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Special Prophetic Counsels

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Special Prophetic Counsels
Mondays 8pm to 9pm (10 weeks)
Starting 11th January 2021

About Course

During this short, course we will study some of the special counsels of the Prophet ﷺ that he conveyed to his noble companions, encompassing an array of different topics like sin, god-consciousness, personal worship, relatives, spouses, funerals and washing the dead.

The Prophet ﷺ said, “I have not left any good that will draw you nearer to Allah except I have elucidated it and explained it to you, nor any harm except that I have cautioned you against it and warned you of it.” (Mishkat al-Masabih)

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Counsels (wasaya/وصايا) always imparted due to sincere, compassionate care for one’s brethren. It has come in the hadith of Muadh b. Jabal (ra), the Prophet ﷺ said to him, “O Muadh, I counsel you as a caring brother” (Musnad). The Holy Qur’an also highlights this wonderful Prophetic characteristic of the blessed Messenger ﷺ;

“A Messenger Has come to you from among yourselves. Your suffering distresses him: he is deeply concerned for you and full of kindness and mercy towards the believers.” [9:128]

Presenter

Mr Tanveer Hussain

Shaykh Tanweer studied the Islamic Sciences in Syria for 8 years with notable teachers such as: Shaykh Dr. Samir al-Nass, Shaykh Abdul-Razzaq al-Halabi, Shaykh Adeeb Kallas, Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi, and Shaykh Anas al-Hibri. Sidi Tanweer is a graduate of Ma’had al-Fath al-Islami. Previously he has taught at Shifa School and at the Sacred Sciences Programme. Now he resides in High Wycombe and works for the Wycombe Islamic Mission & Mosque Trust Ltd (WIMMT).