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ISB Ramadan E-Circles and Qiyams

3rd April 2021
Event Start Date:
7th April 2021
Event End Date:
10th May 2021
Event Venue:
ZOOM

ISB & CAMPUS

Join us and be inspired for our e-circle on
Wednesday 7th April 20:30-21:15

In preparation for The Holy Month

Preparing the Soul – Connecting with The Quran

Register in advance for this webinar:
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_NwRX2oMqTOCfVqT_vfmhYw

ISB Schools Outreach: Training Session

20th March 2021
Event Start Date:
28th March 2021
Event End Date:
28th March 2021
Event Venue:
ZOOM

Aslaamualaikum everyone,

ISB Schools Outreach Team are really excited to present our first Schools Training Session IA!

On Sunday 28th March 10:30-12:00.

You may have attended the Awareness Seminar or perhaps you are keen to help schools deliver their RS syllabus as well as lead interactive presentations at mosques and in classrooms?

If so, please join us!
No experience required; just enthusiasm and a joy to meet new people!

We have an experienced team who will showcase a popular and well received Primary School workshop/ lesson plan.

To join:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82096944214?pwd=d2xRRGhOOWtLeHJwWkVYUWViUW5CQT09
Zoom Meeting ID: 820 9694 4214
Passcode: 624782
Enquiries: [email protected]

Hope to see you there IA

Sahdia Salim
Schools Outreach Project Lead

Gender Ethics

10th March 2021
Event Start Date:
17th March 2021
Event End Date:
17th March 2021
Event Venue:
ZOOM

Gender Ethics

With Dr Sara Saigol

Weds 17th March 20:00-21:00

Join me for this 2 part series looking at:

•Women in pre-Islamic cultures
•Women in Abassid times
•How veiling and segregation became part of the colonial project
•The Quran’s ethical message
•How does the Quran discuss love, desire, pairs, marriage, divorce and more….
•The amazing and inspiring themes and stories surrounding women in the Quran!

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_kFAoq3FeRsK7DDSxcEe9dA

Thinking About Giving

6th March 2021
Event Start Date:
28th March 2021
Event End Date:
28th March 2021
Event Venue:
ZOOM

ISB and ISB Campus Present
Thinking About Giving

How and Where Should We Give     Our Zakat and Sadaqah?

Everybody is Welcome!

Sunday 28th March 18:00-19:00

With Lucy Bushill-Matthews

• Why do we need to think about giving?

• Is Zakat given differently to Sadaqah?

•Should we give to an individual or through a charity?

We will be looking at these questions and many more!

Lucy Bushill-Matthews
• Director of Operations at National Zakat Foundation, a charity that helps givers get their Zakat to people who need it in the UK.
• Previously worked for Save the Children, Plan International, Islamic Relief and MADE.
• A Chartered Management Accountant holding an MA in Economics from Cambridge University.
• Author of ‘Welcome to Islam: A Convert’s Tale’ ; has given two TedX talks.

Please register in advance:

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ySuK403cSq-M6rht3WcZPg

Ummah: It’s Time To Rise

4th March 2021
Event Start Date:
9th March 2021
Event End Date:
9th March 2021
Event Venue:
ZOOM

Asalaamu Alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh!

ISB and ISB Campus in conjunction with the South ISocs would like to present…

‘Ummah: It’s Time to Rise- Men and Women as Partners in Faith and Society’

Tuesday 9th March
6.00-7.30pm

An International Women’s Day event open to all. Both brothers and sisters are welcome!

Join us for an enlightening panel discussion with prolific speakers: Tia-Leona, Lucy Bushill-Matthews, Bilkisu Ibrahim and Ustadha Rumaysa.

Sign up for this event using the Eventbrite link below:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ummah-its-time-to-rise-men-and-women-as-partners-in-faith-and-society-tickets-142281185857

JazakAllah Khayr and we hope to see as many of you as possible there!

The Human Rights Debate

2nd March 2021
Event Start Date:
3rd March 2021
Event End Date:
3rd March 2021
Event Venue:
ZOOM

PART 2

Islam and the Human rights debate
With Mubashir Khan

Weds 3rd March 20:00-21:00

* Where did the idea of Human Rights come from?

* What has been the Muslim response to International Human Rights Declarations?

* Are secular, western notions of Human Rights compatible with Islam?

* Can the Shariah be changed to accommodate international Human Rights laws?
Continuing the theme of the series “Classical to Contemporary”, in this e-circle, we will be taking a look at some classical and contemporary views on the idea of universal Human Rights.

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_kFAoq3FeRsK7DDSxcEe9dA

Critical Issues in the History of the Quran

16th February 2021
Event Start Date:
28th February 2021
Event End Date:
28th February 2021
Event Venue:
Zoom

ISB and ISB Campus present

‘Critical Issues in the History of the Quran’

•Are there currently 5 differently worded Qur’ans in the Muslim ummah?

•Does the Qur’an have scribal errors?

•Is the Qur’an we have today incomplete?

Sunday 28th February 2021
18:00-19:00

With Dr Shehzad Saleem

– An Associate Fellow (1992-2008) / Fellow (2008 to present) at Al-Mawrid, A Foundation for Islamic Research and Education, Lahore,  Pakistan.

-He wrote his PhD dissertation on ‘Collection of the Qur’?n: A Critical and Historical Study of al-Far?h?’s View’ (2010).

-Recently completed (2018) an eighteen year research project on the history of the Qur’?n that attempts to address the issue of multiple versions of the Qur’?n and questions regarding its collection.

Chaired by Alexandra Darby

Everyone is welcome!

Make sure to register in advance:
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ySuK403cSq-M6rht3WcZPg

How the Qur’an could make us better healthcarers

25th January 2021
Event Start Date:
27th January 2021
Event End Date:
27th January 2021
Event Venue:
Zoom

Faith Healer’s Series
~ Living by the code

Talk 2: How the Qu’ran could make us better healthcarers?

We all want our Faith to make us better Healthcare professionals
But is a ‘Good Muslim’ automatically a good professional?
Where do we find the definition of a ‘Good Muslim’?

Join us on a tour of Islamic civilisation, Islamic Law, the Sunnah and finally the Qur’an, on a quest for the undisputable ‘Spiritual Code’ of Islam!

Date: Wednesday 27 Jan
Time: 8:15pm?
Zoom Meeting ID: 975 473 6994
Passcode: 123456

https://bham-ac-uk.zoom.us/j/9754736994?pwd=bWhtS29yVmFJdmpMbnBXNHJJcGVKZz09

Speaker Bio:
Dr Rizwan Syed is a GP and a longstanding member of the Islamic Society of Britain.?
Currently, he is the lead teacher at the online study circle for ISB Campus, running a two-year
course entitled, “Classical to Contemporary: Muslim and British.”

 

Islam & the Abolition of Slavery

18th January 2021
Event Start Date:
20th January 2021
Event End Date:
20th January 2021
Event Venue:
Zoom

Islam and the Abolition of Slavery
With Dr Sara Saigol and Dr Rizwan Syed

Weds 20th January 8pm

All countries have banned slavery and the world is a better place for it.

But for over 1000 years and since the very beginning, Islam and Slavery seemed inseparable and scholars opposed its abolition.

Join us on an intriguing journey through Europe, Africa and Asia to discover how the Islamic world came to abolish slavery.

What role did Christianity and Britain play in this?

Regarding slavery, how did Islamic Law and Ethics diverge, and why did this happen?

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_kFAoq3FeRsK7DDSxcEe9dA