Thursday 7 April 2011

Discover The Hidden Legacy of Islam


History of Female Scholarship in Islam and The Role of Muslim Women in The Society

Discover the hidden legacy of the female scholars of Islam and the role of Muslim women in the society throughout the history in this amazing one-day seminar. It is based on the ground-breaking research with revolutionary findings of Shaykh Dr Mohammed Akram Nadwi on this generally unknown and unexplored area. This seminar is for both men and women and it will definitely help restore balance and understanding between each other in line with the Prophet Muhammad's statement "Women are The Twin Halves of Men".

Instructor: Dr Mohammed Akram Nadwi (Oxford University)

Date: Saturday 30 April 2011     Time: 9:30AM - 6:00PM

Venue: Cambridge University - Lady Mitchell Hall 

>>>>> Registrations Now Open - Click Here <<<<<

"I have been fortunate enough to attend some of the classes given by Shaykh Mohammed Akram Nadwi in Oxford, Cambridge and London, and I would certainly recommend them to anyone seeking to increase their understanding of the sciences of Islam. Masha'Allah, Shaykh Akram's knowledge is both broad and deep, his training is traditional, his presentation is lively and relevant to our lives today, and one feels that his intention is truly to raise the level of every Muslim. His work on the women scholars of Islam is timely and inspirational, revealing the little-known fact that many thousands of women scholars were involved in developing and maintaining the tradition of scholarship in Islam. This was the case right from the earliest community in Madina until only about 200 years ago. Shaykh Akram makes sure that his knowledge is accessible to all seekers, regardless of gender, in the most correct and generous way, and his courses thus contribute to restoring a balance and harmony. May Allah bless him and preserve him. The courses planned for Cambridge are an opportunity not to be missed!" - Aziza Spiker, Cambridge

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