Administrator on April 12th, 2008
Makkah Mosque study circles are open to Muslims and non-Muslims, brothers and sisters who have an interest in learning about Islam. Currently, the topic of the study circle is:
Following completion of the basic fiqh of salah, we are now studying the 30th Juz of the Holy Qur’an. The Circle is conducted by Qari Hafiz Muhammad Asim, and we are going through correct recitation as well as the meaning and explanation. We are starting with the last Surahs.
We commence after Isha prayer, and the Circle lasts for between 20-25 minutes.
Brothers and sisters are welcome to attend.
Morals & Manners in Islam
Islam places considerable emphasis on morals and manners. The Prophet (peace be upon him) says in one of his sayings that he came to this world to teach perfect morals and he taught these morals trough pracitsing them. The morals and manners in Islam are designed to ensure that a Muslim remembers his Lord during every action of his or her life and deals with fellow human beings rightly and appropriately. Imam Bukhari in one of his books, Al-Adabul-Mufrad, has compiled over 1300 sayings of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and the Companions pertaining to morals and manners. The aim of this session is to go through parts of Al-Adabul-Mufrad.
Time: Every Sunday after Zuhr Prayer (2:30pm)
This course has now been completed.
2009 Ramadan – Qura’nic Study Circles
Throughout the month of Ramadan in 2009, the Quranic study circles will be held every day after the Zuhr prayer at 2:15pm.
In these Qur’anic study circles, the key theme(s) of each of the juz/sapara/part of the Holy Qur’an will be explained in English and Urdu by the Imams, Qari Asim and Qari Qasim.