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Dr Zubair Chaudhry

Resilience in Muslims, despite Islamophobia

By Dr Zubair Chaudhry
“Resilience is a wonderful thing. Allah has created it in our nature, so that when we’ve had a trial, tribulation or tragedy, we can endure it with patient perseverance and come out stronger for that experience…”

Tackling negativity and nihilism in youth

By Dr Zubair Chaudhry
Many young people, including young Muslims today, are affected by a sense of hopelessness, despair, depression about their lives. This is a serious mental and emotional condition that needs to be remedied. Dr Zubair draws on the Quran and Sunnah to advise us on how to deal with nihilism. Faith, Gratitude to Allah, Modesty and a sense of Shame is the remedy. Dr Zubair Chaudhry is a Clinical Psychiatrist who delivers regular speeches at the Jamia Mosque and Islamic Centre, Slough, Berkshire, UK

Advice to young people

By Dr Zubair Chaudhry

Another thought-provoking talk by Dr Zubair Chaudhry, a Psychiatrist who has worked for many years in the UK’s National Health Service (NHS). His lecture series,”Islamic Insights,” at the Jamia Mosque and Islamic Centre in Stoke Poges Lane, Slough, UK, is recorded on YouTube and will be available on our website as well as on the JMIC YouTube channel:

Destructive effects of social media and gaming addiction

By Dr Zubair Chaudhry
This is a timely warning from a professional Psychiatrist. He takes us on an imaginary journey through Cyberspace, to visit the real dangers faced by millions of internet users around the world. He warns that unless we use the internet wisely, we risk being drawn into its ‘darker side’ that undermines our spiritual and moral well-being. We risk losing our very humanity…