Hujjat Academy and S I Madressa are pleased to host the following event:
The Lost Sciences – What is knowledge and its purpose? – How does the Islamic view of knowledge compare to other systems? – How can we revive and strengthen the Islamic worldview within ourselves and our community?
Hazwa Studies in Qum for Western students
Speaker: Sh Shuja Mirza Sh Shuja graduated from the Uni of Toronto with degrees in Physics, Computer Science and Math. He worked as an engineer before leaving for the Holy City of Qum in 1990 where he studied in Hawza. He is one of the most senior scholars in Qom originating from the West. Sheikh has setup a Hawza in Qom named School of Islamic and Occidental Studies. This school especially focuses on students originating from the West.
Date: Sunday 2nd Feb
Venue: S I Madressa, Northwood School in the Auditorium (please do NOT park your car in the School Car Park if you are attending this event)
Hujjat Islamic Studies is pleased to announce a new module entitled ‘The Silk Route’ Delivered by Br Iqbal Asaria At Hujjat Islamic Centre, Stanmore on Wednesday evenings at 7.45 pm (14 Nov, 21 Nov, 28 Nov, 5 Dec and 12 Dec)
The five sessions will be
1. The Historic Silk Route
2. The Role of Islam in the Historic Silk Route
3. The New Sea Routes to the East and the Eclipse of the Silk Route – The Rise of US Hegemony
4. The Rise of China and the Belt and Road Initiative
5. The Implications of Chinese Hegemony
Course fee £25
Places are limited – to register, please contact Br Ali Sheriff (email@example.com) or Br Suhail Valji (firstname.lastname@example.org)