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Chapter 25 Intensive Seminar Series

This intensive seminar series will involve a detailed study and analysis of the topics covered as well as the evidences used by different scholars past and present to inform positions that have been taken.

All welcome over 16 years of age. Full day attendance mandatory.

Each seminar will start at 1:30pm with a finish time of 6:45pm.

Course notes and refreshments will be provided.

Tickets: Only £15 All proceeds will go to the mosque.

Available on http://buytickets.at/ch25/

Limited Spaces Available!

 

Venue:

Altrincham & Hale Muslim Association, Grove Lane, Altrincham, WA15 8JQ

Islam & Homosexuality

Ustadh Ahtsham Ali

A very important contemporary topic often defined by two polarised positions: those who believe in the villification and persecution of homosexual people; and in recent years those who argue that the homosexual act is Islamically acceptable. The day seminar will comprise an in depth analysis of the evidences used on both sides followed by a detailed study of the Qur’anic and prophetic narrations on the topic, finally concluding ‘Can you be Muslim and Gay?

Islam, Music & Singing

Shakyh Dr. Munir Ahmed

In depth analysis of the issue of whether Music, Singing and the use of instruments is categorically impermissible in Islam. The seminar will begin by defining terms, Look at various Qur’anic ayat and Hadith that have been used to indicate the impermissibility of Music. Study of the different opinions of the Ulema and Mufasireen as well as the documented opinions within the Madhab. Ultimately hoping insha’Allah to address the question of whether there is total clarity on the impermissibility of Music, the use of instruments and singing.

Understanding Hijab, Khimar & Niqab

Shaykh Dr. Munir Ahmed

Detailed analysis of definitions and the evidences from the Qur’an and Sunnah Discussion on authentic or otherwise in ahadith, various scholarly opinions and some controversial opinions. Concluding with that which carries most weight in the light of maqasid.

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