Ramadhan 2020

Ramadhan Reminders,

Scheduled Daily from 20th April
Time: 7pm – 8pm.

Delivered by:

  • Shaykh Thaqib Mahmood
  • Shaykh Noorudeen Rashid
  • Shaykh Talal al-Azem
  • Shaykh Tanveer Hussain
  • Imam Ibrahim Amin
  • Shaykh Mansoor Malik

Covering a wide array of themes centred on the Holy Qur’an in this blessed month. Make these a part of your Ramadhan routine.

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Futuwwa: The Way of Spiritual Chivalry

Scheduled every weekday in Ramadhan
Time: 5pm – 6pm

Delivered by: Shaykh Talal Al Azem

Every condition and every moment demands an aspect of Futuwwah. There is no state or time without this demand. There is a Futuwwah fit for your behaviour towards God, another towards the Prophet, and others toward his companions; yet others towards the pure ones of the past, your sheikh, your brethren, and the two angels on your shoulders who keep the accounting of your deeds. (Imam al-Sulami)

Ramadan is a month to face our ego-self, weed out bad character traits, and replace them with their countering virtue. This Ramadan, join us in in exploring how we can counter selfishness by adopting a cardinal virtue of Islam: spiritual chivalry (futuwwah), or preferring others to one’s self.

In this course, we will explore the definition of chivalry and its qualities: service to others; generosity of heart and hand; loyalty and friendship; and personal honour. By reading a thousand-year old classic book on the topic, and reflecting on the knowledge and stories it contains, students will walk away with a clear understanding of the sunnah of ‘selflessness’ and how to operationalise this in our lives.

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Daily Qur’an Khatam

Scheduled everyday of Ramadhan
Led by: Shaykh Thaqib Mahmood

A Daily Quran khatam has been arranged with Shaykh Thaqib. Reading of the last few Surah’s will be live on Zoom followed by a daily dua.

And the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him and give him peace) said, “When you come upon the meadows of the Garden, graze in them.” He was asked, “What are the meadows of the Garden?” “Circles of remembrance (dhikr),” he replied. [Tirmidhi] Reciting the Qur’an is of the greatest of acts of remembrance (dhikr).

Time: 9.00pm

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Surah Al-Kahf reading

Scheduled via zoom every Friday’s
Time: 2pm

It is recommended to recite Surat al-Kahf completely the night before Friday, and it is also recommended to do so Friday itself, before Maghrib time. Ibn Abidin said, “And it is best to do so early on Friday, in order to rush to the good and to avoid forgetting.” [Ibn Abidin, Radd al-Muhtar, Bab al-Jumu`ah]

Delivered by: Arfaan Shezad
Zoom link to join: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84937765839