Hifdh Program

Hifdh Program

Our Hifdh and Arabic Language Institute Within the Muslim community the Hifdh and Quran is an essential tool for our leaders since it equips them with the necessary knowledge required for leading the daily prayers and guiding others in a holistic way. Started in December 2014. this department strives to produce Hafiz of the QuranRead more about Hifdh Program[…]

Qur’an reading practice

Qur’an reading practice

Description: In this course we will have a teacher individually listening and guiding learners to improvements in their reading capabilities. Sessions: Excluding holidays there are 18 sessions before Ramadhaan.. Teachers: Will be Qualified teachers with Ijazah in Qiraat Location: Room 9 NureIslam Masjid (air-condition private classrooms)

Q2Q for this Ramadhaan !!

Q2Q for this Ramadhaan !!

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Read Quran for this Ramadhaan !!

Qaaida to Quran…Q2Q

Introduction: This course is designed for those who do not know how to read the Holy Quran with their phonetics (vowels) and accent. The course is designed to take learners from no knowledge of the Arabic language to a being able to read the Quran. During the course, all necessary material will be provided.

Curriculum topics: Read more about Q2Q for this Ramadhaan !!

Usul al-Hadith and Hadith Studies

Usul al-Hadith and Hadith Studies

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Usul al-Hadith and Hadith Studies Course!!!

(A 10 session course starts now..) 

Introduction: Usul al-Hadith and Hadith Studies explores one of the most advanced
sciences in the history of mankind in any branch of knowledge. The precision and the sophistication in which the hadith sciences operate is truly mind blowing.

However many scholars and academics including Muslims themselves are unaware of this highly developed science. Read more about Usul al-Hadith and Hadith Studies

Muslim Contribution to Science

Muslim Contribution to Science

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By: Mufti Hanif Patel

The Qur’an repeatedly highlights the importance of acquiring knowledge and an education. The first command of the Quran was to “Read in the name of you Lord Who created; He created man from a clot. Read and your Lord is most Honourable, Who taught to write with the pen, taught man what he did not know””. The same command is reiterated later on, Read more about Muslim Contribution to Science