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Sand dunes are an irregular arrangement of hills formed from windblown sand blown off exposed sandy beaches. The formation of sand dunes is not continuous and many were formed thousands of years ago - with sand dune systems being of great importance to biodiversity and many are conserved.


This January, join likeMEDIA.tv and Shaykh Omar Suleiman (USA) in our own set of sand dunes - a collection of reminders based on the teachings of Islam founded 1400 years ago. Travelling across England, Shaykh Omar will be visiting the UK for the first time to speak to university students on how the Islamic tradition can help form their approach to life's problems.


Tues 24th - Hertfordshire University

Holding Hot Coals - 5pm


Weds 25th - Wolverhampton University

Art of Forgiveness - 1pm


Weds 25th - Sheffield Hallam University

Laws of Love - 6pm


Thurs 26th - Kingston University

Aspiring for Excellence - 5pm


Friday 27th - Birmingham University

Role Models - 5pm


Shaykh Omar Suleiman Bio - Shaykh Omar Suleiman is the Imam of Masjid Abu Bakr As-Siddiqe in New Orleans, LA and a member of the ICNA Shariah Council. Since 2008, hes been an instructor with the Sharia Academy of America through which he conducts online University courses and intensive weekend seminars in the areas of Aqeedah, Fiqh, Dawah, and Hadeeth. He also teaches courses with the Islamic Learning Foundation in Tafseer and Seerah. He remains very heavily involved in community work and charity in his capacity as outreach director of ICNA Relief in Louisiana.


Born and raised in the United States, he has a Bachelors degree in Islamic Studies along with a Bachelors degree in Accounting accompanied by a wide array of certifications in various Islamic Disciplines with emphasis on Tafseer, Jurisprudence (Fiqh), and Dawah. He is currently pursuing a Masters degree with emphasis on the “Fiqh of Minorities.â€

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