Living the Qur’an

Explore the Hadith Umm Zar’ with Shaykh Haytham Tamim

Understand what will improve your marriage and what might break it


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Shaykh Haytham Tamim will take you through common problems, extracting pertinent lessons from this hadith so you can cultivate a healthy marriage.

Learn from the comfort of your own home.

You will get the Islamic perspective on marriage from a trusted and experienced Scholar.

You will gain insight into the difficulties you are facing.

Ideal for:

Married Couples – whether you are happily married and want to strengthen your bond, or finding married life a battleground, you will learn more about yourself and how to improve the relationship.

People looking to get married – you will learn how to assess a prospective marriage partner.

Men AND women – you will see marriage from both sides.


I attended the marriage course in May 2019 which was delivered by Shaykh Haytham Tamim.

The marriage course was based on Hadith Umm Zar’, it was a tremendous experience to understand the eleven stories of these couples with an amazing context written back in the 6th century.

I was so impressed about the knowledge of Shaykh Haytham and the way of explaining and visualising each case. It was an excellent choice of a subject and I enjoyed every second of these case stories and learned a lot to apply in our today modern life.

Ahmad Ammouna
Director of Advanced Media Services

I attended the course Shaykh Haytham Tamim delivered on Hadith Umm Zar’ in February 2019. The sessions not only helped me gain an understanding of bad habits and patterns (and good ones) but it helped me realise that many of today’s marriage issues, and how to address these, are not much different from the ones that existed more than 1400 years ago.

The course was very insightful and made absolute sense. I am pleased I was able to attend this course and recommend it for anyone who is married or about to get married.

Yahya Janoudi
Vice President – Facilities.
FIE: The Foundation for International Education

I attended Sheikh Haytham Tamim’s course on marriage based on the narration of the Umm Zar’ hadith. I found it very beneficial, especially since I was a newly married individual at the time. The sheikh made it very relevant and his expertise in the Arabic language enabled us to delve deeper into the hadith and extract many lessons from it. The sheikh gives great attention to detail in his explanations and evidently prepares very well for his lessons. I would highly recommend others to attend these lessons as they will not regret it.

Mustafa Kawadri
Structural Engineer

About the instructor:

Shaykh Haytham Tamim brings decades of experience in guiding couples on how to resolve their marital problems. He will give you invaluable insight into delicate relationship and how to improve it.

Based on the experiences of 11 women in this hadith, you can discover how to strengthen your relationship, identify the positives and negatives, pinpoint the pressures and cultural factors which derail it, and learn how to strike a balance

Marriage is meant to be a source of tranquillity and peace. A source of love and security, as well as bond between two people and their families. It is the basic building block for the home and for society.

Be equipped to ‘Learn, Love and Live Islam’ because one cannot understand without learning, one cannot love without understanding and one cannot truly live Islam without loving it.

You will receive

Video 1: Introduction

Video 2: The etiquettes of gatherings and privacy in a marriage

Video 3: The Camel – 4 common marriage problems. How to improve communication in marriage.


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