Firmly rooted in Islam, Fethullah Gulen’s teachings are an antidote to terrorism and extremism

Imam Muhammad Nisar ul Haq did his PHD in Islamic Theology and world Religions from International Islamic University Islamabad Pakistan. He has been a Faculty member in Islamic Theology and world Religions in the same University for about ten years.

For the last 20 years worked in USA as Imam, Teacher, Public speaker and an interfaith activist. Currently he is the Imam at Anniston Islamic Center and on the Board of Iqra Math & Science Academy, the first full time Boarding Islamic School in the State of Alabama.

He is also on the advisory Board of Interfaith Ministry of Calhoun County and contributes regularly in Anniston Star, the daily newspaper of Anniston Alabama.

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