Jum’a Khutba summary & video 19/07/19 – Sh. Jaffer Ladak

Special Character Building (Akhlaq) Techniques Part 5: Richness of the Heart: An evidence of having peak moral character  VIDEO HERE In our first sermon we took the principle of making one’s private practises excel their public behaviour. The second reminded us to learn from the faults of others. Week three discussed how certain acts cause deficiency in the […]

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Juma Khutba Sh Jaffer Ladak (summary and video) – 14/06 and 21/06

Friday 14 June [Link here] In the Name of Allah, the Most Kind, the Most Merciful   Special Character Building (Akhlaq) Techniques Part 1: Make your private behaviour better than your public behaviour    In this series of Friday Sermons, we shall be focused on improving our character and mannerisms. Each week we will pick […]

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‘Dealing with post Sh Ramadhan blues’: Juma Khutba 07/06 – Sh. Jaffer Ladak

How does Imam Ali (a) recommend to deal with ‘post Sh Ramadhaan blues?’  [video here] One of the common phrases we hear after finishing a journey or interval from somewhere is ‘I have post holiday blues’. This is because after returning to normality or worse still, the rat race, we feel a low compared to the […]

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Juma khutba 19/04/19 Shaykh Jaffer Ladak: Summary and video

In the Name of Allah, the Most Kind, the Most Merciful  Adab al-Ikhtilaaf: The etiquette of dealing with differences of opinion part 3 [Video here] In our first two parts we discussed the following points:1) The Qur’an mentions people were one. When divine knowledge came to guide them, they used this as a means of misguidance against […]

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Juma Khutba 12/04/19 – Sh, Jaffer Ladak: Summary & Video

Adab al-Ikhtilaaf: The etiquettes of dealing with differences of opinion part 2 [Video here] In part 1 we introduced the importance of this topic and how we would navigate the series. We mentioned that we will look at verses of the Qur’an and Ahadith around the topic, give scholarly opinions and stories of how the scholars themselves deal […]

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