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January 2022

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22May
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Sunday Hadith Class (fortnightly)

At a glance Friendly class every fortnight on Sundays 12-1.30pm followed by Q&A Live on Zoom. 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? To subscribe for fortnightly sessions please click on the link below: Hadith only monthly £20 per month. You may prefer to subscribe to our tafseer class as well as hadith: Tafseer plus hadith monthly £70 per month     Tafseer plus hadith annual £840 per annum   For more details on our tafseer class 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…

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May 2022

23May
London, United Kingdom
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Monday Class on Ghazali’s Ayuhal Walad (taught in Arabic)

What is being covered? Shaykh Haytham Tamim teaches Al Ghazali's: رسالة أيها الولد للإمام الغزالي The Letter My Dear Loving Son (Ayuhal Walad) When is the class? Friendly class every Monday 7-8pm This class is taught in Arabic. ONLINE via ZOOM and Live on Youtube Please contact info@utrujj.org to join. What will you study? Imam Ghazali has left a rich legacy of Islamic literature in the field of Quran, philosophy, logic, aqeedah and revivalism. This letter is one of the last works of Imam Ghazali. It was written in response to a letter received towards the end of his life from one of his students requesting him for advice. The student wrote that the Imam had written various books such as “Ihya Ulum ad-Deen” and others which have the answers to his questions. But he wished to have a summary from the Shaykh that he could keep with himself and act upon always. The student's letter, his actual questions and the identity of the student are not known. This element of anonymity makes it easier for the reader to personalise the letter and read it as if it was meant for the reader. Imam Ghazali’s response letter  discusses spiritual knowledge, knowledge of the heart, of devotion, sincerity and purity (internal and external). This letter is unique. It was written by Imam Ghazali towards the very end of his life. It is enriched by his profound knowledge and self-reflection that came about from his 10 year period of withdrawal from public life, wondering in the wilderness, seeing His signs and witnessing the Majesty of Allah in His creation. Love is the overriding theme of this letter. Love combined with wisdom encompass the words and the meanings of this letter and Shaykh Haytham's commentary will draw out the beautiful lessons, wisdoms and…

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May 2022

23May
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Activate your imaan – Quranic Tafseer

Utrujj Foundation Tafseer Classes Enroll now! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nfcf8MbLBU4 Activate your Imaan and Elevate your status. Join Shaykh Haytham's Tafseer Class. 'Umar bin Al-Khattab (may Allah be pleased with him) reported that the Prophet (peace be on him) said: "Verily, Allah elevates some people with this Qur'an and abases others."  Curriculum Tafseer of Juz Amma (30) Surat Al Araf onwards (Juz 8 - 28) How do I subscribe? MONTHLY SUBCRIPTION I would like to subscribe monthly: Tafseer plus hadith - Pay £70 per month Tafseer  only - Pay £50 per month (£20 per week)  ANNUAL SUSCRIPTION I would prefer to subscribe annually: Tafseer plus hadith - Pay £840 annually Tafseer only - Pay £600 annually  For more info on the hadith class Donation Type One time Recurring Course Times Monday 10.00am -11.30am followed by Q&A Wednesday 10.00am - 11.30am followed by Q&A Course Dates Twice weekly - Mondays & Wednesdays Live with recordings to catch up You will receive the link to join and recordings of each class. 23rd May - 6th July 2022 (no half term) 7 weeks - 14 lessons 5th September - 7th December 2022 (half term w/c 31st October) - 26 lessons January 2023 dates onwards to be advised - 20 lessons Total 60 classes Learning objectives and outcomes Comprehend the meanings of the verses clearly Understand the historical context of the verses Reflect on the depth and layers of meaning as they connect to other verses in the Quran Draw lessons for your life and see how they are relevant to your reality Know the rulings so you can fulfil Allah's commands and refrain from what He prohibited Fulfil the act of worship by contemplating Allah's verses Appreciate the logic and reasoning behind Islamic teachings so that we are better able to practice them within our daily…

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May 2022

26May
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Al Ghazali’s Forty Principles

The Forty Principles of Religion by Imam Al Ghazali Taught by Shaykh Haytham Tamim Followed by Q&A At a glance Every Thursday at 7pm - 8pm 2pm - 3pm EST 7pm-8pm Nigeria 10pm - 11pm UAE 11pm-12pm PST 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 Topic: Part 4: Praiseworthy character traits 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 most frequently recited Islamic text after the Qur'an and the hadith. He combined orthodox Sunni theology and Sufi mysticism in a comprehensive guide to every aspect of…

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