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Cambridge Islamic Sciences Seminars London Presents
Nukhbat al-Fikar fi Mustalaha Ahl-Athar & Nuzhat Al-Nadhar
Chosen Thoughts on The Hadith Classification of Hadith Specialists (Introduction to Principles of Hadith) by Imam Ibn Hajar Al-Asqalani (773-852 AH) & his own commentary Nuzhat Al-Nadhar

Explained by Muhaddith Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (Oxford)

Two Day Ijaza Seminar in London & Online Worldwide


Usul al-Hadith (principles of hadith) is a highly developed discipline in Islam. It deals with the methodology of source criticism of hadith. Many works dealing with this science have been produced since early period of Islam. Nuzhat al-Nazar Sharh Nukhbat al Fikar by Hafiz Ahmad ibn Hajar al-‘Asqalani, the 9th/15th century hadith master, is a very famous text in this field. It is prescribed in the curriculum of every madrasah and hadith centre. This course will cover the study of Ibn Hajar’s book with detailed commentary and practical examples from famous collections. Every student will receive a signed certificate and Ijazah from Shaykh Akram for the Nukhbat al Fikar and hadith musalsal bil-awwaliyyah linking them to the Prophet (SAW).

When: Weekend 11-12 January 2014     Time: 9.30AM - 6PM

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

Online: Worldwide - Live & Recorded Access

Features: Course notes, refreshments, free parking


Please note that the online attendees will also receive Ijaza provided they participate fully. 

Overnight Accommodation: East London or Edmonton Mosque (£5 per day per person)

Video Introduction


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYdJJ7MtXo0

Special Offer: Early Bird Discount Tickets

30% Discount - Ends 25/12/2013 [Code: EARLYBIRD01]
20% Discount - Ends 01/01/2014 [Code: EARLYBIRD02]
10% Discount - Ends 08/01/2014 [Code: EARLYBIRD03]

If this is the first time you are coming across this course and you found the discounts ended then please email courses@meoc.org.uk for a new discount code.

Special Ticket Prices:
Standard Attendance Ticket: £69.50
Early Bird Attendance Ticket: £48.50 [30% Off - Save £21] 
Group Attendance Ticket (2+ people): £59.50
Early Bird Group Attendance Ticket: £41.50 [30% Off - Save £28] 
Student Attendance Ticket: £56.50
Early Bird Student Attendance Ticket: £39.50 [30% Off - Save £30] 
Early Bird Live Online Access Ticket: £113.50
Early Bird Live Online Access Ticket: £79.50 [30% Off - Save £34]
Live + Recorded Online Access Ticket: £139.50
Early Bird Live + Recorded Online Access Ticket: £97.50 [30% - Save £42]

Special Group Ticket (5+ people): please email


Please enter the above discount code in to the "Enter Promotion Code" link. If you have any issues please email courses@meoc.org.uk or call 07736 779448. Limited spaces - booking essential

How to avoid Eventbrite Fees? If you want to avoid Eventbrite Fees you can make the payment direct to the MEOC Seminars bank account and send an email confirmation with the following details for each attendee: Frist & Last Name, Email, Mobile, City, Gender and "How did you hear about the course?". We will then send you the tickets by email. MEOC Bank details can be found below.




Financial Assistance: We are a non-profit educational charity run entirely by volunteers. So any payment you make goes entirely and directly to cover expenses forthe event and for furthering other da'wah and educational projects. However, we want to ensure that cost does not prevent anyone from attending these seminars. Therefore, if you genuinely cannot afford the full course fee, you may ask for a reduction by writing an email to: scholarship@meoc.org.uk. If we can help you in anyway, we would definitely do so, InshaAllah.

Refund Policy:
 Full course fee will be transferred to a future course if cancelled 48 hours prior to seminar start time.


Bank Account Details
Account Name: MEOC Seminars
Sort Code: 401608 Account No: 94113012 
Bank: HSBC Cambridge City Branch




Cambridge Islamic Sciences Seminars London Presents
Recreation, Leisure and Entertainment
The Islamic Perspective

By Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (Oxford)

A full-day seminar on the concepts of recreation and leisure in Islam and the Islamic view on modern day phenomena such as music, entertainment, television, movies, games, sports, “weekends”, holidays, shopping, fashion, socialising and celebrations.

When: Saturday 14th December 2013     Time: 9.30AM - 6PM

Venue: Queen Mary, University of London, Room 2.40 Bancroft Building
Mile End Road, London E1 4NS

Online: Worldwide - Live & Recorded Access

This Seminar Covers:
  • The meaning and purpose of recreation & leisure in the modern world
  • The meaning and purpose of recreation & leisure in Islam
  • The need for rest and relaxation
  • Prophetic advice on recreation & leisure
  • Recreation & leisure at the time of the Prophet (SAW) and companions
  • The history and evolution of “Islamic Entertainment”
  • The status of “Islamic Entertainment” today
  • Advice on recreation & leisure for children, men and women
Features: Course notes, crèche/childcare, refreshments, free parking


Special Ticket Prices:

Standard Attendance Ticket: £35 (£25 Early Bird)
Live Online Access Ticket: £39.50 (£29.50 Early Bird)
Live + Recorded Online Access Ticket: £49.50 (£39.50 Early Bird)
Student or Young Person Ticket £20
Creche/Childcare Ticket: £15
Special Group Ticket (5+ people): please email

If you have any issues please email courses@meoc.org.uk or call 07736 779448. Limited spaces - booking essential

How to avoid Eventbrite Fees? If you want to avoid Eventbrite Fees you can make the payment direct to the MEOC Seminars bank account and send an email confirmation with the following details for each attendee: Frist & Last Name, Email, Mobile, City, Gender and "How did you hear about the course?". We will then send you the tickets by email. MEOC Bank details can be found below.




Financial Assistance: We are a non-profit educational charity run entirely by volunteers. So any payment you make goes entirely and directly to cover expenses forthe event and for furthering other da'wah and educational projects. However, we want to ensure that cost does not prevent anyone from attending these seminars. Therefore, if you genuinely cannot afford the full course fee, you may ask for a reduction by writing an email to: scholarship@meoc.org.uk. If we can help you in anyway, we would definitely do so, InshaAllah.

Refund Policy:
 Full course fee will be transferred to a future course if cancelled 48 hours prior to seminar start time.

Bank Account Details
Account Name: MEOC Seminars
Sort Code: 401608 Account No: 94113012 
Bank: HSBC Cambridge City Branch




Saturday 12th October 2013



Cambridge Islamic Sciences Seminars London Presents

Raising A Muslim Child in The 21st Century
Preparing The Leaders of Tomorrow

By Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (Oxford)

Special Guest:
Dr Muhammad Zeyn Green-Thompson (Cambridge)
Psychiatrist & Cambridge University Researcher


Date: Saturday 12th October 2013 

Time: 9.45AM - 6.00PM  Coffee & Registration: 9.30AM

Venue:
Mason Lecture Theater, Bancroft Building
Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road, London, E1 4NS

Online: Worldwide Live & Recorded Access

Parking: Free whole-day parking available

This seminar explores the issues surrounding raising confident, bright and responsible Muslim children in these challenging times and turbulent environment. Priceless lessons will be drawn from the examples of many of the prophets including Ibrahim (AS) and the seal of the prophets Muhammad (PBUH), his family, his companions and the greatest of scholars and leaders to follow in his footsteps. It also features the experience and the deep insight of Shaykh Dr Mohammed Akram Nadwi in raising a Muslim child particularly in the West in this highly informative yet very practical seminar. This is an essential seminar for parents, teachers and anyone involved in the welfare of chidren. It covers child development & upbringing from an Islamic perspective for people living in the West in a way that has never been covered before. Limited places available, please book as soon as possible.

Features:
  • Professional crèche facilities (with play and activities) throughout the seminar at subsidised rates
  • Free refreshment provided throughout the day and lunch sold onsite
  • Interactive question and answer sessions
  • Good location with public transport access and free whole day parking 

Special Ticket Prices:
Early Bird Individual Ticket: £25
Standard Individual Ticket: £35

Standard Group Ticket (2+ people) £25
Live Online Access Ticket: £39.50
Live + Recorded Online Access Ticket: £49.50
Creche/Childcare Ticket: £10

Special Group Ticket (5+ people): Please email
Young Persons Ticket £20 FREE (Code: YOUNGPERSONSPECIAL)

If you have any issues please email courses@meoc.org.uk or call 07736 779448. Limited spaces - booking essential

How to avoid Eventbrite Fees? If you want to avoid Eventbrite Fees you can make the payment direct to the MEOC Seminars bank account and send an email confirmation with the following details for each attendee: Frist & Last Name, Email, Mobile, City, Gender and "How did you hear about the course?". We will then send you the tickets by email. MEOC Bank details can be found below.




If you have any issues please email courses@meoc.org.uk or call 07736 779448. Limited spaces - booking essential

Financial Assistance: We are a non-profit educational charity run entirely by volunteers. So any payment you make goes entirely and directly to cover expenses forthe event and for furthering other da'wah and educational projects. However, we want to ensure that cost does not prevent anyone from attending these seminars. Therefore, if you genuinely cannot afford the full course fee, you may ask for a reduction by writing an email to: scholarship@meoc.org.uk. If we can help you in anyway, we would definitely do so, InshaAllah.

Refund Policy:
Full course fee will be transferred to a future course if cancelled 48 hours prior to seminar start time.

Bank Account Details
Account Name: MEOC Seminars
Sort Code: 401608 Account No: 94113012 
Bank: HSBC Cambridge City Branch

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