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Tue 07 Jul 2020

New Tawheed Classes for Beginners and Advanced Levels

New Tawheed Course

Teacher:Sheikh Mohammad Tarawnah
First Day:Saturday 8th February 2020
Then every Saturday after
Time:Beginners Course: 12 Noon - 1.30pm
Advanced Course: 2pm - 3pm
Location:Basement Hall B
Duration:10 Weeks
Certification of completion will be provided

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Tawheed course (Islamic monotheism) for Beginners

This course aims to provide students with a clear understanding of Tawheed (Islamic monotheism). The course covers a vast range of matters which are fundamental principles for a Muslim to know including; the meaning of Tawhid, the categories of Tawheed and the types of shirk (polytheism), understanding pillars or Islam and pillars of Iman (Hadeeth Jibril). Students will also gain knowledge of aspects of Islam such as transcendency and "seeing Allah". As well as this, students will benefit from a clear comprehension of which matters are destructive for a believer's Tawhid, including Saint Worship and Grave Worship in meaningful contexts. Frequent question and answer time will also be provided throughout the lessons allowing students to gain immediate answers to further their learning as well as maintain a progressive learning environment.

Day and Time: Saturdays from 12 Noon - 1.30pm

Tawheed course (Islamic monotheism) Advanced Level

This course aims to provide students with a solid foundation for gaining a deep understanding Tawheed (Islamic monotheism). It covers the meaning of Tawheed and the meaning of La illaha illa Allah categories of Tawheed, importance of calling to Tawheed as the duties of the messengers of Allaah was to call to Tawheed (the oneness of Allah). what nullifies Tawheed, clear comprehension of the three fundamental principles of Islaam. Moreover, this course aims to teach the students to follow the Qur'an and Sunnah of the Prophet (saw), in order to overcome the doubtful matters. And other Aqeedah matters such as the status of the Prophet (saw), the Shafa'ah (Intercession) and the types, rulings of seeking Istigaatha (seeking aid) from other than Allah. Questions and Answers time will be provided to students throughout the lesson and after, to encourage an effective way of learning.

Day and time: Saturdays from 2pm to 3pm

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