Sunday, 20 March 2011

How Would The Prophet Engage With The British Public?

Should we isolate ourselves into a bubble or fully integrate with the British society? Or is there a third alternative?

How can we get the British public to understand Islam and Muslims? Is it
  • through talks and lectures
  • through debate
  • through interfaith dialogue
  • through spirituality
  • through politics
  • through example and good behaviour
  • through community cohesion projects
  • through engagement in common charitable causes
  • through exhibitions and mosque open days
  • through publications and websites
  • through mass media
  • through inviting them for biryani :-)
  • or through a combinations of the above?
What would the Prophet choose if he were living amongst us?

This is your opportunity to find answers and to gain valuable insight in to the bigger question of "How Would The Prophet Engage With The British Public?" 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 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 a few days to go and places are filling up fast.

Register at:

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


Course Features & Facilities Include:
* Structured yet very interactive format
* Central Cambridge University Location - easy public transport access
* Free whole day on-site car parking
* Free 2 nights accommodation at the mosque (for those travelling)
* Full day on-site crèche/childcare facilities
* Outline course notes
* Lunch and free refreshments arranged
* On-site prayer facilities for both brothers and sisters
* Special price for online booking
* More special price for group booking of 5 people
* Scholarships for those who cannot afford to pay the full course fee

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