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April 2021

19April

Tarawih 2021 – Live online

Join Shaykh Haytham Tamim for Night Prayers Virtually Every Night from 19th April inshallah 9.45pm- 10.30pm Perform 8 rakahs with a short reminder from the Quran followed by witr. Live on YouTube Instructions: Please pray Isha before joining the salah. Do not place the screen in front of you. Do not join the salah unless you are in the UK (same time zone). Ensure you recite surah Fatiha and continue praying if you lose connection. You may hold the Quran or follow the recitation on your phone during these rakahs, as they are not fard. If you have hold the Quran, ensure you have somewhere to place it when you bow down, like a chair, so that it is not put on the ground.

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20April
how to keep your heart healthy

How to keep your heart healthy- Ramadan 2021

This Ramadan, reach new spiritual heights by purifying your heart! Ramadan is a month of purification. As we detox from food, our soul craves to be detoxed spiritually. Yet certain emotions and patterns of behaviour keep pulling us down. These emotions affect our behaviour and coat the heart and affect our connection with Allah Almighty. Our connection with Allah Almighty is the source of all goodness in our life, but can become easily clogged, and block our access to Allah’s light and guidance. If we do not unclog this connection, we become numb. How can we unclog our hearts?   Course overview We will examine common spiritual diseases of the hearts, with a special focus on emotions. This will be an emotional, spiritual and practical journey to diagnose, cure and heal the heart. We will outline the remedies from the Quran and Sunnah to enable you help cleanse the heart and strengthen your immunity against future disease inshallah. This course will examine 7 common ailments of the hearts. They are not always obvious to us and we have them to varying degrees. The good news is that we can reduce them! 1- Kibr: Arrogance, pride and vanity 2- Ghafla: Being distant from Allah by being absorbed and distracted by worldly concerns 3. Hawa:  Love of dunya, materialism, social media, lacking contentment 4- Ghadab: Anger 5- Hasad: Envy 6- Bukhl: Miserliness & greed 7- Nifaq: Hypocrisy Harness the blessings of Ramadan and focus inwards to what ails your heart and how you can cure it. Find peace and contentment by working on prophetic traits, like humility, tolerance, generosity and honesty. Course Outcome You will learn how to assess that status of your heart, how to treat it and how you can prevent yourself from being re-infected inshallah. There will be in…

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May 2021

17May
London, United Kingdom
hadith class

Monday Hadith Class (taught in Arabic)

What is being covered? Shaykh Haytham Tamim teaches a selection of hadith from Bulugh al Maram min Adillat al Ahkam by Ibn Hajar al Asqalani. This class is taught in Arabic. When is the class? Friendly class every Monday 7-8pm ONLINE via ZOOM and Live on Youtube Please contact info@utrujj.org to join. What will you study? Shaykh Haytham analyses the literal meaning of a hadith, and its spiritual implications, as well as its relevance to our lives. Deducing its key themes and concepts, he derives essential lessons for all Muslims. He also gives the fascinating biographies of the narrators and the context of the hadith and how they link to our reality. He highlights the relevant rulings and etiquettes, as well as the difference between cultural and the Islamic practices. Who was Ibn Hajar al Asqalani? Ibn Hajar was a medieval Islamic scholar  (d.852AH= 1449AD) whose contribution to the science of hadith is colossal. He wrote about 150 works on hadith, history, biography, tafseer, poetry, and Shafi'ite jurisprudence. What is Bulugh al Maram? This collection of over 1000 hadith contain the hadith from which legal rulings have been formed in the Shaf'i school, and more widely it is regarded as a seminal collection of hadith regardless of school of thought. Currently we are studying the chapter, Kitab al Jami in which the hadith focus on the etiquette of society and interaction, which form the basis of a kind and caring society. Shaykh Haytham Tamim He is an expert and a holder of some of the highest Ijazas in Quran, Hadith (the Prophetic traditions) and Fiqh (Islamic rulings). His knowledge spans the main Islamic jurisprudence schools of thought and different Islamic denominations through highly advanced classical and religious texts. With 29 links in his chain, Shaykh Haytham's unbroken chain of scholarship goes back the…

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19May
London, United Kingdom
women's tafsir class

Wednesday Tafseer Class

A friendly, weekly tafseer class with Shaykh Haytham Tamim At a glance Every Wednesday 10am-11.30am ONLINE via ZOOM. All classes are recorded. How much does it cost? This class is £10 per session. If you would like to attend please email: info@utrujj.org A study of Surat Al Anam Surat Al Anam is a Makki Surah, although it is one of the longer surahs, and most Makki surahs are quite short. It focuses on aqeedah, challenging the mind, status quo and culture and inviting people to reflect and look at practices and beliefs of forefathers and discussion and debate on the Prophet (peace be on him) and his people to put forward the truth in a logical manner. We see from this surah that the response was illogical. Even today we have the same response. The Prophet (peace be on him) was sad when he introduced the obvious shining truth and he was keen for people to embrace it and be saved and be happy in the akhirah but many denied it and were not interested. We will see how the Quran dealt with it. The Prophet (peace be on him) never gave up, even though there were very few people who accepted Islam in the first 13 years. Unusually the whole surah was revealed in one go. Most long surahs were revealed in pieces, whereas the majority of short surahs were revealed in one go. The surah has 165 verses, which means it is longer than Surat al Maidah which has 120 verses. Although it was revealed in Makkah it was revealed during the night at once. 70,000 angels were carrying it and filled the horizon, glorifying Allah through tasbih and tahmil, according to the narration. This means the revelation of it in one go would have been very heavy.…

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20May
Muslim World League, 46 Goodge Street
London, W1T 4LU United Kingdom
islamic youth circle

Al Ghazali’s Forty Principles

The Forty Principles of Religion by Imam Al Ghazali taught by Shaykh Haytham Tamim At a glance Every Thursday at 7pm - 8pm Followed by Q&A Live ONLINE on ZOOM and YouTube Can't make it live? Don't worry. You can watch all the recordings on YouTube in your own time. How do I join? For the Zoom link contact: info@utrujj.org, or subscribe to the YouTube channel. What is being covered? The Forty Principles of the Religion is a summary of Al Ghazali's Ihya Ulum al Din (A Revival of the Religious Sciences). These explore the spiritual depth of virtually every aspect of Islam with profound insights into how to become closer to Allah Almighty. Though Ghazali's contribution to Islamic spirituality is hard to surpass, it is accessible through his step by step breakdown of the spiritual path, which is tried and tested. Studying the Forty Principles enables students to grasp the fundamentals without having to grapple with the magnus opus which is the Ihya Ulum al Din. In these sessions, Shaykh Haytham Tamim does not just give a commentary on Ghazali's work, but dips into the Ihya Ulum al Din and adds his own fresh insights to Al Ghazali's work, making these sessions rich and deep. The Topics: Part 1 The Sum of Knowledge and its Principles Part 2 Prayer Zakat and Sadaqah Fasting Hajj Reciting the Quran Remembrance of Allah (dhikr) Seeking the Halal Upholding the Rights (Huquq) of Muslims and good Companionship Commanding Good and Forbidding Evil Following the Sunnah Watch the Sessions you missed Who was Al Ghazali? Known as the Proof of Islam, Abu Hamid Muhammad at Tusi al Ghazali (d.505 AH/111 AC) is regarded as one of the greatest thinkers to have lived after the Pious Predecessors. The Persian philosopher rejected Aristotelian philosophy and the Ihya became the…

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£10
23May
hadith class

Sunday Hadith Class (fortnightly)

At a glance Friendly class every fortnight on Sundays 12-1.30pm with Q&A Live on Zoom. Please contact info@utrujj.org to join. What is being covered? Shaykh Haytham Tamim teaches a selection of hadith from Bulugh al Maram min Adillat al Ahkam by Ibn Hajar al Asqalani. How do I subscribe? The class is just £20 per month. To subscribe for fortnightly sessions please click on the link below: To add attend a one off session, please £10 per session. Add to cart What will you study? Shaykh Haytham analyses the literal meaning of a hadith, and its spiritual implications, as well as its relevance to our lives. Deducing its key themes and concepts, he derives essential lessons for all Muslims. He also gives the fascinating biographies of the narrators and the context of the hadith and how they link to our reality. He highlights the relevant rulings and etiquettes, as well as the difference between cultural and the Islamic practices. Who was Ibn Hajar al Asqalani? Ibn Hajar was a medieval Islamic scholar  (d.852AH= 1449AD) whose contribution to the science of hadith is colossal. He wrote about 150 works on hadith, history, biography, tafseer, poetry, and Shafi'ite jurisprudence. What is Bulugh al Maram? This collection of over 1000 hadith contain the hadith from which legal rulings have been formed in the Shaf'i school, and more widely it is regarded as a seminal collection of hadith regardless of school of thought. Currently we are studying the chapter, Kitab al Jami in which the hadith focus on the etiquette of society and interaction, which form the basis of a kind and caring society. Shaykh Haytham Tamim He is an expert and a holder of some of the highest Ijazas in Quran, Hadith (the Prophetic traditions) and Fiqh (Islamic rulings). His knowledge spans the main Islamic jurisprudence…

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