Courses Taught at the Institute of Islamic Da’wa (later College of Da’awa):
First: Undergraduate Courses:
1- The Biography of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) for Freshman Year
2- Biographies of Modern Muslim Preachers and Learned men in the Field of Islamic Da’wa.-Senior year Da’wa. (Two terms)
3- Islamic History -From the period of the first Caliphates to the Abbasid Dynasty. Junior year dep. of Da’wa. (Two terms)
4-Modern Ideological Trends in the Muslim World. Senior Year, dep. of Da’awa. (Three terms)
5- Introduction to Islamic Systems (Political, Economy, Administration, and Educational) (Five terms)
6- Contemporary Islamic World- senior year Dept. of Da’wa. (One term)
7- English as a foreign Language, sophomore Year, Dep. of Da’wa. (One term)
Second: Graduate Courses:
1- The Biography of the Prophet (PBUH)) for the first year MA program in Da’wa, and first year in MA Program in Orientalism. (Two terms)
2- Introduction to Christian Missions and Orientalism-Pre-graduate M. A Program in Orientalism. (Once)
3- English as a Foreign Language for the Pre-Graduate MA Program in Orientalism. (Once)
Teaching at King Saud University
1- Islamic Political System(104)
2- Introduction to Islamic Culture (101)
3- Islamic Society in the First Hijra Century
4- Islamic and Western Methodology in the Study of History.
5- Prophet’s Biography.
1- Orientalists' Methodologies in the Study of Islamic Creed for Ph.d Students.
2- Modern Intellectual Trends in the Muslim World.
Committee to interview PhD programme students
1- Committee to devise an M.A programme in Contemporary Orientalism.
2- Committee of the students’ proposals for MA and Phd dissertations.
Member of the preparatory committee for the International conference on the “Quraan and the Orientalists” to be held by King Fahad Complex for the Printing of The Quraan 7-19 November 2006.
1- “From the Horizons of American Orientalism." by invitation from Al- Madina Literary Club. Rajab 7.1407H. (March 14, 1987.)
2- “Orientalism Up- date” invited by Eastern Province Literary Club, on Muharram 16, 1415, (June 13, 1995).
3- A lecture titled “A tour of some American universities and research centers” at the Faculty of Da’wa on Sha’ban 5, 1416. (December 27, 1995).
4- Introducing my new book: Orientalism and the Intellectual Aspects of Islamic History: Study of the works Bernard Lewis) at Al-Muntada in Al-Madina Sha’ban 8th, 1416) (December 30, 1995)
5- A lecture titled: “A dialogue with an Orientalist” invited by Al-Azhari Community Center on 19 Thulqi’dah 1416 (April 7, 1996)
6- A lecture at the invitation of Abha Literary Club titled: “Knowledge of the other: Social Phenomenon in the West.” on July 23, 1996(Rabie Awal 8, 1417)
7- Invited to give a lecture at King Abdul Aziz Secondary School: “Orientalism.” Rajab 29, 1417. (December 9, 1996)
8- Invited to give a lecture at Makkah Literary Club “Issues of Islamic Studies in the West.” Sha’ban 7, 1417. (December 17, 1996)
9- Invited to give a lecture at Al- Azhari Club in Al-Madina titled: Reflections on Scientific trips. Discussed the conferences on Arabic and Islamic Studies in the West: the objectives of these conferences and the goals they try to accomplish giving the example of some of the conferences I attended in the past two years. On 27 July, 1997.
10- Invited by Gizan Literary Club to give a lecture about Contemporary Western Scholarship of Modern Arabic Literature. On 10 November 1997.
11- Invited by Tabuk Literary Club to give a lecture on Western Conferences about the Islamic World. On 9 December, 1997.
12- Invited by Albaha Literary club to give a lecture titled: “Has Orientalism really ended?” 1 July ,1998.
13- Invited by Qassim Literary Club to lecture on Contemporary Orientalism and The Muslim Women. On October 20, 1997.
14- Invited by the Cultural Complex of Abu Dhabi to give a lecture tilted “ The Methodology of Bernard Lewis in his Studies of Islamic Political Though” on 26 April, 1998.
15- Invited by the Organization of the Islamic Union in Beirut to give a lecture to a group of Lebanese ladies on Orientalism and Muslin Women in March 2002.
16- I gave a lecture through the telephone to a group of the Saudi Student Club at Loughbrough University on How to Understand Orientalism in May 2003.
17- Gave two lectures through the Pal Talk rooms on Orientalism, June 2003.
18- By Invitation of King Faisal Centre for Research and Islamic Studies, I gave a lecture titled: “American Orientalism and the White House Hawks” on 26 May, 2004. The lecture is part of the Cultural events of the Center. And it will soon be published by the centre as part of their series Contemporary issues.
19- I gave a lecture after the death of Edward Said at a private club, and the title of the lecture was: “what comes after the Orientalism of Edward Said” 20 October, 2003 (24 Sha'ban 1424h).
20- I gave a lecture in the monthly academic activity of the Department of Islamic Studies titled: “Political Orientalism: Bernard Lewis as a pattern”. This was on 15 February, 2005 (6 Muharram 1426H)
21- Gave a lecture at the monthly meeting of the Faculty of Education titled: “ the Study of the West: the example of Al-Medina Centre for the Study of Orientalism”. On 10 May, 2005 (1 Rabie Althani 1426H)
22- Invited by Ibn Rushd Establishment of Sweden to participate in their programme (Peace in Islam) by giving three lectures on 9th. And 10Th. December 2006:
- Islam as seen By Western Eyes.
- Islam and the Other.
- Peace in Islam.
23- Invited by Department of Theology at Lund University to give a lecture on the study of Orientalism at Saudi Arabian University on 13th December, 2006.
24- Spoke to a group of Muslims in Leiden, the Netherlands in January 10,2007 about the European Muslim Identity.
25- Gave a lecture at Al-Muntada Al- Islami Mosque on the duties of the Muslim in Europe. This was in June 2007.