Organizing Institution: Islamic Help
Contact email: [email protected]
Start Date: February 10, 2023 (06:00)
End Date: February 10, 2023 (09:00 GMT)
The East London Mosque & London Muslim Centre – London – United Kingdom
Venue: London Muslim Centre – Ground Floor Hall, 46 Whitechapel Road, E1 1JX
Date: Friday 10th Feb – Doors Open At 5:30PM. Event Starts At 6:00PM
“And of His signs is that He created for you from yourselves mates that you may find tranquillity in them; and He placed between you affection and mercy. Indeed, in that are signs for a people who reflect.”
Are you looking to get married and want to understand marriage in its best form? Or are you already married and looking for ways to strengthen your relationship?
Join us on a journey as we explore the marriage between the best of examples, the best of all creation, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and Khadijah (ra). Learn ways to improve yourself and your life with your current or future spouse. This one-day seminar will give you a brilliant insight into the pre-married and married life of the Prophet (pbuh), grasp some important practical lessons in the form of patience, love, affection, faith, support, and more.
The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and Khadijah (ra) had the most successful marriages ever known to man. Their union was beautiful, one that we can and should take examples from and be inspired by. Like us today, they too went through hardships and struggles. They suffered from poverty, loss of children, broke down social and traditional barriers, and faced many other trials that are relevant for us to learn from.
A brief outline of topics covered:
- Their lineages and early years before marriage
- The proposal and marriage contract
- Married life before the revelation
- The coming of revelation and the start of prophethood
- Married life after the revelation
- The latter years of the marriage and the hardship faced by the Muslims in Makkah
- The Prophet (pbuh) remembers Khadijah (ra) after her death
The Teacher – Shaykh Dr. Abu Ibrahim
Shaykh Dr. Abu Ibrahim has a PhD in law, specialising in Islamic Family Law. He also has a Masters in Islamic studies and has completed his Alim course. He has written academic papers published by both Cambridge and Oxford University. The Shaykh is an Imam and Khateeb and delivers Islamic lectures throughout the UK. He regularly works with Muslim charities, community organisations, and educational institutions including Islamic Societies (ISocs). He currently sits as an Islamic advisor on the board of several NGOs dealing with issues such as Islamic marriage and divorce, mental health, and youth in society. He is also a family and relationship counsellor.
We strongly recommend that you are prepared to take notes during the seminar.
TERMS & CONDITIONS AND EVENT RULES:
1. Strictly no video or audio recording is allowed.
2. Please try to wear a mask to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.
3. If you have any Covid-19 symptoms, please do not attend this event.
4. Seating will be segregated and is on a first-come, first-served basis, this means if you arrive late, there is a chance you will not be allowed to enter the venue as there is a seating capacity. Due to the number of people who book tickets and then do not turn up to events, we need to oversubscribe for the events.
5. Organisers reserve the right to refuse entry or evict any individual or group at any time at the organisers discretion.
6. Your ticket has no monetary value, we will not provide any cash or financial refunds.
We appreciate that it can be difficult to attend valuable seminars when you have children to take care of and its difficult to find a child minder. Children are welcome to attend this event with you however they must be kept with you at all times. If your child is restless or makes a lot of noise, please do not bring them to this event as they will disturb other attendees and the seminar instructor. If your child makes a lot of noise and you are unable to calm them down, if they continue to run around the venue or between the seating areas, we will unfortunately have to ask you to leave. If you bring your child in a pram / push chair please DO NOT block the pathway with the pram / push chair as this will cause a health and safety issue and we will ask you to move or leave.
Food will not be served at this event, as this event is in the evening, we appreciate that some people might want to bring food with them, this is perfectly fine however please try to avoid any food which carries a strong smell as this could disturb other attendees. We will try our best to have a snack stall available during the event where items can be purchased.
During this seminar, we will have a short fundraising segment to support Islamic Help’s Humanitarian Aid Projects.
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The East London Mosque & London Muslim Centre
82-92 Whitechapel Road
London , E1 1JQ United Kingdom
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