Controversy over the Covid 19 Vaccines – The Islamic Stance

The scramble to develop a COVID-19 vaccine is pitting pharmaceutical companies and teams of researchers against one another.
Out of more than 155 COVID-19 vaccines being developed, none have indicated whether it will be halal-certified. Given the urgent need and importance of releasing a vaccine that will be life saving as soon as possible, it is essential that we are making informed choices. Join our exclusive panel of expert Muslim scholars, scientists and bioethicists to understand what the Islamic stance should be on this pressing issue.

Sunday, 13th December 2020
04:30 PM – 06:00 PM LONDON
11:30 AM –  01:00 PM NEW YORK
06:30 PM –  08:00 PM CAPETOWN


Attend for FREE


Dr Rafaqat Rashid

(Academic Director, Al Balagh Academy)

Dr.aasim padela

Shaykh Abu Eesa Niamatullah

(Vice-Chair of the Al-Qalam Sharī‘ah Panel, UK)

Dr Muhammad Munir Virologist, Lancaster University, UK

Mufti Amjad Mohammed

(Principal Jurisconsult and Chair of Wifaqul Ulamā Dār al-Iftā)

Dr.aasim padela

Dr Aasim Padela

(Director of Medicine and Religion program, UChicago Medicine, USA)

Dr Muhammad Munir Virologist, Lancaster University, UK

Dr Muhammad Munir

(Lecturer in Biomedicine with expertise in COVID-19, Lancaster University, UK)

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