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January 2021

11January
London, United Kingdom
hadith class

Monday Hadith Class (taught in Arabic)

Shaykh Haytham Tamim teaches a selection of hadith in Arabic from Bulugh al Maram min Adillat al Ahkam by Ibn Hajar al Asqalani. Who was Ibn Hajar al Asqalani? Ibn Hajar was a medieval Islamic scholar 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. 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. We are also studying the biographies of the narrators and the context of the hadith and how they link to our reality. We look at relevant rulings and etiquettes, highlighting the difference between the cultural and the Islamic practices. Friendly class followed by Q&A When is the class? Every Monday 6.30-7.30pm ONLINE via ZOOM UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE- PLEASE CONTACT US TO JOIN IN  at info@utrujj.org How much does it cost? £10     (Previously held at Nadi Centre, 260 Old Oak Common Lane, White City, London, NW10 6DX)  

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17January
hadith class

Sunday Hadith Class (fortnightly)

Shaykh Haytham Tamim teaches a selection of hadith from Bulugh al Maram min Adillat al Ahkam by Ibn Hajar al Asqalani. 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. 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. We are also studying the biographies of the narrators and the context of the hadith and how they link to our reality. We look at relevant rulings and etiquettes, highlighting the difference between the cultural and the Islamic practices. Friendly class followed by Q&A When is the class? Fortnightly on Sundays 12-1.30pm with a short break ONLINE VIA ZOOM UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE- PLEASE CONTACT US TO JOIN IN on info@utrujj.org How much does it cost? £10 per session. (Previously held at the Holywell Community Centre, Chaffinch Lane, Watford, Herts, WD18 9QD)    

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20January
London, United Kingdom
women's tafsir class

Wednesday Tafseer Class

A weekly tafseer class with Shaykh Haytham Tamim Currently studying Surat al Anam Exploring its themes and its relevance to our lives today. A friendly class with Q&A Every Wednesday 10am-11.30am ONLINE via ZOOM UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE- PLEASE CONTACT US TO JOIN IN All classes are recorded This class is £10 per session. If you would like to attend please email: info@utrujj.org   (Previous venue: Chipping Barnet Library, 3 Stapylton Road, Barnet, EN5 4QT)  

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21January
Muslim World League, 46 Goodge Street
London,W1T 4LUUnited Kingdom
islamic youth circle

The Thursday Knowledge Circle

Everything a Muslim should know Strengthen your imaan and Increase your knowledge with Shaykh Haytham Tamim Every Thursday at 5.30pm - 6.30pm Followed by Q&A Exploring the essential concepts of Islam, Imaan, and Ihsan in depth ONLINE ON ZOOM UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE- PLEASE CONTACT US TO JOIN IN Explore Islam in a friendly environment and ask questions. For the Zoom link contact: ayesha.khan@utrujj.org   Based on the Hadith Jibril: Umar ibn al-Khattab reported: We were sitting with the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, one day when a man appeared with very white clothes and very black hair. There were no signs of travel on him and we did not recognize him. He sat down in front of the Prophet and rested his knees by his knees and placed his hands on his thighs. The man said, “O Muhammad, tell me about Islam.” The Prophet said, “Islam is to testify there is no God but Allah and Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, to establish prayer, to give charity, to fast the month of Ramadan, and to perform pilgrimage to the House if a way is possible.” The man said, “You have spoken truthfully.” We were surprised that he asked him and said he was truthful. He said, “Tell me about faith.” The Prophet said, “Faith is to believe in Allah, his angels, his books, his messengers, the Last Day, and to believe in providence, its good and its evil.” The man said, “You have spoken truthfully. Tell me about excellence.” The Prophet said, “Excellence is to worship Allah as if you see him, for if you do not see him, he surely sees you.” The man said, “Tell me about the final hour.” The Prophet said, “The one asked does not know more than the one…

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February 2021

06February
death - a new life

Death: A New Life

Add to cart £47   £37 Early Bird (til 28th January) Online Course - On Zoom WATCH LIVE or RECORDED. You will receive a link to join the sessions and the recording afterwards to watch in your own time.   At a glance Saturday 6th & 13th & 20th February 2021 3.45pm to 6.15pm Live Q&A Suitable for Student Profiles**: Busy Bees, New Muslims and Path Seekers Add to cart   What is the course about? ‘Every soul shall taste death.’ Though we all know this ayah well, over the last year death has touched all our lives. We have experienced a collective and close encounter with death. This course will help you understand death and loss. What will be covered? •How to prepare for death, the etiquettes around someone who is dying. •The moment of death. •The presence of angels and shaytan. •The good end and bad end. •The journey of the soul. •An explanation of the grave and barzakh. •The trial of the grave. •The etiquettes of morning and iddah for women. •Understanding death as a conceptual gateway to return to Allah, to eternity versus the end in the western belief system. Loss and grief How does a Muslim deal with death of their loved ones - infants, children, parents, their elders, friends and community members. Etiquettes of talking about the demise of someone, what can we say and can't we say and do. Can women go to funerals and grave yards? Can you hold a khatam? How does one deal with the death of a non Muslim who was very dear to them what can and can't they say. Degrees of Martyrdom. (Are people dying of Covid same as the martyrs of battle?) How to offer funeral prayers. The etiquettes of visiting extremely sick people what can and can't…

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March 2021

13March
prepare for ramdan

Prepare for Ramadan 2021

Bookings will open nearer the time inshallah

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