Join us for an exciting evening seminar exploring the incredible lives and legacies of powerful Muslim women from Islamic history. Despite what some might like to make you think, women have always been at the forefront of Islam, side-by-side with noble men who relied on their support and valued their input. Had it not been for these powerful heroines, the Islam that we know today may have been very different.
The seminar will be delivered by Ustadha Nasima Umm Hamza holds a degree from Queen Mary’s University in Pharmaceutical Chemistry, she is a qualified teacher and recently graduated with distinction in her Licence in Islamic Scholarship (Alimiyyah) from Shaykh Akram Nadwi. Her dissertation was on ‘Clay and the Origins of Life’.
She is currently an Islamic Studies & Arabic Teacher in an Islamic Primary School. She is a mother of four, an active dawah carrier and instructor at The Quran Initiative. She began her studies in the U.K. and continued her studies of Arabic, Tafseer and Sharh of Hadith in Egypt before graduating with Al-Salam Institute. She has studied Tajweed with teachers from the UK and Egypt and has attained accreditation from the Ma’had of Shaykh Ma’sarawy Al-Azhari. She also currently teaches tajweed and qira’ah in Hafs ‘an Aasim.
We encourage both men and women to attend this seminar. Seating will be segregated.
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