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Ramadan Workshop: In the Quest for Laylatu al-Qadr

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With Mawlana Bilal Ali Ansari
Sunday, May 14, 2017
In preparation for Ramadan, Darul Qasim offered an intensive workshop that addressed issues related to both the spirit and the law of the blessed month. Participants also appreciate how a Muslim is to seek the climax of Ramadan – The Night of Power – which is better than 1000 months.

The Coolness of Our Eyes: Raising Our Children

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With ʿĀlimah Amina Lakhi & Dr. Sarah Syed
Women-only workshop
Sunday, April 2, 2017
The Coolness of Our Eyes: Raising Righteous Children is a workshop aimed at mothers and mothers-to-be. It will cover a myriad of topics, expounding on the emotional, moral, spiritual and social aspects of raising children in today’s context. The workshop will have plenty of time allotted to questions and answers to allow participants to ask pointed questions relating to their own personal struggles, from qualified female specialists, all within a safe space.

Mathematical Infinity

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Feb 25, 9:30am CST, with Zamir Syed, PhD
In this workshop, Dr. Syed explores the concept of numbers from a mathematical viewpoint. In addition to providing a brief history of the concept of infinity, Dr. Syed also discussed the concise definitions of infinity and beyond.

How a Prophetic Ḥadīth Sheds Light on Modern Scholarship

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Feb 18 with Khaled Keshk, PhD
Dr. Keshk will share three incidents, two that are very famous in Islamic history and another that is from a ḥadīth, to show that the intent of the scholar/historian has a direct impact on the outcome of the analysis of these varied incidents.

Islamic Archeology and its Context

This presentation with Dr. Choukri will explore the field of Islamic archaeology as an academic discipline, in its own right, surveying its history and methodology, and as an intersection of Islamic history, archaeology and wider anthropology.
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