“Loss of literature is the great calamity and catastrophe of Muslims in the 20th and 21st century of their faith tradition. Islam is universal which allows dialogue and debate to make the things contextual and conducive to human being. Diversity and plurality make the Islam great. His further added that many cleric are providing fatwa from their superficial structural thinking instead of profound study from different perspective” said Professor Ebrahim Moosa, Ph.D at a Public Lecture on “Reconsidering the Ethical in Contemporary Islamic Thought” which was organized by Centre for Peace and Justice (CPJ) of Brac University (BracU) on Wednesday, 01 January 2020 at the Brac University auditorium. Dr. Samia Huq Ph.D. Research Fellow of CPJ moderated the session and drew the concluding remarks. Ms. Aisha Binte Rob, Research associate, CPJ, introduced the guest and facilitated the event.