Tuesday, 22 March 2011

How Would The Prophet Deal With The British Muslim Community?

As well as positive things there are so many issues within the Muslim Community in the UK. These include:
  • people losing their Islam and their identities
  • the phenomena of "Non-Practising Muslims"
  • hatred and animosity between individuals, groups and ethnic communities within Muslims
  • disunity and lack of direction
  • youth problems and family issues
  • extremism and terrorism
  • materialism and liberalism
  • lack of respect and tolerance for divergent but valid views
  • lack of regard and respect for non-Muslims
  • lack of concern for fellow human beings and fellow Muslims
These are some of the issues listed but there are many more.

If the Prophet was to be amongst us how would he deal with this situation?
  • What would be his priorities?
  • How would he organise the community?
  • Where would he begin reforming the society from?
  • What type of people would he appoint as community leaders?
  • How would he structure the mosques and schools?
  • What would he advise individuals?
  • What would he advise families?
  • What would he advise Muslim groups and Islamic organisations?
These are no doubt very important and pertinent questions that many would like answers for.

Then this is your opportunity to find answers and to gain valuable insight in to the bigger question of "How Would The Prophet Deal With The British Muslim Community?" in the amazing forthcoming seminar:

MUHAMMAD pbuh - Example for The East & The West
Study of Seerah for Modern Society

Date: Saturday 26th March 2011       Time: 10AM - 6PM

This would be unlike any Seerah (life of the Prophet) seminar that you may have attended before. It is a unique first-of-its-kind seminar that looks at the life of the Prophet Muhammad from the perspective of the various roles he played in the society. Unlike most of the other Seerah seminars which go through the life of the Prophet in a chronological way (although beneficial) this seminar picks out the various roles of the Prophet and shows how they can be made directly relevant to our lives in this modern Western society. The roles discussed include:

* Muhammad - The Messenger & Caller
* Muhammad - The Teacher & Educator
* Muhammad - The Leader & Guide
* Muhammad - The Spouse & Parent
* Muhammad - The Companion & Friend
* Muhammad - The Liberator
* Muhammad - The Social Worker

Only 3 days to register and places are filling up fast.

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The course is taught by Shaykh Dr Mohammed Akram Nadwi from the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, Oxford University. He is a Hadith Scholar of the highest calibre specialising in the biographical history of narrators of Prophetic Traditions. So who better to teach to the Seerah of the Prophet than him!

These seminars are absolutely amazing MashaAllah and this is attested to by the countless number of testimonials from the attendees. People travel from all over the UK to attend these seminars including from far off cities such as Edinburgh, Bristol, Portsmouth, Birmingham, Bradford, Oxford & Manchester. Another 30% attend from London and 50% locals from Cambridge and surrounding cities.

"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

"I have been to two of the CISS courses and can say with certainty that they have been inspiring to the highest degree. Shaikh Akram's style of teaching ensures that you are connected from the start, not only in terms of the relevance of the knowledge he is sharing, but also through the openness of the sessions. He not only shares the important knowledge on the topic but also encourages the questioning of all that knowledge in order to make it relevant for us in today's world. These courses have helped me to reinvigorate and renew my passion for my faith and have encouraged me to continuously seek and apply the vast knowledge there is in Islam." - Rimla Akhtar, Chairperson, Muslim Women's Sport Foundation, London

More Testimonials at: http://courses.meoc.org.uk/p/testimonials.html

"If you only had a chance to attend one Seerah seminar in your life then this may be the one to attend InshaAllah"

Register at: http://courses.meoc.org.uk/p/register.html

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