Muhammad Imran Khan
Imran completed his BA in International Relations at the University of Leeds, and his MA in Islamic Theology at Leiden University, The Netherlands, Cum Laude. He has also studied in Syria and in Pakistan.
Drafter-editor, 130 Imams Refuse to Pray Funeral Prayers for Suicide attackers, Document, Muslim Council of Britain
Review of Princeton Readings in Religion and Violence, Mark Juergensmeyer and Margo Kitts (eds.), “Politics, Religion and Ideology” (Nov 2013)
Review of Islam and the Secular State: Negotiating the Future of Shari’a, by Abdullahi A. An-Na’im, “Politics, Religion and Ideology” (July 2012)
Article on A Critical Assessment of Education by Applying Habermas, “Roundhouse: A Journal of Critical Theory and Practice”, Autumn, 2009