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Surah Yaseen


Surah Ya-Seen
Described as the heart of the Quran. Recited upon the deceased by many traditions. Surah Ya-Seen is a Makki Surah establishing and encouraging the people to come to faith through heart softeners and warnings. As with Makki surahs, Surah Ya-Seen follows the theme of focusing on the creedal points of Islam.  
 
The themes of the Surah: 
Tawhid, the Oneness of Allah and His Lordship
Affirmation of the legitimacy of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him)
A Town with Three Prophets
Consequences of disbelieve 
The reality of the Afterlife
the Last Judgment


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Wed - 04/11/2020 18:00 - 19:30 4 weeks (REGISTRATION ENDS 2 DAYS BEFORE START DATE) £0.00 Segregated Class Tutor lead - Streamed online (Live) Sold Out

Surah Yaseen


Surah Ya-Seen
Described as the heart of the Quran. Recited upon the deceased by many traditions. Surah Ya-Seen is a Makki Surah establishing and encouraging the people to come to faith through heart softeners and warnings. As with Makki surahs, Surah Ya-Seen follows the theme of focusing on the creedal points of Islam.  
 
The themes of the Surah: 
Tawhid, the Oneness of Allah and His Lordship
Affirmation of the legitimacy of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him)
A Town with Three Prophets
Consequences of disbelieve 
The reality of the Afterlife
the Last Judgment

Shaykh Muhammad ibn Ismail Bhuta


Muhammad Ismail Bhuta was born into a scholarly family in West Sussex, UK. He grew up in London under the guidance of his father, Shaykh Ismail Bhuta and his elder brother Shaykh Abdul Mateen. He started learning Islam at a young age. After completing his secondary school education and basic Islamic studies he travelled to South Africa and enrolled at the distinguished Islamic seminary, Dar al-Uloom Azaadville, Johannesburg. He undertook a six year Intensive study of various traditional Islamic sciences including Arabic language and literature, Aqidah, Tafsir, Hadith and Fiqh. He graduated with distinction in the summer of 2004 having received authorizations in various books including the six major collections of Hadith. After returning to the UK he travelled to Syria and furthered his knowledge and experience by benefiting from the academic lectures of many scholars there.

 

He currently serves as a teacher and lecturer at Ebrahim College, London. He is also the Co-ordinator of an evening Islamic supplementary school and a regular Friday Khatib and lecturer at various Islamic centres and Masajid in London.

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