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EP 113: Wheels of Confusion | Dr. Mohamed Ghilan


Mahin, SIM and Shaykh Amir talk to Dr. Mohamed Ghilan about consciousness and philosophy.  The last hour is just an open goofy/serious dialogue for those you who prefer those kinds of episodes.

Dr. Ghilan is a neuroscientist, Islamic lecturer, YouTuber, and Podcaster.

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Mohamed Ghilan is a Canadian Muslim originally born in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia to parents from Sudanese and Yemeni backgrounds. He attended high school after immigrating to Canada in Vancouver, British Columbia. Eventually, Mohamed moved to Victoria where he obtained a B.Sc. with a major in microbiology (honours) and a minor in business administration.

In 2007 Mohamed began his full-time studies in the Islamic Tradition after having made connections with several Muslim scholars. He has been consistently traveling over the past years to spend intensive extended periods studying various aspects of the Islamic sciences relating to Theology and Creed, Jurisprudence, Hadith, Foundational Principles (Usool), Arabic, Poetry, spiritual purification, and Quranic sciences.

Mohamed has previously given lectures on the biography of the Prophet Muhammed peace be upon him, Fundamentalism in Islam, Islam, and science, the message of Islam, Jesus in the Qur’an, in addition to others. He has also taught an introductory course on Islamic Jurisprudence according to the Maliki School as well as an introductory course on Islamic Theology (‘Aqeedah).

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EP 112: Far Beyond Driven | Ahmed Hankir (The Wounded Healer)


Dr. Ahmed Hankir is a psychiatrist, lecturer, found of the Wounded Healer and recipient of the prestigious Royal College of Psychiatrists Foundation Doctor of the Year award in 2013.

https://www.ahmedhankir.com

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EP 044: Consciousness | Dr. Mohamed Ghilan


Mahin, SIM and Sh. Amir talk to Dr. Mohamed Ghilan about Consciousness, Artificial Intelligence, Neo-Atheism, proving the existence of a creator, why we sin despite having conviction in God.

Dr. Ghilan is a neuroscientist, Islamic lecturer and podcaster.

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Search for "Mohamed Ghilan" in iTunes.

Twitter: @MohamedGhilan

Mohamed Ghilan is a Canadian Muslim originally born in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia to parents from Sudanese and Yemeni backgrounds. He attended high school after immigrating to Canada in Vancouver, British Columbia. Eventually, Mohamed moved to Victoria where he obtained a B.Sc. with a major in microbiology (honours) and a minor in business administration.

In 2007 Mohamed began his full time studies in the Islamic Tradition after having made connections with several Muslim scholars. He has been consistently travelling over the past years to spend intensive extended periods studying various aspects of the Islamic sciences relating to Theology and Creed, Jurisprudence, Hadith, Foundational Principles (Usool), Arabic, Poetry, spiritual purification, and Qur’anic sciences.

Mohamed has previously given lectures on the biography of the Prophet Muhammed peace be upon him, Fundamentalism in Islam, Islam and science, the message of Islam, Jesus in the Qur’an, in addition to others. He has also taught an introductory course on Islamic Jurisprudence according to the Maliki School as well as an introductory course on Islamic Theology (‘Aqeedah).

In May 2015, Mohamed earned a PhD in neuroscience at the University of Victoria, where he studied synaptic plasticity in Huntington’s disease, as well as the effects and molecular mechanisms of stress on the brain in Fragile X syndrome. He hopes his research can eventually be used to develop new therapies can be used to assist individual with movement disorders or intellectual disabilities.Mahin, SIM and Sh. Amir talk to Dr. Mohamed Ghilan about Consciousness, Artificial Intelligence, Neo-Atheism, proving the existence of a creator, why we sin despite having conviction in God.   Dr. Ghilan is a neuroscientist, Islamic lecturer and podcaster.

AndalusOnline.org - Join the Andalus Book Club!

Search for "Mohamed Ghilan" in iTunes to listen to his Podcast.

Twitter: @MohamedGhilan

Mohamed Ghilan is a Canadian Muslim originally born in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia to parents from Sudanese and Yemeni backgrounds. He attended high school after immigrating to Canada in Vancouver, British Columbia. Eventually, Mohamed moved to Victoria where he obtained a B.Sc. with a major in microbiology (honours) and a minor in business administration.

In 2007 Mohamed began his full time studies in the Islamic Tradition after having made connections with several Muslim scholars. He has been consistently travelling over the past years to spend intensive extended periods studying various aspects of the Islamic sciences relating to Theology and Creed, Jurisprudence, Hadith, Foundational Principles (Usool), Arabic, Poetry, spiritual purification, and Qur’anic sciences.

Mohamed has previously given lectures on the biography of the Prophet Muhammed peace be upon him, Fundamentalism in Islam, Islam and science, the message of Islam, Jesus in the Qur’an, in addition to others. He has also taught an introductory course on Islamic Jurisprudence according to the Maliki School as well as an introductory course on Islamic Theology (‘Aqeedah).

In May 2015, Mohamed earned a PhD in neuroscience at the University of Victoria, where he studied synaptic plasticity in Huntington’s disease, as well as the effects and molecular mechanisms of stress on the brain in Fragile X syndrome. He hopes his research can eventually be used to develop new therapies can be used to assist individual with movement disorders or intellectual disabilities.

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