Sunday 20 March 2011

How Would The Prophet Relate To The Children & Youth Of Britain Today?

Adults face a major challenge in relating to the children and the youth - particularly in the modern Western world - whether they be their own children or otherwise. This situation is creating a backlash resulting in a constant friction between the young and the old; the parent and the child. This obviously is very detrimental to individuals, family and the society. So wouldn't it be fantastic to have the perfect model of the parent-child and elder-youth relationship that works 100% of the time? Then this is your opportunity to know How The Prophet Would Relate To The Children & Youth Of  Britain Today 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

Teacher: Shaykh Dr Mohammed Akram Nadwi, the Hadith scholar and leading Islamic intellectual in Western Europe from the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, Oxford University.


A major part of the seminar is dedicated to exploring the role of Prophet Muhammad as a parent, educator, friend and companion.

“The Messenger of God is an excellent model for those of you who put your hope in God and the Last Day and remember Him often.” [Qur'an 33:21]

This 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

"I found the Usul-ul-Hadith course by Shaykh Akram Nadwi to be very inspirational and beneficial. The course was very well structured, excellently delivered, and very easy for the student to absorb. I found Shaykh Akram to be a fountain of knowledge, and I found myself wanting the course to keep on going come evening time. The course was very well organised, prompt start, good arrangements for lunch, refreshments and prayer. I would recommend those who missed out on this first course to not make the same mistake twice and register for his coming talks as soon as they can InshaAllah." - Hammad Parwaiz, Medical Student, Cambridge University

More Testimonials:

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


Only a few days to go and places are filling up fast. So sign up without delay.

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