iERA Easter Jesus Exhibition In London

Saqib Ali
The weekend before Easter, iERA returned to Friends House in Central London, with their successful Jesus Exhibition. Friends House was a fantastic location for our exhibition during the Christmas period — located opposite Euston station and surrounded by several office blocks and universities. The exhibition attracted a diverse range of people some amazing engagements and […]

iERA & The Westminster Attacker, Khalid Masood: The Times’ Smearing and Inaccurate Reporting.

Muhammad: Mercy To Mankind Campaign

Saqib Ali
In preparation for Ramadan 2018, iERA are humbled to announce the launch of their newest global campaign — Muhammad: Mercy To Mankind. The whole campaign revolves around exemplifying the mercy of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) to those who are not already familiar with him or his teachings. To show this, we produced […]

iERA & The Westminster Attacker, Khalid Masood: The Times’ Smearing and Inaccurate Reporting.

Divine Commands: Meta-ethics and Moral Epistemology in the Islamic Tradition

Saqib Ali
The Islamic Medical Society of University of Birmingham invited Hamza Andreas Tzortzis to deliver a lecture on medical ethics in Islam. The lecture was entitled “Divine Commands: Meta-ethics and Moral Epistemology in the Islamic Tradition”. The lecture was held on 12 March 2018 and the room was filled with medical students and people from the […]

iERA & The Westminster Attacker, Khalid Masood: The Times’ Smearing and Inaccurate Reporting.

TOP 6 common mistakes of a Daee (Caller)

Saqib Ali
At iERA, one of our main objectives is developing duaat — individuals who convey the call to Islam in a peaceful and compassionate manner. In this post, iERA Outreach Specialist Nadeem Ashraf gives the ‘low-down’ of the typical mistakes that either he’s come across in his personal experience as a da’ee or in others when they […]

iERA & The Westminster Attacker, Khalid Masood: The Times’ Smearing and Inaccurate Reporting.