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The Evil of the Madkhalis (Murji’a of this age) in Tunisia

مكتبة طالب العلم

‘A Prophetic Call’ A discussion on the role of women in Da’wah

Al Ihsan Projects Presents:

‘A Prophetic Call’

A discussion on the role of women in Da’wah

Speaker: Sister Barkatullah

Date: Saturday 7th September 2013

Time: 3.00PM – 4.00PM

Venue: Chalvey Community Centre, The Green, SL1 2SP

**SISTERS ONLY**

Contact: 07582371898

Sister Fatima Barkatullah began her Arabic and Islamic studies in Egypt, at prominent institutes such as Al-Fajr Centre, Qortoba Institute and Al Azhar University. She continues to study, lecture and write on Islamic Law, bringing wisdom of Islam to lifer for her audiences.

Sister Fatima has appeared in many documentaries and live shows which have been broadcasted on stations and channels such as BBC Radio 4, the World Service, as well as BBC Television and Islam Channel. She also regularly contributes to discussions on London Radio stations such as LBC and BBC London.

Additionally, Sister Fatima has written for the national newspaper ‘The Times’ as well as contributing to Times Online’s Faith section, on topics promoting the understanding OF Islam, and has contributed to a number of Muslim publications such as Al-Jumuah Magazine, Emel Magazine, The Muslim Weekly and as a columnist for SISTERS Magazine.

She is currently an instructor and lecturer for iERA.

A Brief Essay Concerning Usoolul-Fiqh

الطغاة بين الأمس واليوم

No Democracy for Muslims? ᴴᴰ ┇ Powerful Speech ┇ by Sheikh Shady AlSuleiman ┇ The Daily Reminder ┇

الشيخ ناصر العمر -القران بين القراءة و التدبر و العمل الشريعة و الحياة

He died by what he loved…

 فقد رفض الزبير بن العوام ولاية مصر حينما عرض عليه ذلك قائلاً يا أبا عبد الله هل لك في ولاية مصر، فقال: لا حاجة لي فيها ولكن أخرج مجاهداً وللمسلمين معاوناً

When Umar (رضي الله عنه) offered governorship to Zubair ibn Al-Awwaam saying, ‘O’ Abu Abdullah would you like to be the governor of Egypt?’ He replied, ‘I have no need in that (rather what would please me) is to go out as a mujahid and to serve as a helper for the muslims.’

Futooh al-Buldan and also found in as-Sallaabee’s biography of Umar (رضي الله عنه)

What is particularly beautiful about this quote is that Zubair (رضي الله عنه) did not say this out of pride, which we know by the Rasool (صلى الله عليه و سلم) testifying to his place in Jannah and is further cemented in Allah taking him as a shaheed.

These were the best of men not merely because of beautified speech, rather due to their excellent actions in times of need. Allah have mercy on them all.

الشيخ الددو.. الحكام هم الخوارج ولا يحل السكوت عليهم

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