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ICIT Dig­i­tal Library inter­views Imam Achmad Cassiem

Web­mas­ter Note: I changed the name of this story.

It’s not a Man­dela Effect

Imam Achmad Cassiem is the National Chair­per­son of the Islamic Unity Con­ven­tion (South Africa). At aged 15 he joined the armed strug­gle against the oppres­sive apartheid regime in South Africa and at the age of 17 he was one of the youngest peo­ple to be impris­oned on Robben Island. Imam Achmad Cassiem is also an advi­sor to the Islamic Human Rights Com­mis­sion. 02-​24-​2010 https://​www​.icit​-dig​i​tal​.org/​p​e​o​p​l​e​/​a​c​h​m​a​d​-​c​a​s​s​i​e​m The Insti­tute of Con­tem­po­rary Islamic Thought (ICIT) is an inter­na­tional intel­lec­tual cen­tre of the global Islamic movement.

Video Inter­view follows

The Insti­tute of Con­tem­po­rary Islamic Thought (ICIT) con­sists of indi­vid­ual activists, jour­nal­ists and aca­d­e­mics from around the world who share a com­mon com­mit­ment to devel­op­ing the social and polit­i­cal ide­ol­ogy of Islam, and pro­mot­ing their ideas and analy­sis as an alter­na­tive world­view to that of the west­ern civ­i­liza­tion. ICIT was estab­lished in 1998 to con­tinue the work ini­ti­ated by the late Dr. Kalim Sid­diqui (19311996), who was Direc­tor of the Mus­lim Insti­tute in Lon­don. Fol­low­ing his death, Dr Kalim Siddiqui’s clos­est asso­ciates advanced the work of ICIT. These include Zafar Ban­gash of Toronto, Canada, who is now Direc­tor of the ICIT, Imam Muham­mad al-​Asi and Imam Abdul Alim Musa of Wash­ing­ton DC, and Iqbal Sid­diqui of Lon­don, now the edi­tor of the Cres­cent Inter­na­tional news mag­a­zine. The ICIT also has affil­i­ates all over the world. These include orga­ni­za­tions and con­tacts in Canada, the US, South Africa, Pak­istan, India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Aus­tralia, and numer­ous other coun­tries. Many of these are con­tacts who have been work­ing with the Mus­lim Insti­tute for over two decades. ICIT activ­i­ties can be divided into the fol­low­ing six cat­e­gories: Media; Inter­net; Pub­lish­ing; Con­fer­ences and Sem­i­nars; Teach­ing and Lec­ture Courses; and Research.

Web­mas­ters notes:

I remem­ber being very con­fused about the rec­on­cila­tion pol­icy in South Africa and even more con­fused with what was hap­pen­ing with Wen­nie at the time. I remem­ber think­ing “I was just out of the loop.” Maybe I wasn’t!

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