Madrassah Centre of Excellence (MCE) in collaboration with the Africa Federation Tabligh Board (AFTab) organized the Teacher Development Program: Neuro-Psychology of Learning.
Updated 3 July 2013
The World Federation’s Islamic Education department is pleased to announce the reprint of the much demanded publication: ‘180 Questions: Enquiries About Islam’, compiled by a group of Muslim scholars under the supervision of Ayatullah Nasir Makarim Shirazi.
Numerous philosophical questions are thoroughly answered in this publication such as: Why do we fast? What is the philosophy of Hajj? Why is there an apparent difference between the rights of women and men? Why is Music prohibited?
This book features questions and answers on the Practical Laws of Islam and the reason or philosophy behind why they have been enacted by Allah.
By drawing upon the verses of the Quran, the Ahadith and also the works of scholars who are considered as experts in their fields and who speak about these issues in their writings, Ayatullah Makarim Shirazi is able to draw a balance between combining the religious philosophies with secular scholarly opinions on key issues which have been plaguing the Muslim community for decades.
The book is available from The World Federation and costs only £5 plus P&P.
To order a copy please visit the WF online bookshop www.wfshop.org or email [email protected] or call +44 (0) 208 954 9881
The World Federation of KSIMC in India conducted their fourth annual residential youth course for boys at Khandala earlier this month.
The Mulla Asgher Memorial Library and Islamic Resource Centre (MARC) was the culmination of an idea initiated by the then World Federation President, Dr Hasnain Walji, whose vision was to set up centres of knowledge in the memory of Marhum Mulla Asgharali M. M. Jaffer.