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"Arise and Give Warning!" - Surah Al-Muddaththir in the British Context

"You,  wrapped in your cloak, arise and give warning! Proclaim the greatness  of your Lord; cleanse yourself; keep away from all filth; do not be  overwhelmed and weaken; be steadfast in your Lord’s cause" [surah Al-Muddaththir 74:1-7]


  • How do we warn people?
  • What do we warn about?
  • Who do we warn?
  • Is it our duty to warn?
  • How do we handle the consequences?
  • Why are we uncomfortable to warn?
  • How is it applicable in the UK?



No doubt these are important questions that many of us would have in our minds about the command to warn people.

"We think that warning is harsh and unfashionable so we only give people the good news.  But we don't realise that warning is part of the good news. You strike  and alert people's minds with the warning (or bad news) so that they  would be eager to receive the good news. Good news alone without  warning has little effect. This can be seen in the Christian tradition  when the Privy Council decided that Hell fire is not an essential part  of Christian belief, opposing Jesus' teachings. Fear of God should be  dominant in people's minds and that is why Prophet Muhammad (SAW)  started his mission with warning. We will learn this in detail in Surah  Al-Muddaththir" - Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi

Coming up this Saturday in Cambridge (and Worldwide through live on-line  access), for the first time in the UK, a detailed explanation of Surah  Al-Muddaththir by Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi, one of the foremost  scholars and thinkers of the Western world today.

Please sign up today for this amazing groundbreaking explanation of Surah Al-Muddaththir....

Surah Al-Muddaththir - The Preparation for Public Duty
       The Magnificent Journey Seminar Series
By Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (Oxford)
       
Date: Saturday 20th April 2013   Time: 10AM - 6PM
       
Venue: Cambridge University and Live On-line Web Access
       
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Testimonials

"The Magnificent Journey continues... Today's  seminar was yet another awesome seminar in the series with exceptional  crowd and amazing insights from Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi. This is truly a  historic seminar series on the explanation of The Quran and is  redefining our understanding and relationship with the Book of Allah.  The emphasise of Dr Nadwi on establishing our connection with Allah and  utilising the space given to us for recognising one God, is the key  highlight of these seminars. Each seminar begins by strongly negating  the wrong practises which have been introduced in the true teachings of  worshipping one Allah and then builds on it by inviting us to ponder on  the sings of Allah and get closer to our Rabb. Truly inspiring series, I  would strongly recommend everybody including men, women and families to  attend the Magnificent Journey Seminars as these are life changing and  truly install this urge of loving the Book of Allah. The subtle nuances  of the language which make the Qur'an such a powerful speech are  beautifully explained by Dr Akram Nadwi in a nice balanced way keeping  the things simple and interesting at the same time. His tremendous  scholarships of Hadith literature and exceptional skills of Arabic  language make this series a unique experience and a historic event in  the city of Cambridge."- Awais Ahmed Awan, Cambridge

"Jazakumullahu khayran. I can't thank you  enough for the opportunity. I am so impressed by the Sheikh,  subhanallah, mashaAllah. A very rare example of tradition fused with  awareness of the environment and reality while not compromising God  consciousness. If only there were more like him. Questions, I'm so glad  we can ask them even if it's not about the sura. Yes, how else are we to  learn from his wisdom and experience if we don't ask? The issues facing  Muslims in the West are so many and so confusing and I just love the  fact that he does not have an inferiority complex about Islam. It's  really sad to see psychologically defeated scholars start throwing away  tradition in the name of progress and fitting in. Sheikh Akram Nadwi  gives you the sense that the real life is in the hereafter so don't have  to get so tied up with the philosophies and controversies that  sometimes take away our attention from the real purpose. The onus is on  us, are we being pious?" - Aisha Barkatulla, Cambridge

"How magnificent to have spent a weekend in the company of the Prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam and his companions, reading and studying their ahadeeth. I feel as though I was transported to their  times and have returned with renewed strength and resolve to continue the work we  need to do in the ‘Daar ud-Da’wah’ we live in. I am sitting here with Ijaazah in  hand feeling honoured that Allah allowed me to be a student of Sheikh Akram  Nadwi and through him find some connection with some of the great scholars of  our past. From his poignant scholarly anecdotes, to his emphatic  exhortations, punctuated with Urdu and Persian poetry; studying with the Sheikh is a  truly enriching experience. I’m actually learning a lot from him both about  rectifying myself and the most important focal points for that and rectifying some  of the causes of the downfall of our Ummah today. Without resorting to alienating any particular group or school of thought, the  Sheikh is not afraid to hold a mirror up to what needs changing in our  communities and in our times. I liked the balance of holistic spiritual principles and  finer technical details Sheikh also discussed and his lessons are suitable for serious students of knowledge and people who  are in the early stages of their journey. I look forward to future  courses. I found the crèche facility to be very useful. I would have found it very difficult to attend without it. The venue was great and respected the privacy of brothers and sisters. May Allah make knowledge a proof for us and not against us. Ameen" - Fatima Barkatullah, London (Testimonial on the Forty Hadith Course)


      "This course has really been far beyond my expectations  Sheikh Akram  has given me a new perspective on the topics covered, including a lot  of wisdom and bringing the topic away from the superficial discussions  to the core essential foundations that need to be understood by every  da'ee. It has completely change my perspective on the inner dimension of  a da'ee and the outer expectations of a da'ee. I have rarely seen  that depth of understanding when it comes to the dawah. May Allah bless  him, increase him in knowledge and wisdom and allow all the da'ees to  benefit from his wisdom and his understanding." - Steeve Brador, London


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    • By qabelatshams
      “WOMEN ARE COMPLICATED” 
      or so they say... 




      The number one most complicated matter in regards to women is the Fiqh of Women. 

      But it doesn’t have to be. 

      In a step towards empowering Muslim women and uncomplicating matters surrounding them, AlMaghrib Institute is introducing a well-deserved and long-awaited seminar dedicated to the Muslim Woman. 

      COMPLICATED? A-Z of Women’s Modern Fiqh 

      Taught by none other than AlMaghrib’s Vice President, 
      SHAYKH WALEED BASYOUNI 
      A SINGLE-WEEKEND-DEGREE SEMINAR 

      What the course content will cover: 
      1. Public speaking 
      2. Socialization and interaction with the community 
      3. Niqaab and Hijaab 
      4. Beautification and modesty (hayaa) 
      5. Character and etiquette 
      6. Menstruation and purification 
      7. Leading in Salaah and making the Adhaan 
      8. Following the Janazah and visiting the graves 
      9. Zakah and Sadaqah 
      10. Polygamy, marriage and divorce 
      11. And many more… 


      Why should a man take this class? 
      1. Content is related in the MODERN context 
      2. Key to understanding women and appreciating what they face 
      3. Handle Fiqh issues in an Islamic and wise way 
      4. Gain the complete view as a student of knowledge 

      Venue: 
      University of Westminster 
      Little Titchfield Street Campus 
      Little Titchfield Street 
      London W1W 7BY 

      Dates: 
      January 31st, February 1st & 2nd 2014 

      ENROLL NOW: www.almaghrib.org/london 

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    • By qabelatshams
      “An hour for my Lord, and an hour for my desires,”
      I used to hear them say.  And so my world is divided Between a life of amusement And a life of religiosity But what if I can consolidate the two 
      and finally make it feel right?
       
      AsalaamuAlaikum, Almaghrib London presents to you a single weekend seminar by Sh Saad Tasleem! Learn the wisdom and rulings in an interactive way on topics such as drugs, smoking, friends, holidays and much more. A perfect course for our youth, teachers, youth workers, reverts and basically anyone who really wants to know how to live a balanced way of life.
       
      Check out the video!>>> 
       
      Fiqh of Chillin’Fun & Entertainment in Islam
       
      Enrolment Link & Website: www.almaghrib.org/london 
      To find us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/almaghriblondon
      To follow us on twitter: twitter.com/qshams 
      Youtube trailer: 
    • By MEOC
      Are You A Parent?
      The "Ultimate Parenting Course" is Coming to Town

      Surah Yusuf is an amazing surah that deals with the HUMAN CONSCIENCE in the form of a story. One aspect of this story is the relationship between the child and the parent. On this point Shaykh Mohammad Akram Nadwi comments as follows:

      "The unifying concern of this surah is human conscience – how it is informed, how it is trained and tested, how it is supported and rewarded. This concern is not presented as an argument or doctrine but as a story. We need to reflect on the central concern of the surah and also on why the form of a story works so well to convey it...

      Conscience is located in the deep interior of a person; it is separate and removed (in some ways, protected) from the external world and from the habits of other people. The unfolding of the story in this surah is a demonstration that the integrity of a person’s conscience is sustained by their commitment to connection with God. The attitude and behaviour of Ya’qub and Yusuf, ‘alayhimaas-salam, throughout the intricately woven incidents, demonstrate that these two men are, at all times, aware of being in the presence of God and answerable to Him. The feeling never leaves them that God is present and God is good: when there is not the least sign of things turning out well for them, they seem able to wait with a gracious patience for things to turn out well. At no point do either of them neglect to think, speak and act in the best way, i.e. in the way most pleasing to God.

      Conscience is a personal teacher. What it teaches is sometimes also taught by social convention and religious rules, and laws derived from these. But in the end, norms and conventions, the rules and laws in society, are not sufficient to deter people from doing wrong – if they see other people do something wrong and get away with it, they think: why shouldn’t I do the same? Only a strong, healthy conscience can prevent people from following the habits and manners of the people around them and, instead, doing what pleases God and doing it in the way that pleases God." - Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi

      There are many different courses, books and lectures on parenting and raising children by both Muslims as well as Non-Muslims. This informs us that there is a real issue with raising good children as well as "raising" good parents. But the irony is that these materials and courses often times deal with issues in very superficial ways focusing on techniques, methods, skills, philosophies and ideas. Far from being helpful these are sometimes harmful to both the child and the parent. What is beneficial is beneficial only in a very limited context. The simple reason for this is that they do not really deal with the human conscience which makes the moral judgements and not to mention the fact that the authors themselves have no strong and healthy conscience.

       
      The "Ultimate Parenting Course" is the one that makes the concern of the HUMAN CONSCIENCE central and most important - this is none other than Surah Yusuf - The Best of Stories. If you want to be a good parent and if you want your children to be good children then having a deep understanding of Surah Yusuf is a must for you. This is an opportunity for the whole family with crèche facilities for younger children (2-12 years). You cannot afford to miss this lifetime opportunity.
      Book your place now as the registrations are nearing an end.
       
      Surah Yusuf - The Best of Stories at The Best of Times

      Ramadhan Weekend London & Online Seminar

      By Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (Oxford)

      Date: Weekend 27-28 July 2013 | Time: 9.30AM - 6.30PM

      Venue: Edmonton Islamic Centre London + Live Online Worldwide

      Overnight accommodation (for men and women) if required and crèche facilities available.

      Limited seats - previous London seminar attracted over 200 people.
      Trailer: http://youtu.be/XfdVitz4qys (2 minutes)
      Video Introduction: http://youtu.be/-PAawIenGUQ (5 minutes)

      Make This Your Ramadhan Retreat

      Buy your tickets now: http://courses.meoc.org.uk

      Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/<wbr>events/310119099121919
       
      Please forward and share in the reward!

      Cambridge Islamic Sciences Seminars - London

      Muslim Education & Outreach Cambridge (MEOC)

      Tel: 07736 779448 / 01223 655223 Email: courses[at]meoc.org.uk



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