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January - March 2017
 

The Islamic History Programme


In just one year learn ‘your’ history from Adam (as), the golden ages of Islam, to the righteous Companions of the Prophet Muhammad (saw) up to the Four Great Imams. Find out about the great prophets of the past and the lives of the Companions of the Prophet (saw) and pious predecessors. In this programme you will cover the following courses:

 

  1. Seerah: Life of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) - (12 Weeks)
  2. Stories of the Prophets - (12 Weeks)
  3. Lives of the khulafa al-rashidun: The Four Rightly Guided Rulers - (12 Weeks)
  4. The Four Great Imams -  (One weekend intensive)
  5. The Lives of the Companions - (One-day intensive)

 

Please note: 

We allow a break between modules to allow students to revise and reflect on each course before proceeding to the next module.


We also allow for a 2 week buffer at the end of the course, as our 10 and 12 weeks courses sometimes have a 1 week break in between the term and also additional classes at the end to recover any unexpected missed classes. You will be informed of the dates when you start the courses.


Start Date Time Duration Fees Discounts Gender Location    
Tue - 18/04/2017 18:00 - 20:30 1 year (no classes during Ramadan 2017) £299.00 Segregated Class Ebrahim College - Whitechapel - TUE

The Islamic History Programme


In just one year learn ‘your’ history from Adam (as), the golden ages of Islam, to the righteous Companions of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) upto the Four Imams. Find out about the great prophets of the past and the lives of the Companions of the Prophet (SAW) and pious predecessors. In this programme you will cover the following courses:
 
 
  1. Seerah: Life of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) - (12 Weeks)
  2. Stories of the Prophets - (12 Weeks)
  3. Lives of the khulafa al-rashidun: The Four Rightly Guided Rulers - (12 Weeks)
  4. The Four Great Imams -  (One weekend intensive)
  5. The Lives of the Companions - (One-day intensive)
 
Stories of the Prophets
 
 
It's time you know what happened to the great prophets of Allah (swt). Have you ever wondered about the stories of the previous prophets and their people?
 
 
A rare 12 week course covering the stories of the lives of over 12 prophets who were sent down before Muhammad (SAW) by Allah (swt) to spread the true message of the oneness of Allah (swt). How much do you know about the story of Adam (as)? Why was Yusuf (as) thrown into a well? What happened with Musa (as) and the Pharoh? Was 'Isa (as) crucified? How did Yunus (as) end up in the belly of the whale? This course will answer all of these questions. Growing up in the UK we often hear the stories of our prophets through the narrations of Christianity. Isn't it time we know what Islam tells us about our prophets?
 
 
 
Seerah: Life of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW)
 
 
This course will trace the life history of our beloved prophet Muhammad (SAW) from the days before the advent of Islam; known as the time of ignorance. The course follows his birth and upbringing through to his receiving of prophet hood, the spread of Islam in Makkah and the immigration to Madinah including his many struggles and battles. The life of the Prophet (SAW) is both inspirational and emotive and is yet full of lessons and anecdotes that continue to unravel themselves to us to this day. Studying the life of the Prophet (SAW) is an absolute must for everyone.
 
 
 
Lives of the Khulafa ar-Rashidun: The Four Rightly Guided Rulers
 
 
This course covers the early post prophetic era and looks at the lives and rule of the four successors to leadership of the Muslims after the passing of the prophet Muhammad (SAW). Students will learn the history and have the opportunity to understand and examine how the condition of Islam and the Muslims compared against politics and other worldly influences in the beloved Prophets legacy.
 
 
The Four Great Imams
 
 
The Four Great Imams who were all Mujtahids played a very vital role in the development of jurisprudence. This course will take you along a motivating journey through the life and genius of Imam Abu Hanifah, the dignity of Imam Malik, the talents of Imam al-Shafi’i and the steadfastness of Imam Ahmad.
 
Imam Abu Hanifa, Imam Malik, Imam Shafi and Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal were all great Muslims and very important figures in the history of Islam. Their teachings laid the foundations of Islamic jurisprudence (fiqh). It is their works and effort that has provided a manual that the Muslims can use to adhere to the laws laid down by the Shari’ah.
 
Islamic Jurisprudence cannot be discussed except under the purview of the four great Imams of fiqh and their schools of thought. It is vital to note and realise that despite the differences of opinion in the matters of fiqh, these blessed Imams had nothing but the utmost respect for each other. A study of their lives will show the level of respect and honour they had for one another.
 
 
This course will cover the following:
 
  • their lives
  • their development in knowledge 
  • their teachers
  • their special qualities
  • their states
  • their books
  • their students
  • the principles of their schools
  • the most famous scholars of their schools
  • the most famous books authored of their schools
  • the development of the schools
  • the origins of their schools
 
 
The Lives of the Companions
 
 
Details to be uploaded soon!

Shaykh Muhammad Sbini


 

Shaykh Muhammad Sbini was born in 1967 in Damascus ( Syria). He studied Shariah under the Grand Mufti of Syria Shaykh Ahmad Keftaro (RA) for about 15 years, at the Shariah Institute for Dawah and Guidance (Abu An-noor).

After he graduated he continued his education in The International Faculty for Dawah ( Damascus). He came to England in 1992 and has been involved in different Islamic activities and taught several different Islamic subjects such as Arabic, Usul Al-Fiqh, Shafe’e Fiqh, Aqeedah, and Seerah.

In 2002 he began lecturing at Ebrahim College and he has taught Arabic and Aqeedah. He currently teaches Seerah of The Prophet Muhmmad (SAW), and the Stories of The Prophets (Qasas Al-Anbiya).

Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu 'alayhi wa sallam)'s letter to the king of Persia

 

 

The Battle of the Trench - Hudhaifah (ra) is sent to spy on the Mushrikeen

 

 

 

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