Jazakallahu Khayr to all those who showed up to our workshop!
To build on what you learned at Inheritance in Islam, we’ve uploaded all the supporting material that was covered at the workshop! With this, Insha Allah, you will be on your way to gaining a more in-depth of understand of Inhertiance in Islam.
Inheritance in Islam Audio
A Practical Guide to Islamic Law of Inheritance
Inheritance in Islam is always a topic of confusion amongst Muslims. It is an extremely important section of Islam that when necessary to know, not many are knowledgeable of it.
Join us on
Friday , October 27th Saturday, October 28th at 6:30pm-9:30pm, at Al Huda Institute, 5671 McAdam Road, Mississauga.
Unfortunately, our speaker’s flight has been delayed, and he won’t be able to make it for this evening. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.
The workshop has been delayed until tomorrow, Saturday, October 28th, 2017, @ 6:30 pm.
Here’s what will be covered:
• Understand the importance of distribution of wealth according to the principles of Islam
• Develop a deep understanding of how shares are calculated
• Hands-on practice in solving inheritance problems
• Writing a Will that is fair and just
• Recognize the legal steps for wealth distribution according to Islam while living in Canada.
Ever wonder how to become Vice-President of a large corporation? What’s the recipe for success in the corporate world?
Get the inside scoop, tips, and tricks directly from Mohammed Ali, VP of Marketing and Product at VerticalScope. Join us on Saturday, October 14 at 3pm, at Al Huda Institute, 5671 McAdam Road, Mississauga.
RSVP here: http://www.alhudainstitute.ca/project/youth-and-corporate-success/
How much do we know about our neighbours, the Indigenous communities? Are we aware of the problems they have faced in the past and are currently facing? Are there any parallels between the Muslim and Aboriginal communities?
NCCM and Serving Humanity are excited to bring to you our latest lecture, “Understanding Canada’s Aboriginal Histories” on August 12 at 3pm. Queen’s University Professor Robert Lovelace will be coming to talk to us about this concerning issue that is currently happening within the country we call home. Admission to the lecture is free!
Please RSVP to reserve your spot:
How can we develop beneficial relationships with the media? What can we do to ensure that our religion is portrayed as accurately as possible? In today’s day and age, ít’s very important for us, as Muslims, to have a voice in the media. As part of our Youth Workshop Series, Serving Humanity is hosting a mentor workshop which will focus on enabling Muslims to be proactive with the media. Join us at Al Huda Institute for this exciting session on July 22 at 2pm.