Interfaith Survey: Covenants of the Prophet of Islam

Griffith University, QueenslandAn Interfaith research project at Griffith University, Queensland, seeks participants to examine the Covenants of the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad, to give response to a series of questions about the Covenants, Islam and interreligious relations.


Invitation to participate in an Interfaith Project:
Survey on the Covenants of the Prophet of Islam

Several academics are working at Griffith University (Brisbane) and Hamad Bin Khalifa University (Doha) on a study concerning historic documents known as the Covenants of the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad.

The study has been granted ethics approval from Griffith University (Ethics Approval ID 2022/011) .

Interfaith dialogue participants – and those who organise interfaith events – are invited to participate in the study. Your assistance is sought – Participants of all faith backgrounds are invited to participate. Participants should use this link to access and complete the survey.

Following some preliminary demographic questions, the survey asks participants to read a translation of a Covenant and then to either read a journal article and/or watch a video presentation about the Covenants. This will be followed by a series of questions about the Covenants, Islam and interreligious relations.

It should take about 60-70 minutes to complete the survey, including time to review the information provided (Covenant translation, journal article or video).

Please note that the survey does not have to be completed in one sitting. Participants can use the ‘Resume later’ button at the bottom of the screen to return to the survey and compete it at a later time. To do so, an email address and a password will be required but will not be recorded to ensure your anonymity. Again, here is the link to the survey. Please feel free to contact a.duderija@griffith.edu.au or the project lead, h.rane@griffith.edu.au or on +61 422349785 if you have any questions about the study

A note on privacy
This survey is anonymous.
The record of your survey responses does not contain any identifying information about you, unless a specific survey question explicitly asked for it. If you used an identifying token to access this survey, please rest assured that this token will not be stored together with your responses. It is managed in a separate database and will only be updated to indicate whether you did (or did not) complete this survey. There is no way of matching identification tokens with survey responses.

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