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    One-day seminar on Islamic Finance | Dr M Akram Nadwi

    Al-Salam Institute | SAT 7th May 2016 | London & Online In this intensive one-day seminar Shaykh Akram will go through the different components of Islamic Finance – including banking, economics and developments in the financial sector that affect (or will soon affect) day-to-day living. Date: SAT 7th MAY 2016 Time: 09:30 - 17:00 GMT Venue: London E1 & Online Enrol now: www.alsalam.ac.uk/islamic-finance
  2. One-day seminar on Islamic Finance | Dr M Akram Nadwi
  3. Al-Salam Institute

    Al-Salam Institute announcements

    Sacred Sciences Journey 2016 | Fez & Rabat, Morocco The Sacred Sciences Journey (SSJ) is an exclusive ASI programme designed to enhance participants’ spiritual development. Students will travel with Shaykh Akram to visit and study under a number of scholars from around the globe. Exposure to different international scholars enables students to truly develop a global insight. In March 2016, the SSJ will take students to North Africa to the heart of Maliki scholarship; Morocco. Students will spend 10 days studying an intensive syllabus and connecting with the students of the Islamic Scholarship Programme, both junior and senior. The programme of study has been prepared for Al-Salam Institute's full time students and external applicants alike - so that attendees from all backgrounds are able to benefit inshallah. There will be a minimum of 4 hours’ instruction on a daily basis. In addition, participants will travel to meet and receive ijazah from a number of the senior 'ulama. This incredible journey will allow students to participate in collecting different ijazahs and isnads from scholars that link one to the scholarly traditions around the world. The Sacred Sciences Journey is an extension of the glorious Muslim tradition of students travelling in order to obtain religious knowledge; as heralded in this hadith in Sahih Muslim: “Whoever walks a path of knowledge (tariq), Allah makes easy for him the path to Paradise.” Find out more: http://www.alsalaminstitute.org/ssj2016/
  4. Al-Salam Institute

    Al-Salam Institute announcements

    Sacred Sciences Journey 2016 | Fez & Rabat, Morocco The Sacred Sciences Journey (SSJ) is an exclusive ASI programme designed to enhance participants’ spiritual development. Students will travel with Shaykh Akram to visit and study under a number of scholars from around the globe. Exposure to different international scholars enables students to truly develop a global insight. In March 2016, the SSJ will take students to North Africa to the heart of Maliki scholarship; Morocco. Students will spend 10 days studying an intensive syllabus and connecting with the students of the Islamic Scholarship Programme, both junior and senior. The programme of study has been prepared for Al-Salam Institute's full time students and external applicants alike - so that attendees from all backgrounds are able to benefit inshallah. There will be a minimum of 4 hours’ instruction on a daily basis. In addition, participants will travel to meet and receive ijazah from a number of the senior 'ulama. This incredible journey will allow students to participate in collecting different ijazahs and isnads from scholars that link one to the scholarly traditions around the world. The Sacred Sciences Journey is an extension of the glorious Muslim tradition of students travelling in order to obtain religious knowledge; as heralded in this hadith in Sahih Muslim: “Whoever walks a path of knowledge (tariq), Allah makes easy for him the path to Paradise.” Find out more: http://www.alsalaminstitute.org/ssj2016/
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    Al-Salam Institute announcements

    Youtube link to trailer: Introduction to Islamic Jurisprudence Course Overview: This course will cover the main areas of principles of Islamic jurisprudence (usul al-fiqh), and the historic, social and religious factors in the development of Islamic legal schools. The focus will be the four primary sources of Islamic law, together with the supplementary sources used in the practice of ijtihad (independent legal deduction). Primary Text: Mabadi Fi Usul al-Fiqh by Shaykh Mohammad Akram Nadwi About the Text: Mabadi Fi Usul al-Fiqh by Shaykh Akram Nadwi is part of a series of five books written by Shaykh Akram Nadwi in order to introduce the sciences of Quran, Hadith, fiqh and Arabic language. The book provides an introduction to Usul al-Fiqh in a concise yet comprehensive way making a suitable book for a beginner. Teaching Method: During the course the primary text will be read in Arabic along with its translation, commentary and relevance to the wider field. There will be an encouragement for the teaching to be interactive, with questions both posed of the students and welcomed from them. Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to: Demonstrate an understanding of the development of usul al-fiqh Show an understanding of the methodology of Islamic law-making Critically discuss the primary and supplementary sources of Islamic law Analyse the arguments and propositions used in legal rulings (fatwas) Course Content: The course will cover the following topics: History of Islamic law Factors involved in the emergence of the Islamic legal schools Ijtihad (independent legal deduction) The first source of law: the Quran The second source of law: the Sunnah The third source of law: qiyas (analogical reasoning) The fourth source of law: ijma' (consensus of the community) Supplementary sources of law Differences in the methodology of various legal schools Details Sunday 20th December 2015 Venue: Whitechapel, London E1 Online: Live & On-Demand Time: 09:00 – 17:00 For more Info and Register: http://www.alsalaminstitute.org/mabadi-fi-usul-al-fiqh/
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    Al-Salam Institute announcements

    Course Overview: This course will cover the main areas of principles of Islamic jurisprudence (usul al-fiqh), and the historic, social and religious factors in the development of Islamic legal schools. The focus will be the four primary sources of Islamic law, together with the supplementary sources used in the practice of ijtihad (independent legal deduction). Primary Text: Mabadi Fi Usul al-Fiqh by Shaykh Mohammad Akram Nadwi About the Text: Mabadi Fi Usul al-Fiqh by Shaykh Akram Nadwi is part of a series of five books written by Shaykh Akram Nadwi in order to introduce the sciences of Quran, Hadith, fiqh and Arabic language. The book provides an introduction to Usul al-Fiqh in a concise yet comprehensive way making a suitable book for a beginner. Teaching Method: During the course the primary text will be read in Arabic along with its translation, commentary and relevance to the wider field. There will be an encouragement for the teaching to be interactive, with questions both posed of the students and welcomed from them. Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to: Demonstrate an understanding of the development of usul al-fiqh Show an understanding of the methodology of Islamic law-making Critically discuss the primary and supplementary sources of Islamic law Analyse the arguments and propositions used in legal rulings (fatwas) Course Content: The course will cover the following topics: History of Islamic law Factors involved in the emergence of the Islamic legal schools Ijtihad (independent legal deduction) The first source of law: the Quran The second source of law: the Sunnah The third source of law: qiyas (analogical reasoning) The fourth source of law: ijma' (consensus of the community) Supplementary sources of law Differences in the methodology of various legal schools Details Sunday 20th December 2015 Venue: Whitechapel, London E1 Online: Live & On-Demand Time: 09:00 – 17:00 For more Info and Register: http://www.alsalaminstitute.org/mabadi-fi-usul-al-fiqh/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abQCM4wAJGM
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    Al-Salam Institute announcements

    Course Overview: This course will cover the main areas of principles of Islamic jurisprudence (usul al-fiqh), and the historic, social and religious factors in the development of Islamic legal schools. The focus will be the four primary sources of Islamic law, together with the supplementary sources used in the practice of ijtihad (independent legal deduction). Primary Text: Mabadi Fi Usul al-Fiqh by Shaykh Mohammad Akram Nadwi About the Text: Mabadi Fi Usul al-Fiqh by Shaykh Akram Nadwi is part of a series of five books written by Shaykh Akram Nadwi in order to introduce the sciences of Quran, Hadith, fiqh and Arabic language. The book provides an introduction to Usul al-Fiqh in a concise yet comprehensive way making a suitable book for a beginner. Teaching Method: During the course the primary text will be read in Arabic along with its translation, commentary and relevance to the wider field. There will be an encouragement for the teaching to be interactive, with questions both posed of the students and welcomed from them. Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to: Demonstrate an understanding of the development of usul al-fiqh Show an understanding of the methodology of Islamic law-making Critically discuss the primary and supplementary sources of Islamic law Analyse the arguments and propositions used in legal rulings (fatwas) Course Content: The course will cover the following topics: History of Islamic law Factors involved in the emergence of the Islamic legal schools Ijtihad (independent legal deduction) The first source of law: the Quran The second source of law: the Sunnah The third source of law: qiyas (analogical reasoning) The fourth source of law: ijma' (consensus of the community) Supplementary sources of law Differences in the methodology of various legal schools Details Sunday 20th December 2015 Venue: Whitechapel, London E1 Online: Live & On-Demand Time: 09:00 – 17:00 For more Info and Register: http://www.alsalaminstitute.org/mabadi-fi-usul-al-fiqh/
  8. Al-Salam Institute

    Al-Salam Institute announcements

    Course Overview This course will cover the main areas of Islamic jurisprudence (usul al-fiqh), and the historic, social and religious factors in the development of Islamic legal schools. The focus will be the four primary sources of Islamic law, together with the supplementary sources used in the practice of ijtihad (independent legal deduction). About the Text: Mabadi Fi Usul al-Fiqh by Shaykh Akram nadwi is part of a series of five books written by shaykh Akram nadwi in order to introduce the sciences of Quran, Hadith, fiqh and Arabic language. The book provides an introduction to usul al-Fiqh in a concise yet comprehensive way making a suitable book for a beginner. Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to: - Demonstrate an understanding of the development of usul al-fiqh - Show an understanding of the methodology of Islamic law-making - Critically discuss the primary and supplementary sources of Islamic law - Analyse the arguments and propositions used in legal rulings (fatwas) The course will cover the following topics: - History of Islamic law - Factors involved in the emergence of the Islamic legal schools - Ijtihad (independent legal deduction) - The first source of law: the Quran - The second source of law: the Sunnah - The third source of law: qiyas (analogical reasoning) - The fourth source of law: ijma’ (consensus of the community) - Supplementary sources of law - Differences in the methodology of various legal schools About the Teacher Shaykh Dr. Mohammad Akram Nadwi, a graduate of the world renowned Nadwatul Ulama, India, is a Muḥaddith. He has a doctorate in Arabic Language and has authored and translated over 30 titles on Language, Jurisprudence, Qurʾān and Ḥadīth. Shaykh Akram worked as a research fellow at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies for over 20 years. He is currently a Senior Lecturer of Advanced Islamic Sciences at Al-Salam Institute, London. Details Sunday 20th December 2015 Venue: Whitechapel, London E1 Online: Live Worldwide & Recorded Access Time: 09:00 – 17:00 Onsite: £25 Livestream (+ 5 Day Recorded Access): £35 30 Day Recorded Access: £45 More info: http://www.alsalaminstitute.org/mabadi-fi-usul-al-fiqh/
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    Al-Salam Institute announcements

    **NOT TO BE MISSED | THIS SATURDAY 5th DECEMBER** Recent events from around the globe have left Muslims and non-Muslims alike questioning the legitimacy of groups who claim to represent Islam and the wider Muslim community. The emergence of such factions and splinter groups can be seen throughout the entire history of Islam as a religious, social and political entity. There are many examples of groups who have rallied together around a cause or a charismatic individual, claiming to be the true followers of the Prophet and the sole custodians of the path to salvation. There are further examples of individuals responding positively to this claim in spite of the flawed reasoning and arguments that these groups put forward as their proofs or justifications. The realities of the early sects in Islam is often distorted and obfuscated in today’s scholarship, being the one topic that can be identified as the focal point of disunity in the religion. As Muslims we must be aware of the different sects of the past so that we can avoid falling into the traps of the present. In the below video, Shaykh Akram Nadwi explains the importance of having accurate and comprehensive knowledge of the practices of the early Muslim sects. The contemporary implications of the socio-political movements in the history of Islam will be taught in his intensive one-day seminar, taking place this Saturday 5th December. Watch Video and get your tickets: http://alsalaminstit...f-muslim-sects/ Further information: E - info@alsalaminstitute.org T - 020 8090 1623 Al-Salam Institute
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    Al-Salam Institute announcements

    **NOT TO BE MISSED | THIS SATURDAY 5th DECEMBER** Recent events from around the globe have left Muslims and non-Muslims alike questioning the legitimacy of groups who claim to represent Islam and the wider Muslim community. The emergence of such factions and splinter groups can be seen throughout the entire history of Islam as a religious, social and political entity. There are many examples of groups who have rallied together around a cause or a charismatic individual, claiming to be the true followers of the Prophet and the sole custodians of the path to salvation. There are further examples of individuals responding positively to this claim in spite of the flawed reasoning and arguments that these groups put forward as their proofs or justifications. The realities of the early sects in Islam is often distorted and obfuscated in today’s scholarship, being the one topic that can be identified as the focal point of disunity in the religion. As Muslims we must be aware of the different sects of the past so that we can avoid falling into the traps of the present. In the below video, Shaykh Akram Nadwi explains the importance of having accurate and comprehensive knowledge of the practices of the early Muslim sects. The contemporary implications of the socio-political movements in the history of Islam will be taught in his intensive one-day seminar, taking place this Saturday 5th December. Watch Video and get your tickets: http://alsalaminstitute.org/history-of-muslim-sects/ Further information: E - info@alsalaminstitute.org T - 020 8090 1623 Al-Salam Institute
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    Al-Salam Institute announcements

    **NOT TO BE MISSED EVENT | THIS SATURDAY 5th DECEMBER!!** Recent events from around the globe have left Muslims and non-Muslims alike questioning the legitimacy of groups who claim to represent Islam and the wider Muslim community. The emergence of such factions and splinter groups can be seen throughout the entire history of Islam as a religious, social and political entity. There are many examples of groups who have rallied together around a cause or a charismatic individual, claiming to be the true followers of the Prophet and the sole custodians of the path to salvation. There are further examples of individuals responding positively to this claim in spite of the flawed reasoning and arguments that these groups put forward as their proofs or justifications. The realities of the early sects in Islam is often distorted and obfuscated in today’s scholarship, being the one topic that can be identified as the focal point of disunity in the religion. As Muslims we must be aware of the different sects of the past so that we can avoid falling into the traps of the present. In the below video, Shaykh Akram Nadwi explains the importance of having accurate and comprehensive knowledge of the practices of the early Muslim sects. The contemporary implications of the socio-political movements in the history of Islam will be taught in his intensive one-day seminar, taking place this Saturday 5th December. Watch Video and get your tickets: http://alsalaminstitute.org/history-of-muslim-sects/ Further information: E - info@alsalaminstitute.org T - 020 8090 1623 Al-Salam Institute
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