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Friday night Iftars

Asalaamu alaykum jazakallah khayrun to all the sisters and brothers who attended our iftar. We had about 30-40 people, much more then we anticipated alhamdulillah!We did have some teething problems! Timings and things, but alhamdulillah we learn so we can do better next time!Due to the success of this event we are planning to continue doing this event on Friday nights during Ramadan. InshaAllah one of the nights will be a “bring your Non Muslim friend/neighbour night” In which we will be inviting Non Muslim members of our community to share iftar with us.Many sisters also offered sadaqah and zakaat for the madrassa alhamdulillah, May Allah accept it from them and reward them!If you would be interested in attending, or know any sisters or brothers who may benefit from attending, please get in touch! jzk Naila

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Why Attend?

As well as the opportunity to support our great cause and improve the community which you live in, attending this event will inshaAllah have a beneficial impact on YOU!

Our speakers are inspiring and motivating, listening to their talsk as we verge in to the last ten nights of Ramadan will a way to invigorate yourself, boost your iman and increase your ilm.

The subject of Sulaiman Ghani’s lecture will be the hadith;

Abu Musa (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: Messenger of Allah  said, “The relationship of the believer with another believer is like (the bricks of) a building, each strengthens the other.”

He  illustrated this by interlacing the fingers of both his hands. [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

Let us together learn how to follow the footsteps of the pious predecessors. How to create the relationships between believers that is commanded by Our Prophet SAS. Our neighbours have rights over us. Let us learn how to fulfill these rights according to the sunnah.

Special Announcement!!

Sheikh SULAIMAN GHANI has confirmed his attendance at our event!

Shaykh Suliman Ghani was born into a noble family from South Africa. He completed his Hifz whilst young, and pursued his Islamic Studies in Pakistan. Having studied there for a period of 3 years, Allah had blessed him to be accepted at Al Azhar University, where he studied for 2 years. In this period, the Shaykh was able to gain many authorisations (Ijazas) in Qur’an, Hadith, Fiqh and Aqeeda etc. The Shaykhs hunger for knowledge had not stopped there. Having studied at Al Azhar, he later travelled to the University of Medina where he stayed for an additional 4 years graduating from the faculty of Hadith. After this the Shaykh picked up his MA in Islamic Studies from SOAS, London. Currently Shaykh Suliman Ghani resides in London, where he Principle of Balham Madrassa and lecturer in Arabic, Islamic studies and Hifz at Tooting Islamic Centre. He is also the Imam at Tooting Islamic Centre.

InshaAllah we can all benefit from his wisdom and knowledge!