Imam al-Ghazali, articulates in his magnus opus: the Ihya’ Ulum al-Din (The Revival of the Religious Sciences), that sins are of two types; sins in which Man transgresses the rights he owes to God, and sins in which Man transgresses the rights which God has granted to creation (Huquq’ul Ibad). Fur
February 2014 sees the launch, insha Allah, of a comprehensive Huquq’l Ibad centric Darul Uloom Curricula pilot at Darul Ulooms in Dewsbury, Preston and Blackburn, as part our Ilm 2 Amal range of curricula which span Key Stages 2, 3, 4 and Adult, and are tailored to meet the needs of students
As Regular readers of this blog will know, we have recently expanded our remit through our Ilm 2 Amal offering to provide campaigns, training days and curricula at Key Stage 2, 3, 4 and Adult levels to dozens of Muslim faith primary and secondary schools, as well as Quranic schools and Darul Ulooms.
The interesting thing about saying something like “Behind every great woman…is a great man” is that people think either: - You’re just having a laugh - You’re just being clever and trying to involve something religious Actually, I’m serious. This has nothing to do
One of the core activities within 1st Ethical is to provide structured tailored INSET training days to support teachers delivering our ‘Ilm 2 ‘Amal curriculum at the Key Stage 2, 3, 4 and Darul Uloom levels. The overall objective of the ‘Ilm 2 ‘Amal bolt-on curriculum is to f
Shaykh Yasir Qadhi’s sermon about Muslim parenting really hit the nail on the head. As a new parent myself, I am always looking for tips and advise to put into practice. Based on his khutbah, here are my top ten parenting tips I feel you should remember when raising your kids! The concept of t
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