Event details

Shamaail al Tirmidhi – Noble Character of Prophet Muhammad SAW


When
January 18, 2015
9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Where
Stoddart Theatre, Stoddart Building, Sheffield Hallam University, Howard Street, Sheffield, S1 1WB

Qur’an Academy Sheffield presents:

SHAMAA’IL AL -TIRMIDHI | A Study of the Virtues & Noble Characteristics of Prophet Muhammad SAW

Taught by: Shaykh Hasib Noor (USA)

 

Date: Sunday 18 January

Time: 9.30am-5.00pm

Venue: Stoddard Lecture Theatre, Stoddard Building,Sheffield Hallam University, Howard Street, Sheffield, S1 1WB

  • We hear about him, some of us ever since we’ve been young.
  • We love him, praise him, send prayers for him, & even defend him.
  • Can we envision him?
  • Do we know his demeanor & personality?
  • What do we love about him?
  • What drives our faith in him?
  • Do we… connect with him?
  • In a real way?
  • Connect with him… rekindle the love, find out who you are, in knowing who he was.

FREE COURSE | Please bring your own lunch | Course material will be available to purchase for a small charge to cover printing

For more info: 07954135686

 

About the speaker

Shaykh Hasib Noor hails from Afghan heritage, grew up in the US, & is in the process of completing his final year at the College of Islamic Law in the University of Madinah, following undergraduate study in the U.S, with a major in Pre-Med and a minor in Psychology. With over 10 years experience in working with different organizations at the local & national level, he has held positions as a board member of many organizations, community activism, masajid, & as a khatib.He has completed & is continuing study in various sciences with many scholars of varying backgrounds ranging from Fiqh, Usul & Fatwa, Qur’anic Sciences & Tafsir, Sirah, Hadith,  & more.

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