Hamza Andreas Tzortzis is an international public speaker on Islam, a writer, lecturer and intellectual activist. He is particularly interested in Islam, politics, western and Islamic philosophy.
Hamza has debated prominent academics and intellectuals and delivers presentations across the world on various topics; ranging from ‘Does God Exist’, ‘Why Islam?’, ‘The Miracle of the Qur’an’, ‘Islam or Atheism?’ to ‘Can we live better lives without Religion’.
Hamza is a regular speaker at University campuses, and has also travelled the world extensively to deliver lectures, most notably in the USA, Malaysia, Canada and Lebanon. Hamza has authored a number of Islamic publications, including the popular website www.theinimitablequran.com as well as serialising number of articles on his popular blog.
He has also led major pieces of research including ‘non-Muslim perceptions of Islam and Muslims’ and ‘Embryology in the Qur’an’ through iERA. Hamza is one of the main initiators of the contemporary emergence of Muslim public debaters and speakers using western and Islamic philosophy to defend and explain Islam. Hamza is the Head of iERA Research and Lecturer for iERA.