A rare and blessed opportunity open for women; Non-Muslim and Muslim with Habib Muhammad Abdur Rahman as-Saqqaf
Why is domestic violence increasing in our communities?
What are the cultural barriers present?
Is there a negative attitude towards single mothers?
Are we in need of guidance, inspiration and female role models?
The key defining characteristic of these remarkable women was their pure, unswerving love for God and His Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him). It was this love that empowered them to face even the most difficult challenges with amazing spiritual strength and resolve, and transformed them into courageous advocates of truth and fighters against injustice.
Join Habib Muhammad Abdur Rahman as-Saqqaf as he addresses these relevant issues and brings to life examples of “The Perfect and Complete Women” during and before the life of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Come and immerse yourself in the beautiful stories of these extraordinary women in Islamic history whose lives present everlasting examples on how women through their unique qualities of sincere love, devotion and perseverance can play the central role in the positive transformation of their families and society.
We hope Habib can help guide us on how to address these questions and use these principles practically in day-to-day dealings.
“The Perfect and Complete Women”
Saturday 24th November 2012 || 10am to 5pm (9.30am registration)
London Central Mosque Library, 146 Park Road, London, NW8 7RG
Registration Fee: £10 – Pre-registration is required for this event
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Habib Muhammad Abdur Rahman As- Saqqaf
The Islamic caller, Habib Muhammad (son of Abdul-Rahman, son of Alawi, from the family of As-Saqqaf) was born in a family of knowledge and virtue in 1972 (1392 Hijri).
His father, Abdul-Rahman, is a noted physician in Jeddah, as well as a close companion of scholars and people of virtue. Through his father, he developed love for both knowledge and love for its beholders early in his childhood.
- The great scholar Imam Abdul-Qadir Bin Ahmad as-Saqqaf
- The scholar Ahmad Mashur Bin Taha al-Haddad
- The scholar as-Sayyid Mohammad Bin Alawi al-Maliki, the Hadith Master of the Two Holy Sanctuaries.
- The scholar Habib Abu Bakr al-Mashur
- The scholar Habib Umar Bin Mohammad Bin Hafiz
He received his education from the above scholars and others from different parts of the Muslim world through an unbroken chain of masters that originates from the Messenger of God, peace be upon him.
Habib has founded numerous circles for calling the youth to God, and for this purpose, he has travelled to most countries in the Gulf region, as well as travelling to Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Indonesia, India, and the United States. He also regularly travels to the countries of East Africa for Dawah. He participated in the establishment of the teaching curriculum at Dar al-Mustafa for Islamic Studies, an institute in Tarim, Hadramawt of Yemen. He has also trained, coached and founded numerous circles of teaching and calling to God as well as printed many beneficial publications.