims are a barbaric, backward people.
#9: Muhammad was the founder of Islam and Muslims worship him.
#10: Muslims hate Jesus or any other prophets.
The intensive workshop are for Muslims and will be covered in 2 days, which is the following Saturday and Sunday. (3th-4th April)
Sunday = 9am-6pm
More Details will be given on Friday 2nd April during the seminar.
PS. If you are a non-Muslims and would like to know more about Islam, you would really want to attend this seminar on 2nd April
If you have any BURNING questions about Islam and what you are not happy about Islam this will be a great time for you to attend and question the Muslim.
PPS. Bro Shah Kirit is a very busy man and Im not sure when he will be coming back again to Singapore. I have personally attend his workshop last year and I can assure you that every time invest to learn more will be a time best invested.
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His name perhaps reflects his Non-Muslim origin and also his current status as a Muslim. It would no...
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