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Islam and Love: Before and After You Say ‘I Do’
FREE Event with Imam Suhaib Webb (USA)
As many of you start looking to complete half of your Deen and and those who are already married, there will inevitably be many questions on your mind! Join the world renowned Imam Suhaib Webb (USA) as he covers the basics of marriage by providing invaluable practical steps on how to approach marriage in a way that is pleasing to to your spouse and also pleasing to Allah.
‘And of His signs is that He created for you from yourselves partners that you may find tranquility in them; and He placed between you affection and mercy. Indeed in that are signs for those who reflect.’ (Surah Ar-Rum, Ayah 21)
Open Q&A Session, Live Interview and Purchase Imam Suhaib Webb’s NEW Book: Essentials of Islamic Faith: For Teens and Parents
GLASGOW: Sunday 28th January 2018
Price: Free (No children under 7, no crèche available)
Time: 6pm-9pm (Doors open from 5pm)
Venue: John Anderson Building, Lecture Theatre K325, University of Strathclyde, G4 0NG, Glasgow
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‘Mind Your Own Business’
Shaykh Muhammad Al-Yaqoubi
WMC event in conjunction with IST and GUMSA
How many times are we told to mind our own business? The Prophet ﷺ said: “Indeed among the excellence of a person’s Islam is that he leaves alone that which does not concern him.” Hadith.
What if our intervention is necessary to assist others? The Prophet ﷺ also stated: “He who amongst you who sees something abominable should modify it with the help of his hand; and if he has not the strength enough to do it, he should do it with his tongue, and if he has not the strength to do it, he should abhor it from his heart and that is the least of faith.” Hadith.
How do we distinguish between matters to intervene or to mind our own? How do we respond to all the information that we are exposed to on social media platforms?
Join us to learn when to mind your own business in the light of Prophetic traditions.
Host: Faraz Yousufzai
Nasheeds: Al Musafirun – The Travellers
Date: Friday 2nd February
Venue: SEC Centre, Lomond Auditorium, Exhibition Way, Glasgow, G3 8YW
Early Bird: £10. Take advantage of the Early Bird offer of £10 per ticket if booked before 19th January 2018.
Group booking: £10 off. Take advantage of an additional offer of £10 off for a group booking of 5 people.
Full ticket price: £15 (after Early Bird expires)
Limited seats | Reserve your seat via the link: https://propheticwayglasgow.eventbrite.co.uk
There is no creche, therefore the event is unable to accommodate children aged 7 and under.
Open to all | Segregated Seating.
A 3 City Tour – Bringing together empowered Muslim women for an exciting evening of spectacular fashion shows, inspiring talks, dinner, networking, and amazing exhibits.
Meet community role models, women behind the brands and mingle with like minded women.
An evening for all the professionals, business, home making and studying women.
Mark your diary for February 2018
It is a celebration of the many achievements and successes of Muslim women and aims to inspire future generations with messages of empowerment and support.
18th February 18 – Radisson Blu Glasgow
Time: 5pm -11pm
Cost: Early Bird – £39.00
For more information:
Early bird tickets: £39.00 including dinner (till 7th January 2018)
thereafter tickets will be £50.00
Book online: www.urbanmuslimwoman.co.uk
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Speaking About Islam Today
Case study: Fazlur Rahman
In every age, place, culture and philosophical system, the unchanging truths of Islam have to be communicated to people in concepts, languages and images that they can understand. The modern European world is very different from that of our grandparents. Our children are taught to examine, analyse and question throughout the educational process. How do we express Islam in a way that makes sense to them and to the wider communities in which we live?
One of the people who struggled with this problem was Professor Fazlur Rahman of Karachi and Chicago (d. 1988). He was trained in classical Islamic studies, steeped in Arabic philosophy and for six years at the heart of the question of the role of Islam in modern Pakistan. He also held an Oxford doctorate, commanded four modern and two ancient European languages and taught Muslim and non-Muslim students for the last twenty years of his life in Chicago. His life and work is an exemplification of one attempt to struggle to speak about Islam in the modern world in a way that was true to the teaching of the Qur’an and the Sunna of the Prophet and yet was intellectually satisfying to the modern ‘western-educated’ mind.
On Saturday 3rd March in the Andalus Centre in Glasgow, we will explore some elements of his life and thought with Dr Chris Hewer (www.chrishewer.org). The day will comprise of four sessions:
• Introduction to the life and times of Fazlur Rahman
• How does the Word of God become the words that flow from the lips of Prophet Muhammad?
• Exploring the period from the customary practice of Muhammad in his lifetime to the compilation of the great Hadith collections.
• A thematic methodology to understand the ‘golden message’ of the Qur’an and apply it in our days.
MAB Youth Scotland and FOSIS Scotland would like to invite you to CAMP MUSLIMOON 2018!
Scotland’s biggest annual Muslim Youth camp is back! Bigger, better than ever and full of surprises.
The camp will consist of a fun-filled programme with a variety of workshops, talks and activities – so that you have the best experience possible!
Dates: Saturday 31st March 2018 – Monday 2nd April 2018.
Venue: Dounans Centre, Aberfoyle, Stirling FK8 3UT
Price: £60 (Early bird – ends on 31st December)
Buy your ticket NOW: https://www.tickettailor.com/checkout/view-event/id/127937/chk/d8e7
Places are limited
Open to: All brothers and sisters aged 16+
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