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We often turn to friends and family for help and guidance during difficult times, but how often do we turn to our Creator? We share our joy with our loved ones during good times, but how often do we praise and thank Allah for all the blessings he has bestowed upon us? At times, when we raise our hands in prayer, do we sometimes feel like we just don’t know what to say or ask from Allah, or if we’re even doing it right?
This course takes you through an in-depth study of the core elements and the structure of supplicating to Allah, covering all aspects related to the physical, mental & spiritual state of the Muslim. Learn the meaning of du’a, how to become regular in turning to Allah for your needs, the different forms of praising Allah and sending salutations upon His beloved and chosen Messenger ﷺ, the correct etiquette of making du’a and how to perfect your supplications and make them more effective by way of following the prophetic example.
Teacher Bio: Shaykh Nizamul Hoque
Shaykh Nizam started his early education memorising the Qur’an, which he completed at Darul Ulum al-‘Arabiyyah al-Islamiyyah (Dar al-‘Ulum Bury), Bury, UK. Thereafter he commenced the ‘Alimiyyah programme in the Islamic sciences at Miftah al-‘Ulum, Blackburn, UK, where he completed four years of the course. He then travelled to Egypt where he spent a year studying various Islamic sciences before returning to the UK and completing the ‘Alimiyyah programme at Isha’at al-Islam (Ford Square Madrasah), London, UK.