Come and find out about the subjects on offer, meet the teachers and speak to fellow students.
You can chose to enrol onto the full course or take selected modules of your choice. So if you’re looking to learn higher books in Hadith, learn Arabic as a new language or simply want to brush up your day to day acts of worship then this course is for you!
Modules on offer:
Arabic Language (Speaking)
Arabic Language (Reading & Writing)
Arabic Grammar (Syntax)
Arabic Grammar (Morphology)
The Open Day starts at 6:00 pm on Monday 5th September 2011, inshallah.
Compass Learning Centre
Kelsall Street (off Featherstall Road)
The Alim class is for males aged 14 and over. We offer more courses for learners of different ages and needs. If you are looking for something different please call 0161 652 5655 for more information.
For women’s Islamic courses please call 0752 349 5565.
Review of translation: Al-La Madhhabiyya, Abandoning the Madhhabs
By Mansur Ali.Review of translation: Al-La Madhhabiyya, Abandoning the Madhhabs is the most dangerous Bid’ah Threatning the Islamic Shari’ah, by Sheikh al-Buti, translated by M. Merza, M.A. Absi and S. Abdul Aziz. (Damascus: Sunni Publications, 2007), pp. 180, size 14×21 cm, £9.49.
There are three types of people with regards to their attitude towards the Quran and Sunna: first of all there is the literalist who does not see beyond the ink, secondly there is the intellectual who believes his rational thinking is not bound by the scriptures and finally there is the aesthetic who is drowned in the inner beauty of the words and is unable to come up to the surface. It is only through a fine fusion of the three that a perfect equilibrium can be maintained. Continue reading