End of times and the Beginning of Quran
Read ~ Understand ~ Reflect
A Two-Week Course
for Brothers 13-21 yrs
Conducted by Ustadh Ahmad Saleem
- Duration: 24th Dec 2018 -to- 3rd Jan 2019
- Weekdays: Monday -to- Thursday
- Timings: 9:00am -to- 3:00pm
- Fees: $160/- one-time (includes materials and meals)
- ∴ Class available onCampus & Online ∴ !
- Perfect the recitation of the Surah al Fatiha
- W2W of Surah Al Fatiha
- Understand the tafseer of Surah Al Fatiha.
- Conduct some reflective Journaling and Discussions.
- Increase the Iman in Akhirah and in Ghabiyaat by learning about 10 Major Signs of Qiyamah.
About the Teachers
Dr. Idrees Zubair
Dr. Idrees Zubair is currently the Director of Al Huda International Welfare Foundation. In 1983, he began his career as a lecturer at the International Islamic University, Islamabad in the Department of Usool-ud-Deen. In 1985, Dr. Zubair went to the University of Glasgow, Scotland to pursue a Ph.D in Hadith Sciences with his wife Dr. Farhat Hashmi. He has previously held the position of Associate Professor in the Islamic Research Institute and also served as the Chairman of the Hadith Department at Allama Iqbal Open University.
Dr. Zubair and his wife Dr. Farhat Hashmi established Al Huda in 1994 with the aim of educating Muslims about the meanings of the Qur’an. Over the last two decades, Al Huda has expanded across many countries around the world with students numbering in the thousands.
Dr. Zubair has lectured in different parts of the world and has taught diverse courses in Islamic Sciences.
Ustadh Ahmad Saleem
Imam Ahmad Saleem specializes in Tafseer and Seerah. He has dedicated more than 7 years studying with Shaykh Diya Al-Faidy, Vice Rector of Nooriya Islamic University, completing more than 20 classical texts in various sciences. In addition, he has completed the Tafseer of the Quran and its word-to-word translation under the tutelage of Dr. Farhat Hashmi. He later completed various texts under the guidance of over 20 scholars during his time in the Middle East. With an acute ability to explain difficult Islamic concepts to the average Muslim, he is a frequently sought-out speaker. In addition to public speaking, he is a certified coach and executive trainer.
Ustadh Dirie Ahmed
Graduated with a certificate in Arabic Language (two-year program) and a diploma in Arabic Language & Islamic Studies (one-year program) from Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University, Riyadh, KSA. Dirie continues to study at the same institute working towards completing his BA in Islamic Law (Sharia).
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is eligible for the course?
- Have the basic ability to read Qur’anic text.
- Fluency in the English language.
- Students must also have a personal interest to learn and understand the Qur’an.
I do not meet the prerequisites of this course. Do you offer any other courses where I can learn the Qur’an?
Yes, Alhamdulillah. Please click here for details on other Onsite & Online courses offered at Al Huda Institute.
What language is the course offered in?
Is there Hifz also in this course?
What are the subjects taught in this course?
|QUR 100||Al-Qur’an – Recitation and Tajweed of Selected Ayaat|
|QUR 101||Al-Qur’an – Translation and Tafsir of Selected Ayaat|
I heard about the course late, can I still join? How will I cover the missed lessons?
Yes, late admissions are accepted upon meeting course prerequisites (see question no.1).You are required to make up for the missed lessons in order to obtain a certificate in Divine Light class 2017. Please discuss with Brother Shuaib for more information.
Are there any age limits?
Boys – 16 and above [Assessment Based].This course is specifically being offered for young boys 16+ and up to mid 20s, to ensure learning progresses in a comfortable and open atmosphere for students, with focus on young male adults and their perceptions, learning expectations are also set as age- appropriate.
My brother/son/nephew is very brilliant but he doesn't meet the minimum age requirement, can he please apply?
Students under the age limit will be interviewed by the Course Coordinator, to determine their level of comprehension. Students who don’t fit the learning expectations of the course are still welcome to attend class as listener.
How do I register?
When are we supposed to register by?
Ideally, registration should be completed before arriving for the first introductory Class on August 8th. If you are late, you may still register as late as the first week of August