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Al-Muhaddithaat - The Women Scholars in Islam
Plus Extended QnA Session

Sunday at 4pm - Cambridge and Live Online Worldwide

This is a rare opportunity to have a glimpse of the often neglected legacy of female scholarship in Islam. Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi will be giving talk at the Cambridge Masjid I'tikaf Programme on this topic at 4pm on Sunday.

Shaykh Akram Nadwi completed a monumental 57-volume work on the lives of female scholars of Hadith in Islamic History. He has covered over 8500 female scholars from the time of the Prophet (SAW) until today. This is one of Shaykh Akram's passionate subjects and it will be a priviledge to listen to him.

Everyone is welcome to attend (free of charge) either in person at the Cambridge Masjid or Live Online via Livestream.

Al-Muhaddithaat - The Women Scholars in Islam

Abu Bakr Cambridge Masjid, Mawson Road, Cambridge CB1 2DZ

Sunday 4th August | 4pm - 5.30pm

Open for both men and women

Live Online Access of Lesson and Talks


The rest of the lessons throughout the last 10 days of Ramadhan including Sunday is as follows:

1. Morning Lessons - 10.30AM - 12.30PM (British Summer Time)

Amazing tafsir and reflections on the Qur'an based on Surah Al-An'am. Shaykh Akram Nadwi's has a unique style of explaining the Qur'an where he bring out the subtleties and the connections to demonstrate the depth, consistency and the coherence of the Qur'an.
2. Afternoon Lessons - 2.30PM - 4.30PM

Explanation of rare wisdom and reflections of Imam Ibn Al-Jawzi based on his book Seyed Al-Khatir on psychology, self-criticism and self-rectification. The second part of this session is the study of the noble and pious people of the past to learn from their example and piety. The stories are extracted from Siyar a`lam al-nubala' (The Lives of Noble Figures) of Imam Al-Dhahabi.

"Shaykh Mohammad Akram Nadwi is a great asset to the Muslims in the UK and his 57 volume work on al-Muhaddithaat (The Women Scholars of Islam) is no doubt going to be a lasting legacy of this great man. I had the blessed opportunity of spending a day with him recently; he is one of those few individuals who in a short period of time can change your entire thinking. May Allah bless the brothers and sisters in Cambridge and those in Oxford who organise and help the Shaykh in his works." - Nasar Ishfaq, Manchester

Please forward and share in the reward!

Cambridge Islamic Sciences Seminars

Muslim Education & Outreach Cambridge (MEOC)

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

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