Where do we find our ethics and morals? Is it within the books of the everchanging philosophies of the day or rather primarily within the Book of Allah? We find our guidance primarily within the methodologies of Allah (swt) and His Messenger, Muhammad (saw).
Join us for a Sunday evening with two esteemed scholars, Shaykh AbdulNasir Jangda and Mufti Abdul Rahman Waheed, to dissect Surah Hujurat, a chapter in the Holy Qur’an that gives us guidelines on how believers should behave in social settings, and how they can increase in their kindness and etiquettes towards fellow human beings.
This Surah covers the following:
- – How to act when it comes to family and friends;
- – How to navigate unfriendly relationships without compromising the Qur’anic boundaries;
- – How to react when given news of suspicion and defamation;
- – And more!
Sunday, August 13 | 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. | Prayer Hall | $10/person early bird and $20/person after August 6) | In-person only; no live-stream | Register at mcceastbay.org/conduct
Please take advantage of the early bird discount. The price will increase to $20/person.
MCC will host food trucks in the MCC parking lot from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. prior to the event.
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Shaykh AbdulNasir Jangda is the founder, director, and instructor at Qalam. He is a faculty member at the Qalam Seminary, teaching Sahih Bukhari, advanced Tafseer, Usul, Fiqh, and Balagha. He has completed an extensive study of the life of the Prophet ﷺ in the Seerah Podcast. He teaches the Seerah Intensive annually and leads groups on the Seerah Umrah tour and a visit to Masjid Al-Aqsa.
Born and raised in Dallas, he resides there with his wife and three children. He memorized the Qur’an in Karachi at an early age. After high school, he returned to Karachi to study the Islamic sciences full-time at Jamia Binoria, specializing in Fiqh and Tafsir. He graduated from the rigorous ‘alim program in 2001 at the top of his class. He also attained a B.A. and M.A. in Arabic from Karachi University while completing a Master’s in Islamic Studies from the University of Sindh. After returning home, he taught at the local university and Islamic schools and served as the Imam in the Dallas area.
Mufti Abdul Rahman Waheed was born and raised in Lansing, MI. As a youth, he displayed zeal and enthusiasm to involve himself in the religious sciences. At just 9 years of age, Mufti Abdul Rahman went to Toronto, Canada, to pursue his dreams of becoming a Hafidh of the Holy Qur’an. Within a year, he completed the memorization of the Qur’an. He was known to be among the most intelligent students in the school. He continued his 7-year Shariah program in which he studied subjects such as Hadith, Tafseer, Usool al-Hadith, logic, and rhetoric by age 18. After that, Mufti Abdul Rahman traveled to Pakistan to continue his passion for seeking knowledge, where he completed his 2-year Iftaa program, which specializes in Islamic Jurisprudence and Law. He is legally permitted to pass a Fatwa or verdict. He is known for his passion and dedication to learning and teaching the lost history of Islam and provides detailed insight into how Muslims lived throughout the different eras of history. Mufti Abdul Rahman gives insight into various literature in the Islamic world. Mufti Abdul Rahman is a principal and full-time instructor at Michigan Islamic Institute, the brother organization of Miftaah Institute. He travels across North America as a khateeb and lecturer. He is well-known for his calm and down-to-Earth demeanor.