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    Introduction to the Prophetic Sirah


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    The authentic biography of the noble Prophet Muhammad [peace be upon him] is distinctly clear, realistic and complete, in fact, fundamentally transparent. It is so explicitly chronicled that every minute detail of his life is commented upon to such an extent that after reading it, one seems to entertain the idea of having met and lived with the Prophet [peace be upon him] himself. Likewise, it is so thoroughly dynamic that almost every available aspect of human life possible has been covered.

    Most of all, it is so veritably recounted that every human being from all walks of life can relate and identify with it. His sorrows and joys, successes and failures are so real, inspiring and uplifting that they find semblance in our very own lives, too. Through it all, you can see his relationship with God, his dealings with his fellowmen, his own private and personal life---whether being a husband, father, brother, friend, neighbour, leader, etc. In whichever aspect of his life, he is every inch the epitome of a complete human model or example, a distinction which can be concluded from his entire life story and one that is definitely resolved, bolstered and galvanized by the Revelation of God itself.EAIS invites you to a journey discovering the life of the most influential man to set foot on Earth [Peace be upon him]


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    Sheikh Mohammad Akram Nadwi is from the Indian city of Lucknow . He is a graduate of the world renowned Nadwatul 'Ulama ( India ) where he studied and taught shari'ah.
    Sheikh Akram is a Muhaddith of the highest calibre who has specialised in 'Ilm ul Rijal [the study of the narrators of Hadith]. He has Ijaza (licenses) from many of the most renowned scholars of our time including Sheikh Abul Hasan Ali Al-Nadwi, Sheikh Abdul-Fattah Abu Ghuddah and Sheikh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi. He has a doctorate in Arabic Language and has authored and translated over 20 titles on Fiqh, Qur'an and Hadith including his monumental 40 volume work on the lives of female scholars of Hadith. His scholastic status is acknowledged internationally.

    He is currently a research fellow at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, Oxford University.


    Sunday | 12 Oct 2008 | 4pm 6pm | Sh M.Akram


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    Unit 1, 33-35 Commercial Road
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    The European Academy for Islamic Studies which is situated behind the East London Mosque [Commercial Rd] will be holding lectures and lessons on the prophetic life of the Messenger every Sunday between 4pm - 6pm for free. These lessons are mainly for the full time and part time students at the Academy, but public are also invited to attend.

    Teachers and Lecturers include:


    Shaykh Dr M.Akram Nadwi
    Shaykh Abdul Hadi Arwani
    Shaykh Haytham al Haddad
    Shaykh Suhaib Hasan
    Dr Tariq Ramadan
    Shaykh Dr Dawud Abdullah
    Dr Azzam Tamimi
    Dr Abdul Hakim Murad [T.J Winter]
    Shaykh Dr Abu Yusuf Riyad ul Haq
    Shaykh Abdul Qayyum
    Dr Tahir Hafiz
    Shaykh Farid Shayyal
    Shaykh Abdur Rahman Zaidi
    Shaykh Ahmad Amir
    Dr Abul Kalam Azad
    Dr Kemal Hebawi
    Ustadh Abdullah al-Hasan


    Sunday | 12 Oct 2008 | 4pm 6pm | Sh M.Akram Nadwi


    The authentic biography of the noble Prophet Muhammad [peace be upon him] is distinctly clear, realistic and complete, in fact, fundamentally transparent. It is so explicitly chronicled that every minute detail of his life is commented upon to such an extent that after reading it, one seems to entertain the idea of having met and lived with the Prophet [peace be upon him] himself. Likewise, it is so thoroughly dynamic that almost every available aspect of human life possible has been covered.

    Most of all, it is so veritably recounted that every human being from all walks of life can relate and identify with it. His sorrows and joys, successes and failures are so real, inspiring and uplifting that they find semblance in our very own lives, too. Through it all, you can see his relationship with God, his dealings with his fellowmen, his own private and personal life---whether being a husband, father, brother, friend, neighbour, leader, etc. In whichever aspect of his life, he is every inch the epitome of a complete human model or example, a distinction which can be concluded from his entire life story and one that is definitely resolved, bolstered and galvanized by the Revelation of God itself. EAIS invites you to a journey discovering the life of the most influential man to set foot on Earth [Peace be upon him]

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    European Academy for Islamic Studies [EAIS]

    Unit 1, 33-35 Commercial Road
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    Salam, the lesson by Dr Akram Nadwi was brilliant and uplifting, masha'Allah. We had a full house at the Academy, alhamdulillah. Make sure you attend next week if you missed it this week IA.

    wslm

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    Br. Middlepath, do you happen to know if the lessons are being recorded? If so, how can we get hold of them?

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    Salam,

    masha'allah the list of speakers look great but this is a publicity stunt,

    i asked a few teachers mentioned if they had given consent or been contacted, and they said they havent even been approached!!! they dont know anythng about this.... and how can you have moderates and traditionalists interpreting seerah at the same time?? there will be no balance in msg

    e.g. t.ramadan vs riyad ul haque- there night and day dfferent

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    Sunday | 19 Oct 2008 | 4pm 6pm | Dr Dawud Abdullah

    The authentic biography of the noble Prophet Muhammad [peace be upon him] is distinctly clear, realistic and complete, in fact, fundamentally transparent. It is so explicitly chronicled that every minute detail of his life is commented upon to such an extent that after reading it, one seems to entertain the idea of having met and lived with the Prophet [peace be upon him] himself. Likewise, it is so thoroughly dynamic that almost every available aspect of human life possible has been covered.

    Most of all, it is so veritably recounted that every human being from all walks of life can relate and identify with it. His sorrows and joys, successes and failures are so real, inspiring and uplifting that they find semblance in our very own lives, too. Through it all, you can see his relationship with God, his dealings with his fellowmen, his own private and personal life---whether being a husband, father, brother, friend, neighbour, leader, etc. In whichever aspect of his life, he is every inch the epitome of a complete human model or example, a distinction which can be concluded from his entire life story and one that is definitely resolved, bolstered and galvanized by the Revelation of God itself. EAIS invites you to a journey discovering the life of the most influential man to set foot on Earth [Peace be upon him]

    Brothers and Sisters Welcome - - Complete Islamic Environment


    European Academy for Islamic Studies [EAIS]

    Unit 1, 33-35 Commercial Road
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    weird combination having daud abdullah after a great scholar like Shaykh Akram.

    i think we shud stick to Ulama when doing Sirah, its very important what msg you give out,

    allahualam

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    The authentic biography of the noble Prophet Muhammad [peace be upon him] is distinctly clear, realistic and complete, in fact, fundamentally transparent. It is so explicitly chronicled that every minute detail of his life is commented upon to such an extent that after reading it, one seems to entertain the idea of having met and lived with the Prophet [peace be upon him] himself. Likewise, it is so thoroughly dynamic that almost every available aspect of human life possible has been covered.

    Most of all, it is so veritably recounted that every human being from all walks of life can relate and identify with it. His sorrows and joys, successes and failures are so real, inspiring and uplifting that they find semblance in our very own lives, too. Through it all, you can see his relationship with God, his dealings with his fellowmen, his own private and personal life---whether being a husband, father, brother, friend, neighbour, leader, etc. In whichever aspect of his life, he is every inch the epitome of a complete human model or example, a distinction which can be concluded from his entire life story and one that is definitely resolved, bolstered and galvanized by the Revelation of God itself. EAIS invites you to a journey discovering the life of the most influential man to set foot on Earth [Peace be upon him]

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    Dr Shaykh Suhaib Hasan

    Sunday | 02 Nov 2008 | 4pm 6pm | Sh Suhaib Hasan

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    Quote Originally Posted by rabz View Post
    Salam,

    masha'allah the list of speakers look great but this is a publicity stunt,

    i asked a few teachers mentioned if they had given consent or been contacted, and they said they havent even been approached!!! they dont know anythng about this.... and how can you have moderates and traditionalists interpreting seerah at the same time?? there will be no balance in msg
    I Agree!

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    Thnk you for you comments. We pray the classes are a success and so far they are alhamdulillah.

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