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Tafsir of Surah Ad Duha - The Sacred Oaths

Nov 27
Saturday 27th, November 2021 10:00am - 12:00pm
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Speaker:
Shaykh Dr. Abu Ibrahim
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Tafsir of Surah Ad Duha - The Sacred Oaths

Tafsir of Surah Ad Duha

Join us as we look for guidance from the Qur’an and Sunnah, on how to cope with distress and anxiety during some of the most testing times for many of us. Islamic Help is honoured to present an enlightening webinar, Tafsir of Ad-Duha by Shaykh Dr. Abu Ibrahim.

Muslims can take many lessons from the life of the Prophet (SAW), that is applicable to our own lives. The themes mentioned in Surah Ad-Duha provide a key insight into a period of distress and anxiety of the Prophet’s life (SAW), and the relief Allah (SWT) provides.

Surah Ad-Duha – Chapter 93 of the Qur’an – was revealed in Makkah and forms part of the early revelation sent to Prophet Muhammad (SAW). It consists of 11 verses, which speak directly to the Prophet (SAW) about various themes during a crucial moment of his life.

A brief outline of the topics covered in this webinar:

1. Asbab Ul-Nuzul (Causes of revelation)

2. An explanation of each verse

3. The virtues of Surah Ad-Duha (in light of mental health)

4. Key Lessons from Surah Ad-Duha

The Teacher

Shaykh Dr. Abu Ibrahim has a Ph.D. in law, specialising in Islamic Family Law. He also has a Masters in Islamic studies and has completed his Alim course. He has written academic papers published by both Cambridge and Oxford Universities.

He currently sits as an Islamic advisor on the board of a Sharia Council dealing with issues related to Islamic marriage and divorce. He is an imam and khateeb, and regularly conducts nikahs. He is also an Islamic marriage counsellor providing individual, relationship, and family counselling.

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