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Fiqh of Love - Marriage and Family in Islam

For the first time in Birmingham (and worldwide live online) ....

An amazing seminar on love, marriage, intimacy, family and children in Islam by  one of the foremost scholars and thinkers of the Western world today.

“And of His signs is that He created for you from yourselves mates  that you may find tranquillity in them; and He placed between you  affection and mercy. Indeed in that are signs for a people who give  thought.” - The Qur’an
 "They are Your Garments and You are Their Garments" - The Qur'an
 "Marriage is Half of Your Religion..." - Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
  “Marriage is my Sunnah. He who shuns my Sunnah is not of me” - Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

Marriage & Family in Islam
   Guidance for Healthy Partnership & Happy Family
By Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (Oxford)

Venue: Muath Trust, Bordesley Centre, Birmingham

 Date: Saturday 13th April 2013  Time: 9:30AM - 6:00PM

Registration: http://courses.meoc.org.uk

Early Bird Discount: 40% Student Discount and 20% General Discount
 Topics covered include:

• Understanding the aims and benefits of marriage
 • How to find a suitable partner?
 • How to get married?
 • The marriage contract
 • The marriage ceremony
   • What is love and how to develop it?
 • Rights and responsibilities of spouses
 • Resolving differences and disputes
 • Managing expectations
 • Relations with extended family
 • Caring for each other
   • Caring for children
 • The best examples to follow
 • What if things don’t work out?
 • Question & Answers
 "Jazak'Allah khair for a fabulous seminar. I truly enjoyed it and it  was very much worth the trek from London to Cambridge" - Antti  Kangaslahti, London
 "The Fiqh of Love was the most amazing  Islamic seminar I have ever attended. I have told all my friends and  family about Sheikh Nadwi and his inspiring talk. All in all, I want to  say that everything was brilliant. The food arrangements, prayer  arrangements, book stall...everything. Thank you so much for making it a  possibility" - Anosha Saleem, LLM Student, Cambridge University

  "The sheikh explained with such elegant simplicity the duties and  rights of wife and husband, and even of children.  The fact that he  stressed the Islamic responsibilities helped cast away many of the  cultural shackles that often imprison Muslims in less than pleasant  marriages.  If everyone took this course before they got married, they  would truly appreciate their spouses all the greater, and they would be  better Muslims for doing so, raising stronger families.  This would then  reflect itself in the state of our Ummah.  I also enjoyed the wisdom  with which he regarded divorce.  A solution provided by Allah, so that  no one becomes an oppressor....MashaAllah, beautiful!" - Sarah Elgazzar,  Cambridge
 "The course was simply amazing, it was a lot of  information to take in but was definitely worthwhile. As for Dr Mohammed  Akram Nadwi, words cannot serve justice for explaining how humble yet  knowledgeable he is. Alhamdulillah I went with my whole family and  intend to attend all of his future courses InshaAllah" - Rahee Ahmed,  Law Student, Kent University
 "The sincerity and piety of  sheikh Akram Nadawi was a great source of inspiration for me. His great  knowledge was beautifully expressed masha' Allah in a very simple way  that touches everyone in the audience regardless of their marital  status. I came along with a friend who is a new Muslim not intending to  attend all sessions, but we ended up there all day. The emphasis on the  importance of the family, how simple are Islamic rules, the distinction  between our cultural heritage and the true message of Islam and his  openness to answer all audience questions, in my opinion were the  reasons behind the great success of the session yesterday. It was a  great honour for me to attend yesterday's session and I thank Allah for  giving me the unique chance to attend a session by a great a scholar to  guide me through out my marriage-life." - Mona ElQazzaz, PhD Student,  Cambridge University
 This is an unmissable seminar for those  married and those yet to get married - both old and young (including  teenagers). Limited places available. Book your place today.
Cambridge Islamic Sciences Seminars - Birmingham
 Muslim Education & Outreach Cambridge (MEOC)

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Salam alaykum,


Mashallah it is very good to make such seminars in Western countries by Islamic scholars. But this must be announced widely around the city.

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