Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Rachid Benzine is an Islamic Scholar who has taught at the Institute for Political Studies in Aix-en-Provence, as part of the Master's degree in "Religions and Society" and has been an associate researcher at the religious observatory. Rachid Benzine is co-director of the Islam collection of lights at Albin Michel. A prolific writer, he strives to think of an Islam in tune with our times and is also involved in the Islamic-Christian dialogue. He is the author of Letter to Nour and cowrote A Thousand Ways of Being Jewish and Muslim with Delphine Horvilleur.