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Sahabiyat - Incredible Women Beside The Prophet (saw) - Part 1

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Date(s) - 10/31/2020
8:30 am - 10:30 am

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A unique, 2 part webinar series focussing on the incredible women who played an instrumental role in the life of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

About this Event

Sahabiyat – The Incredible Women Around The Prophet Muhammad ﷺ

(Note: This is a two part series, part 1 will be on Saturday 31st October and part 2 will be on Sunday 1st November, both events start at 12:30PM GMT. You only need to register once to attend both events.)

Perhaps few acts bring more content to the heart than studying the blessed life of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him). His words were gilt-edged. His actions were brimmed with wisdom. He turned the most hardened of hearts into springs of love and compassion. He took his people from darkness to Nur. The young and old, Arabs and non-Arabs, men and women – all benefited from his mercy.

Islamic Help is proud to present a unique, webinar focussing on the women who played an instrumental role in the life of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him):

A brief outline of topics covered:

• A brief biography of Sayyida Halima Sa’diyya (ra), Khadija (ra), Aisha (ra) & Fatima (ra)

• The relationship they enjoyed with the Best of all Creations, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him

• Why and how they all provide a flawless role model for our mothers, sisters and wives today

• How studying their lives can help us understand modern discussions on gender and women issues

The Teacher

This webinar will be delivered by Shaykh Dr. Hafiz Ather who has an extensive background in delivering well-researched and developed seminars which cover essential tenets of Islam to help strengthen the belief and practices of Muslims today. Dr. Hafiz Ather is a published author and holds multiple degrees from 3 different continents and has heavily contributed to the translation of significant Islamic works.

We strongly recommend that you are prepared to take notes during the webinar.

IMPORTANT: (Note: This is a two part series, part 1 will be on Saturday 31st October and part 2 will be on Sunday 1st November, both events start at 12:30PM GMT. You only need to register once to attend both events.)

** ACCESS TO THE LIVE WEBINAR IS FIRST COME – FIRST SERVED! EVEN IF YOU HAVE REGISTERED ON EVENTBRITE, IF YOU ARE LATE TO THE WEBINAR YOU MAY NOT GET ACCESS. THIS IS THE SAME POLICY FOR ANYONE WHO HAS BOOKED A FREE TICKET OR A SPONSORED TICKET. **

REGISTRATION & WEBINAR ACCESS:

1. Please ensure you complete all the fields accurately, a unique registration link will be sent to you via e-mail once you have completed this. Look out for an e-mail from ISLAMIC HELP – WEBINAR LINK.

2. We will try to send you an SMS reminder about the webinar.

3. You can only use your unique webinar link, if you share it with someone else and they access the webinar using the same link, you will be logged out!

4. Spaces are limited, if you want to attend this webinar please make sure you sign up now, don’t leave it until the last minute. Registration is first come – first served, this means if you log in late to the webinar you risk missing out.

5. This webinar is part of the Sahabiyat Series, you do not need to register for each webinar individually. Registering for one webinar does automatically registers you for all of them.

6. You can access the webinar using an up-to-date mobile device like an iPhone or Android phone but we recommend you use a laptop or computer for the best viewing experience, however this isn’t essential, 40% of our viewers use a mobile device.

FUNDRAISING: During the webinar we will have a very short fundraising appeal. Islamic Help is a humanitarian aid charity and the fundraising will go towards supporting our work around the world.

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