Saturday, 31 August 2013

3 Amazing Seminars in September

Three amazing seminars are coming up in September, InshaAllah. Please sign up without delay.

Cambridge Islamic Sciences Seminars London Presents
The Journey of Hajj
In The Footsteps of Ibrahim (AS)

By Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (Oxford)

Date: Saturday 7th September 2013

Time: 9.45AM - 6.00PM  Coffee & Registration: 9:30AM

Venue: Masjid An-Noor, SLMCC Hall, 2 Whitefriars Avenue, Harrow HA3 5RN

Online Access: Live + Recorded Worldwide

Parking: Free whole-day on-street parking available

One day seminar on Hajj and the Legacy of Ibrahim (AS) by one of the foremosts scholars and thinkers of the Western World today.

Registration: www.MyBestHajj.com

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2. Cambridge Islamic Sciences Seminars Manchester Presents
Forty Hadith of Imam An-Nawawi in The North
Understanding The Essence of Islam
Including Ijaza linking to the Prophet (SAW) 

By Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (Oxford)

The Forty Hadith of Imam Nawawi is a classical and timeless collection of the most important traditions of the Prophet (SAW) giving the essence of Eeman and Islam. It has always been considered an essential text for every student of knowledge as the understanding of these ahadith is fundamental to the belief and practice of a Muslim. This special weekend seminar on the Forty Hadith provides a unique and unmissable opportunity to study this important collection in the ideal, traditional way - with the guidance of an extraordinary teacher, true scholar and Muhaddith (an expert of Hadith) of our time, who has devoted many years to the study and research of hadith. Every student will receive a signed certificate and Ijazah from Shaykh Akram for the Forty Hadith and hadith musalsal bil-awwaliyyah linking them to the Prophet (SAW).

Date: Weekend, 14th & 15th September 2013    Time: 9:30am - 7:00pm

Venue: Manchester (exact venue to be confirmed)

Online: Live + Recorded Access Worldwide

Parking: Free/affordable whole-day parking available

Registration: www.FortyHadithNawawi.com

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3. Cambridge Islamic Sciences Seminars Presents
Overview of Juz' Amma + Tafsir Surah An-Nazi'at
The Magnificent Journey Juz' Amma Series

By Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (Oxford)

Date: Saturday 21st September 2013   Time: 9:45AM - 6:00PM

Venue:  Lady Mitchell Hall, Sidgwick Site, Sidgwick Avenue, CB3 9DA Cambridge

Online: Live and Recorded Access 

Parking: Free On-Site Parking

Registration: www.myQuranPromise.com

Friday, 23 August 2013

O People of England - How Can You Refuse an Opportunity Like This?


Opportunities like this do not come knocking on our door everyday. What is coming up in Cambridge and Online in every other city is God-sent. Imagine how it would be to have a deep understanding of the surahs contained in the last part of the Qur'an - the surahs that are often recited in our prayers, the surahs that are short in length but very weighty in meaning, carrying the core essential message of the Qur'an. The series of seminars on the 30th Juz' of the Qur'an is a special blessing from our Lord, with the rare opportunity to study these surahs with an extraordinary scholar and thinker who is an expert in both tafsir and hadith. Will you not accept this blessing?

The year-long monthly seminars are starting this Sunday with an Introduction to Juz' Amma and Tafsir of Surah An-Naba'.

Introduction to Juz' Amma & Tafsir of Surah An-Naba'

By Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (Oxford)

When: Sunday 25th August 2013

Time: 9:45AM - 6:00PM    Coffee & Registration: 9:30AM

Venue: Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge + Live/Recorded Online Worldwide

You can either register for individual sessions or apply for an annual pass with 50% discount.

Registration: http://courses.meoc.org.uk/p/register.html

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Juz' Amma - The Core of The Qur'an

Study of the short surahs of the Quran with one of the foremost scholars and thinkers of the Western World today.

Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (Oxford)

When: Third or Fourth Saturday of Every Month

[Except 1st session starting Sunday 25th August 2013 - see full schedule below.]

Time: 9:45AM - 6:00PM    Coffee & Registration: 9:30AM

Venue: Cambridge University + Live/Recorded Online Worldwide

The Schedule of Dates:


Sunday 25th August 2013
Saturday 21st September 2013
Saturday 19th October 2013
Saturday 23rd November 2013
Saturday 21st December 2013
Saturday 25th January 2014
Saturday 22nd February 2014
Saturday 22nd March 2014
Saturday 19th April 2014
Saturday 24th May 2014
Saturday 28th June 2014
Saturday 26th July 2014

We aim to cover the whole of Juz' Amma in 12 sessions InshaAllah.

Features and Special Offers:

> Save over 50% with Annual Pass
> Children go for Free with Annual Pass
> Subsidised professional childcare
> Scholarships (if available)
> Payment in 2 or 3 instalments
> Free parking and refreshments
> Free Taster Session for those who have not attended Shaykh Akram Nadwi Seminar before.

Registration: http://courses.meoc.org.uk/p/juz-amma.html

Wassalaam

Cambridge Islamic Sciences Seminars

Muslim Education & Outreach Cambridge (MEOC)


Tel:  07736 779448 / 01223 655223  Email: courses@meoc.org.uk

Saturday, 17 August 2013

How to Deal with The Egyptian/Syrian & Other Crises?

What is happening in Egypt, Syria and other parts of the Muslim World is appalling. Rightly so, these injustices and atrocities make us feel angry. But should we speak and act based on this anger? If not what must we to do?

Crises occur all the time in our lives - some are big and some are small - personal crises, family crises, marriage crises, work crises, financial crises, religious crises and social crises. What is common in all these crises, big or small, is that we can easily become frustrated and angry. When, as most often happens, we act on these emotions/impulses our problems - far from being resolved - are only made worse. We become trapped in a vicious cycle. The only way out is to know how to discipline our anger, stress and frustration.

On this point Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi writes as follows:

Even more than stress, anger can be a good thing. Indeed, not to feel anger when faced with the injustices suffered by others is most probably a sin. We do and we should feel anger when we see wrong-doing – it is a necessary part of being averse to wrong-doing. But that anger itself becomes a wrong-doing if it is indulged instead of being disciplined. The issue then is how to achieve that discipline.

Generally, the immediate cause of anger is frustration of our will. We want something, or we want someone to do something, and if we do not get what we want, someone does not do what we want, we get angry. If the source of what we say or do next is that anger, the likelihood is that what we say or do will be wrong and lead to further wrong. The sudden access of emotion that constitutes such anger must be calmed. I will go through some of the things that the Prophet recommended to achieve that calming – if you are standing, sit down, if sitting, stand up; move away from the scene; do wudu’; and so on. The common element in this advice is to distract yourself so that you do not speak or act from inside your anger. Once you have separated yourself from the sudden access of emotion, you can begin to examine the reasons for it. You can begin to assess your need for that thing you wanted which you did not get: is the need real, is the desire real, and if the need or desire is not satisfied straightaway does it really matter? Do you have any right to demand or expect that someone should do what you want; do you have some responsibility for them; are you sure they really knew or understood what you wanted; is what you wanted good for them or only for you? This effort to question the emotion of anger disciplines it, converts a self-centred frustration into a concern to say and do the right thing. - Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (from the notes to the Stress and Anger Management Seminar)

Although managing and disciplining anger seems like a minor issue it is the most important skill one can acquire for the well-being of the self, family and society. Thus when a man said to the Prophet sallallahu 'alayhi wasallam, "Advise me!" The Prophet sallallahu 'alayhi wasallam said, "Do not become angry and furious." The man asked the same again and then a third time, and the Prophet sallallahu 'alayhi wasallam said in each case, "Do not become angry and furious."

"If our prayer is ennobled by the grace of ihsan, if we strive through our speech and actions to make the moment beautiful, if our reliance on God’s mercy is true and actual, we will be provided with hope. Hope is the fuel that enables us to keep our system going, and not to collapse from stress and anger into a wasteful passivity, or some worse sin." - Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi

This is the final chance to register for the unique life-enhancing seminar on Sunday. You can either attend in person or watch live/recorded online.


In this life enhancing seminar you will learn about:
  • The meaning and types of anger and stress
  • The various causes of anger and stress
  • The medical perspective on anger and stress - signs, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment 
  • General Islamic treatment for anger and stress
  • Specific Islamic treatment for specific types of anger and stress
  • Examples from the lives of the pious people on dealing with anger and stress
  • Practical advice on how to turn negative anger and stress in to positive thoughts and action
  • How to help others suffering from anger and stress
Please sign up below and make the best investment for you and your loved ones.

This seminar on Stress & Anger Management is also:
  • The Ideal Love, Marriage and Family Seminar
  • The Ideal Parenting and Child Development Seminar
  • The Ideal Self Development Seminar
  • The Ideal Leadership Seminar
  • The Ideal Communications Seminar
  • The Ideal Purification of The Soul Seminar
  • The Ideal Character Building Seminar
  • The Ideal Protection from Shaithan Seminar
  • And many more.....
Could it get any better? Please sign up now for this all-in-one seminar before it is too late...

Islamic Psychology Series
Stress & Anger Management
Islamic & Medical Perspectives


By Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (Oxford) and

Special Guest: Dr Muhammad Zeyn Green-Thompson
(Consultant Psychiatrist, Cambridge)

Date:
Sunday 18 August 2013    Time: 10.00AM - 6.00PM

Venue: Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS

This seminar is suitable for both individuals and families. Crèche facilities available for younger children. Whole-day free parking provided. Venue is less than 5-minutes walk from Mile End Tube Station.

www.IslamicPsychology.org.uk <<< Click Here To Register


Posts for this seminar:
How to Deal with The Egyptian/Syrian & Other Crises?
How to Cope with The Constant Stresses of The Modern Life?
Anger & Stress - The #1 Killer of Mind, Body & Family
Are You A Parent or A Teacher? Do You Get Stressed and Angry?
Stress & Anger Management - Islamic & Medical Perspectives

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Friday, 16 August 2013

How to Cope with The Constant Stresses of The Modern Life?

"The modern economy which dominates our lives promises– through gadgets, machines and advanced techniques of management of human labour–to deliver lots of surplus wealth and surplus time, so that people can enrich, relax and enjoy themselves. The reality, as we all know in our everyday lives, is far removed from that. The vast majority of people struggle to pay their bills, which are large and many; many carry huge, permanent debts; they are stressed going to and from work, and stressed in work. They hardly find time and energy to build proper relationships with other persons, even in their own family. The modern economy also produces massive quantities of information and amusements so that, in the evenings and at weekends, exhausted individuals collapse, sometimes literally, in front of a television or other such gadget. In this way, they have the illusion of resting and relaxing. In fact, they are just switched off from themselves – they are suffering the consequences of extreme stress to their system but are just not aware of the fact."

"God says He created human beings and that He honoured them above all other of His creatures. He willed for us to live contemplatively as well as actively; to reflect on who we are and how we are, on what we do and how we do it. He willed for us to strive for understanding of the purpose of our being alive, and to be aware of Him and to respect His gift of life and freedom of will by serving one another and serving Him. Very little of that is possible in the modern economic system because it rejects the habits of contemplation that are only nurtured through religious consciousness and religious exercise. As I will explain to you in some detail, from the teaching and practice of the Prophet, salla-llahu `alayhiwa-sallam, and the good counsel and good example of our pious ancestors, the cure for stress lies in stepping back from the demands and pressures of worldly routines into the relief and quiet of prayer, both salah and du`a. This relief allows our system to recuperate, to refresh and reset itself. If we do the prayer properly – by careful attention to personal cleanliness, gentleness in gesture and movement, by measured speech, by a gracious and respectful attitude to the place of prayer, and to others who may be present -– if we do the prayer properly, it settles beauty and grace in our bodies and our behaviour, and in our hearts it settles a deep silence. That silence is the echo of God’s mercy, His rahmah. All together, that beauty and grace and silence, give us the strength we need to cope with the stresses of worldly life. " - Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (from the notes to the Stress and Anger Management Seminar)


Islamic Psychology Series
Stress & Anger Management
Islamic & Medical Perspectives


By Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (Oxford) and

Special Guest: Dr Muhammad Zeyn Green-Thompson
(Consultant Psychiatrist, Cambridge)

Date:
Sunday 18 August 2013    Time: 10.00AM - 6.00PM

Venue: Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS

This seminar is suitable for both individuals and families. Crèche facilities available for younger children. Whole-day free parking provided. Venue is less than 5-minutes walk from Mile End Tube Station.

Investment: Standard Ticket: £35 | Group Ticket: £25 | Live/Recorded Online Ticket: £45

www.IslamicPsychology.org.uk <<< Click Here To Register

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Tuesday, 13 August 2013

Anger & Stress - The #1 Killer of Mind, Body & Family

There is nothing more destructive for one's mind, body and family than uncontrolled anger and stress. When someone is angry and stressed beyond a certain point their senses are dulled and their thinking is compromised - they lose control of themselves. In this state, they say things which they would not say otherwise and do things which they would not do otherwise. Then they regret afterwards when it is too late.

Anger and stress can also affect the body adversely. The constant flood of stress chemicals and other changes in the body contribute to many health problems ranging from skin problems to high blood pressure, heart attack and stroke. As we also know, uncontrolled anger is often the cause of many arguments, physical fights, physical abuse, assault and self-harm.

Anger is a powerful emotion. If it isn’t handled appropriately, it will have destructive results upon both ourselves and our loved ones. Many relationships are ruined and families are broken because of stress and anger. Children are the most vulnerable to these emotions. Just as children develop and thrive with the love and affection of their parents, they can also suffer the most from the unmanaged anger and stress of their parents and others around them.

So if the destructive effects of anger and stress are so obvious, why do we not take steps to manage them? Why do we not invest the time and effort to acquire the will, knowledge and skills to manage our anger and stress? Perhaps the answer to these questions is people do not know where to go for the necessary resources and the expertise.

Now you have no more excuses! The most comprehensive seminar on stress and anger management is coming to your town. This seminar will teach you how to understand the causes, consequences and cures for anger and stress according to the Qur'an, Sunnah and scholarly insight/experience as well as modern medical research. Book your place now and make one of the best investments possible for you and your loved ones.
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Islamic Psychology Series
Stress & Anger Management
Islamic & Medical Perspectives


By Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (Oxford) and

Special Guest: Dr Muhammad Zeyn Green-Thompson
(Consultant Psychiatrist, Cambridge)

Date:
Sunday 18 August 2013    Time: 10.00AM - 6.00PM

Venue: Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS

This seminar is suitable for both individuals and families. Crèche facilities available for younger children. Whole-day free parking provided. Venue is less than 5-minutes walk from Mile End Tube Station.

Investment: Standard Ticket: £35 | Group Ticket: £25 | Live/Recorded Online Ticket: £45

www.IslamicPsychology.org.uk   <<< Click Here To Register

Cambridge Islamic Sciences Seminars & Al-Salam Institute Oxford

Muslim Education & Outreach Cambridge (MEOC)

Tel: 07736 779448 / 01223 655223 Email: courses@meoc.org.uk

Sunday, 11 August 2013

Are You A Parent or A Teacher? Do You Get Stressed and Angry?

Being a parent or a teacher is not an easy task. The stress, worry and frustration that comes with looking after children can easily make many a parent or teacher angry and 'mad'. They know that this is harmful for themselves and especially for the children. Yet they simply loose control in difficult situations and seem unable to stop themselves.

There is no doubt that anger and rage are destructive and poisonous for one's own mind, heart and body. They can also severely affect those around us, both psychologically and physically. Therefore when a man said to the Prophet sallallahu 'alayhi wasallam, "Advise me!" The Prophet sallallahu 'alayhi wasallam said, "Do not become angry and furious." The man asked the same again and then a third time, and the Prophet sallallahu 'alayhi wasallam said in each case, "Do not become angry and furious." That is how bad anger, fury and rage are.

So how does one control his or her stress and anger especially when it comes to people under one's care such as children and students?
Sadly this does not come naturally for many people. They need to be trained as it requires both will and skill. The Prophet sallallahu 'alayhi wasallam said, "The strong is not the one who overcomes the people by his strength, but the strong is the one who controls himself while in anger".

The seminar coming up on Sunday 18th August with an Islamic scholar and a psychiatrist is an ideal opportunity to learn how to acquire this strength. Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi is a remarkable Islamic scholar who has mastered the art of managing stress and anger. Dr Muhammad Zeyn Green-Thompson is a consultant psychiatrist and Cambridge University researcher who has extensive experience in this subject.

Early Bird Tickets are ending this weekend. Please book your place now for this ground-breaking seminar bringing together the best of both Islamic tradition and modern medical research.

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Islamic Psychology Series
Stress & Anger Management
Islamic & Medical Perspectives


By Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (Oxford) and

Special Guest: Dr Muhammad Zeyn Green-Thompson
(Consultant Psychiatrist, Cambridge)

Date: Sunday 18 August 2013    Time: 10.00AM - 6.00PM

Venue: Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS

This seminar is suitable for both individuals and families. Crèche facilities available for younger children. Whole-day free parking provided. Venue is less than 5-minutes walk from Mile End Tube Station.

Investment: Standard Ticket: £35 | Early Bird Ticket: £25 | Live/Recorded Online Ticket: £45

Early Bird Tickets ending this weekend. Book your place now.

www.IslamicPsychology.org.uk   <<< Click Here To Register

Cambridge Islamic Sciences Seminars & Al-Salam Institute Oxford

Muslim Education & Outreach Cambridge (MEOC)


Tel: 07736 779448 / 01223 655223 Email: courses@meoc.org.uk

Tuesday, 6 August 2013

Stress & Anger Management - Islamic & Medical Perspectives

Stress & Anger Management
Islamic & Medical Perspectives
The definitive seminar on stress and anger management is coming to London and every city in the world (via live online) on Sunday 18th August 2013. This groundbreaking seminar is delivered by prominent scholar Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (Oxford) and consultant psychiatrist Dr Muhammad Zeyn Green-Thompson (Cambridge).

Prices are going up soon and places are taken up fast. Book your place today to secure your seat with the early bird discount.
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Islamic Psychology Series
Stress & Anger Management
Islamic & Medical Perspectives


By Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (Oxford)

Special Guest: Dr Muhammad Zeyn Green-Thompson
(Consultant Psychiatrist, Cambridge)

Date: Sunday 18 August 2013    Time: 10.00AM - 6.00PM

Venue: Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS
This is suitable for both individuals and families. Crèche facilities are provided for younger children.

www.IslamicPsychology.org.uk   <<< Click Here To Register

Cambridge Islamic Sciences Seminars - London & Al-Salam Institute

Saturday, 3 August 2013

The Women Scholars in Islam (Al-Muhaddithaat) - FREE LIVE ONLINE

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 Mosque 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 Mosque or Live Online via Livestream.

"Of all the scholars I have had the opportunity to study with, I have found Shaikh Akram Nadwi to be the closest, in knowledge, manners and teaching, to how I would imagine some of the great Hadith scholars of the past would have been. He has a vast knowledge of Qur'an, Hadith and Fiqh, a down-to-earth, humble, approachable style, and great teaching ability. His classes are not just beneficial from a learning perspective, but also to marvel at the awe-inspiring wealth of knowledge of our scholars masha Allah. His 57 volume work going through the biographies of some 8,500 women scholars of Hadith is a monumental endeavour. The mere fact of its existence can be a major talking point in discussion with Muslims and non-Muslims, and is almost a stand-alone proof of Islam's unparalleled wealth of female scholarship." - Dr Omar Mahroo, Cambridge/London

Al-Muhaddithaat - The Women Scholars in Islam
Abu Bakr Cambridge Mosque, Mawson Road, Cambridge CB1 2DZ
Sunday 4th August | 4pm - 5.30pm
Open for both men and women

Extended QnA Session for Sisters Only
Abu Bakr Cambridge Mosque
Sunday 4th August | 5.30pm - 6.30pm

Live Online Access of Lesson and Talks

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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

Thursday, 1 August 2013

Live Cambridge Itikaf with Shaykh Akram Nadwi - Catch Up Online

Assalaamu 'Alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakaathuh

Today is the fourth day of I'tikaf at the Cambridge Mosque. The schedule for today is different as it is the day of Jumua'h. There will be no lessons in the morning but the afternoon session will be longer.

Afternoon Session: 3.00PM - 6.00PM (BST)

3PM - 5PM - Tafsir and reflections on the Qur'an based on Surah Al-An'am. Shaykh Akram Nadwi's classes on the Qur'an are unique and extraordinary. In this classes you will get a taste of what it is like to really understand the Qur'an as it is meant to be. [Samples and testimonials at: http://www.youtube.com/user/ShaykhAkramNadwi]

5PM - 6PM - Seyed al-Khatir of Imam Ibn al-Jawzi on purification of the heart, sharpening the mind, strengthening ones resolve and learning from experience. These are lessons on deep Islamic psychology.
All lessons are held at the Cambridge Mosque (Abu Bakr Masjid) and are open to both men and women to attend (free of charge). They can also be accessed live online by following the link below (free of charge):

http://tinyurl.com/CambridgeItikafLessonsOnline

From Saturday onwards the time would revert to the original schedule of 10.30AM -12.30 PM and 2.30PM - 4.30PM InshaAllah.

Please forward and share in the reward!

Cambridge Islamic Sciences Seminars

Muslim Education & Outreach Cambridge (MEOC)

Tel:  07736 779448 / 01223 655223  Email: courses@meoc.org.uk