iOS app Android app

Karem Issa
Karem Issa is a British-Egyptian interfaith activist and Interfaith Youth Core alumnus currently working with Temwa on community development projects in remote areas of Malawi. A former Faiths Act Fellow in the U.K., he worked on interfaith cooperation in Blackburn, based at Blackburn Cathedral. He has presented lectures and workshops on interfaith cooperation and international development issues in a number of countries including the UK, USA, Bosnia and Herzegovina, UAE and India, often using case studies of interfaith cooperation from around the world. He sits on the Muslim Council of Britain’s Interfaith Relations Committee.

Blog Entries by Karem Issa

'One Hand' Against Intolerance

(3) Comments | Posted September 20, 2012 | 4:06 PM

The film is insulting and intentionally provocative. Muslims across the world are justified in their anger. But any resultant violence against innocents is completely unjustified. Just as the source of the anger is a misrepresentation of Islam and of the message of the Prophet Muhammad, so too are some of...

Read Post