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Wednesdays 8pm to 9pm (10 weeks)
Starting 13th January 2021

Synopsis

A short course abridged from the book authored by the great Hanafi Jurist and Mufti of Damascus, Dr. Shaykh Muhammad Abu Yusr ‘Abidin. 

The title the shaykh chose for the book is the verse from Surah Az-Zumar, “Turn to your Lord. Submit to Him before the punishment overtakes you and you can no longer be helped.” (39:54). This course will provide students with an introduction to the discipline of Ihsan/Spirituality, the third dimension of the religion in the well-known hadith of Jibril, upon him peace.

The unique feature of this book is that it utilises stories and anecdotes from the life of the beloved Prophet ﷺ, the noble Sahaba and the early pious Muslims of Islam, to help highlight the main spiritual maladies of the heart and soul, and how to rid oneself of them, whilst delineating fundamental concepts of spiritual refinement, and how to employ these practically in one’s life to cultivate a sound and purified heart.

Any questions, please email cil@wycombemosque.com
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).