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Main Program & Weekly Lecture (English) 8pm with special English Islamic classes for children between the ages of 6-12

Dua Nudba in the mornings
Ladies session before Dhuhr in the afternoons
Main Program & Weekly Lecture (English) at 8:00pm

“From cradle to one’s grave,

Life seems but an illusion.

The phase of youth so brave,

‘Tis an even greater illusion.”

Abū Faiyyāz

 

·        The Friday nights are aimed to educate and enlighten our Youth about their religion especially when living in this era. With advancement in technology and sciences, our youth is faced with several dilemmas that need to be addressed. As Imām Jaʿfar ibne Muḥammad as-Ṣādiq (a.s.) that: “The person who is fully aware of the time in which he is living in will never be overcome with bewilderment (of the things around him).”

·        Therefore being cognizant of the era we live in, we need to focus on the integration of intellectual, social, and emotional aspects that affect our youths and especially students in Colleges and Universities.  

·        The need of this current era is to recognize that our youth continue to struggle with the increasing fragmentation of the learning process as much as the dichotomy of disciplines and contradictions inherent in concepts such as pluralism.  They live in an era that subjects them to many and varied ideologies and which demand of them a rational explanation in matters of belief.   This awareness can help us to nurture a generation of Muslims who in turn will be able to nurture the next generation. 

 

Islamic classes for children between the ages of 6-12

·        In parallel with the main lecture, regular Madrasa runs for kids between aged 6 to 12. Each Semester consists of 12 weeks with mid and final exams to examine their learned syllabus. Children are taught three subjects which includes Ahklaq ( Mannerism), Fiqh ( Ahkam of their religion), and History. 

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