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Ihsaan Courses Presents

 

3 Month Structured Arabic Language and Qur'aan Tajweed Courses taught by highly experienced teachers.

 

Ihsaan Courses is a non-profit organisation dedicated to teaching you the Authentic Qur’aan and Sunnah.

 

We are now offering the following courses:

 

Arabic Language Course - Bayna Yadayk book 1 (Level 1) Also for sisters.

Tajweed Recitation Course – Al-Tuhfah al-Atfal (Level 1)

 

With our highly qualified and recognized Teachers:

 

Ustaadh Abu Hasnayn Murtaza Khan

Ustaadh Abu Abdillah Yunus bin Mahmood

Ustaadh Abu Hudhayfah

Sheikh Ahmad As-Somali

 

Please visit our courses page for more details including fees.

 

Enrol NOW!

 

For more details regarding timings or payment options please contact Bilal on 07507441059 or email: ihsaancourses[at]live.com

 

Sisters course Registration dates: 3-4 November 2012 at our venue .

 

For more details regarding timings or payment options re: sisters’ courses please contact Umm Khadeejah at 07958 268341 (Strictly SISTERS only)

 

Venue: 313-319 Katherine Road, Forest Gate, London, E7 8PJ

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