Traditional Halaqa - High Wycombe
December 22, 2017
We aim to provide access to obligatory sacred knowledge and an introduction to additional religious sciences to English speaking Muslims who have limited access to teachers. Teachers will provide this from the orthodox way of Islam.
Tajweed is a Arabic word meaning correct pronunciation during recitation. It is a set of rules, which dictate how the Qur'an should be read. It comes from the root word 'ja-wa-da' meaning to make well, make better or improve.
Back to Basics:
A complete subject outlining the absolute essentials of this knowledge: in faith, prayer, and key points related to one’s life and dealings.
Mothers of the Believers:
Collection Of Forty Hadiths on the Memorable Qualities of the Mothers of the Believers - by Abd ar-Rahman Ibn 'Asakir. Ibn 'Asakir takes the reader through a remarkable collection of hadith describing the virtues of the 'Mothers of the Believers', an appellation invested on the wives of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) by the Qur'anic text itself. An Ijazah from Shaykh Samir al-Nass will be issued for this subject.
A thorough explanation of the legal verses of Surah Baqarah.
Introduction to the basic rulings on marriage and divorce based on the Hanafi school.
Virutes of the Quran:
Hadith compilation on the virtues of the Quran. Students will receive a ijaza certificate upon completion of the text.
Q&A sessions; giving you the opportunity to ask questions. Guest speakers addressing contemporary issues.
Course material will be provided.
34 Jubilee Road
We are pleased to announce that we have agreed a discounted rate with a local hotel. To proceed you will need to contact the hotel directly and quote "Shaykh Tanweer Hussain" as reference.
156 West Wycombe Road
Tel :- 01494 474747
Fax :- 01494 444419
Full course: £75
Price includes course materials, breakfast, lunch & evening meal.
*This course is open to males & females.
|7.00am||Fajr Prayer / Surah Yasin|
|7.30am||Tajweed / Reading|
|9:15am - 10.15am||Mothers of the Believers|
(Al-Arba’in of Ibn ‘Asakir)
|10.30am - 1.00pm||Back to Basics|
(Ilm ul Hal)
Marriage & Divorce
(Hana Fiqh Manual)
|2.30pm||Asr Prayer & Surah Waqiah|
|4.00pm||Magrib Prayer & Ratib|
|4.30pm - 5.30pm||Tafsir|
|5.40pm - 6.45pm||Hadith|
(Virtues of Qur'an)
|7.00pm||Isha Prayer / Surah Mulk|
|7.30pm||Q&A Session & Nasheeds|
Does the masjid have parking facilities?
No, the masjid does not have a car park, very limited spaces available on side roads.
Can I sleep in the masjid?
Unfortunately due to the space and lack of facilities this option is not available.
Are women who are on the menses allowed to attend?
Yes, we have a designated area with a video link.
Are children allowed?
Yes children are allowed. Please note the venue lacks facilities for children, all children under 12 must remain with their guardian at all times. Children can attend lessons with their parent providing they are not disruptive.
"The Traditional Halaqa team have really done an amazing job. The courses are well structured and intensive, which allows you to learn Fiqh, Tajweed and Hadith."
"Beautiful, Tranquil setting with amazing talks by Scholars. Kids were busy in their camp giving breathing room to parents."
"Alhamdulillah I am so grateful that I have been fortunate enough to be blessed to attend last year's and this year’s summer retreat."
"An amazing spiritual experience where you have the opportunity to learn sacred knowledge from amazing scholars who are very open and friendly."
"Just sitting in the presence of great people was immensely beneficial, and spending time in the company of good people was a real pleasure."
Shaykh Samir al-Nass was born in Damascus, Syria, where he studie
Ustadh Haroon studied Arabic for one year in an institute in Fran
Ustadh Noorud-Deen graduated from Middlesex University with a joi
Ustad Tanweer studied the Islamic Sciences in Syria for 8 years w