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The Prophetic soul
We will explore the Prophetic Soul by looking at the deeper teachings of
the Prophet’s beautiful supplications (ad’iya). These ad’iya reflect
the way we should feel and think and connect to the most High in every part of our
mundaine lives. We believe them to be transformative, and refuse
to believe that they were meant to be a daily routine without further results.
We will tell you how you can turn your daily supplications into steps
taking you closer to your true Love, Allah, the Majestic.
Sundays 9am to 11am
In the current age of increasing anti-Muslim sentiment, it has become routine to hear ignorant media pundits and bigoted political activists make baseless claims regarding the reality of Islam. A conscious effort is underway to paint Islam as inherently violent and its legal system as archaic and prehistoric. Far more alarming for Muslims, the greatest avenue for introduction to the faith, the Prophet Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم is caricatured as a warlord by using false historical narratives and taking other true reports out of historical context. These claims could not be further from the truth. The immense canon of Islamic History from the pluralistic socieites of mediveal Cordoba to the small British Muslim community of Abdullah Quilliam in the early 20th century testify to the fact that Islam is a powerful force for peaceful coexistence and social equality.
As Muslims, it is now incumbent upon us to remove the falsities from the truth and show that our faith is peaceful and fair, our legal system just and equitable and that our founder was "a mercy for the worlds".
Join us as we uncover the merciful reality of Islam and its just legal system with one of the premier scholars of Islam in the West.
Brief Speaker Biography
Dr Jonathan Brown is Associate Professor and Chair of Islamic Civilization at Georgetown University. He is the editor in chief of the Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam and Law, and the author of several books including Misquoting Muhammad: The Challenges and Choices of Interpreting the Prophet’s Legacy.
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In 1876, the Ottoman Empire was "the sick man of Europe". It had lost vast amounts of territory and was unable to defend its citizens in the face of European Imperialism. It seemed like its death was imminently inevitable. It was at this critical juncture that Sultan Abdul Hamid took the throne.
For the next 33 years, he fought with all his will to remove the empire's debts, defend its sacred territories, face up to colonial ambitions, fight two devastating wars and ultimately to revive the faith and pride of the Muslims in that great Prophetic inheritance that had been bequeathed to him; The Caliphate.
Join us as we shine a light on this incredible figure of Islamic History with a wonderful expert in late Ottoman History.
Dr. Yakoob Ahmed is a PhD graduate of the Department of Languages and Cultures, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. He is currently a professor at Istanbul University.
Alhumudlillah, by the grace of God, we are able to offer our second group Umrah Trip over the Easter break 2020. The trip is open to Karima students, families and the wider community as an educational and spiritual experience by visiting the blessed cities.
The trip is once again organised in association with Dome Tours (ATOL protected) who are an established tour operator, having organised Hajj and Umrah trips for over 15 years.
When: Departing London on 06 April 2020 returning on 19th April 2020 (dates are subject to airlines, and on rare occasions can change)
Costs: The total price per person will be £1441
Helping young people through the provision of educational, recreational and leisure time projects.