Subboor Ahmad argues with several audience members about biological evolution and the existence of God, suggesting that everything is designed by a creator.
This animated video by “Ask A Muslim” uses scientific ideas to suggest that humans must have been specifically created rather than coming about “by chance”.
Dr. Mohamed Abutaleb discusses differentiating between the spheres of science and religion in answer to a question about how Muslims might explain evolution.
This video from the Harun Yahya group suggests that biological evolution, which it presents as solely the ideas of Charles Darwin, has been overtaken by the ideas presented in the Atlas of Creation (2007).
This short video presents an Islamic conception of the creation of Adam and how it contrasts with the biological theory of evolution.
This vlog by Hollywood’s World Forum seeks to find validation of evolution without denying his faith in the Qurʾān.
This hour-long Harun Yahya video from the 1990s suggests that evolution has been disproven based on science.
Zaid Ghazzawi suggests that evolution can be disproven because the proteins “excreted” by a cell “know” to arrange themselves as a hand in human beings.
This video suggests that just like someone had to build a microwave, put popcorn in it, and start the process for making popcorn, so too did a Creator, here identified as Allah, need to make the universe and the beings in it.
A short, undated BBC news clip presents the bare bones of the furor over Usama Hasan, a scientist and an imam, who spoke about the possibility of reconciling human evolution with Islam.
This polemical Harun Yahya group video claims to disprove Darwinian (biological) evolution using reports of the discovery of a partial hominin skull.
This Harun Yahya group clip uses the example of a mosquito as “proof of creation” rather than evolution. The mosquito’s feeding process is described as “miraculous”, a form of iʿjāz.