İbrahim Dellal is a leading Muslim figure and key person in Muslim history in post-WWII Australia. Born in Cyprus in 1932, İbrahim established or helped establish many religious, educational, and cultural organizations, holding major roles in each since he moved to Australia in 1950. İbrahim continues his community work from his office which is located on the Işık College Girls' Campus. He is there six days a week, volunteering not only as the honorary president of the Selimiye Foundation, but also devoting much time and energy to educational, cultural, spiritual, and interfaith activities.
This book is a biographical work on the fascinating life of a person who devoted himself to community service and interfaith dialogue.
Dr. Salih Yucel is a lecturer in the Centre for Studies in Religion and Theology at Monash University, Australia. His current research is about "Memories of early Muslim immigrants in Australia." He is also a consultant to Australian Intercultural Society and working on a research about how dialogue can be promoted between Muslims and non-Muslims.
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|Basım Yılı:||Yok 2011|
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