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About Abdullah Al Andalusi

Abdullah Al Andalusi

Abdullah Al Andalusi

Abdullah al Andalusi is an International lecturer, thinker, speaker and debater on Islamic and Muslim issues.

Posts By Abdullah Al Andalusi

Muslims and the Secular Crusade

January 11, 2014 |

The Muslim world survived the Crusades of Christendom, but did it survive Secularism?


The Year is 1303, Arwad Island, the last Crusader outpost in the Levant (Al Sham) has fallen to the victorious forces of … Read More

Atheists and Secularists, and the ‘pandora’s box argument’

January 10, 2014 |

Atheists and Secularists argue that mixing religion with politics opens up the door (or pandora’s box) to the possibility of fanatics with insane interpretations of religion, taking power and oppressing and killing millions domestically or via foreign policy. … Read More

The Unexpected Revolution

December 12, 2013 |

A short-story of how Liberalism took over the West, and returned Intolerance


An allegorical tale of Western history since the renaissance, containing perhaps a warning from history for the rest of the world.


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The Remembrance Day Poppy: Opium for Masses

November 11, 2013 |

Nationalism is the religion of the modern secular world. People worship their country like religious people worship God. Nationalists ‘thank’ their country for ‘providing’ for them, ‘raising’ them, and ‘protecting’ them, and giving them a place to live … Read More

Tommy Robinson, leaves the EDL and joins another Anti-Islam[ist] Group

October 9, 2013 |

Lo and behold, Tommy Robinson, the leader of the ‘anti-Islamic’ English Defence League (EDL) has left the EDL (a fractured and difficult to control group) and joined the UK government funded ‘anti-extremist’ group, the ironically titled ‘Quilliam foundation’.

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Can Muslims Escape Cliches?

August 16, 2013 |

Can Muslims Escape Cliches?


I have been asked about what my thoughts were regarding a debate event happening in London entitled ‘Can Muslims escape Misogyny?’ organised by a Muslim organisation in London.


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