Friday, December 30, 2005

The Classical Islamic Texts Halaqa Circle Series

al-Fathhu Traditional Learning Centre
The Classical Islamic Texts Halaqa Circle Series
Ya Ayyuhal Walad
of Imam Abu Hamid al-Ghazali

About the Text to be Studied
Ya Ayyuhal Walad (Dear Beloved Son) is a book of timeless advice. It is the Imam’s reply to one of his students who wanted to know what knowledge was most beneficial. The Imam, in his reply, outlines how one should prioritise one’s life.

About the Teacher
Sheykh Ismaeil al-Khatib, will guide the students through this program. He graduated from the prestigious traditional Islamic school, Rubat Tarim in Yemen. He studied under renowned scholars and attained ijazah (authority to teach) from them. His teachers include Habib Salim as-Shateri, Sheikh Salim al-Khatib, and Shaykh Sa’ad al-Jithi.

About the Halaqa Class

Venue: Al-Fathhu Traditional Learning Centre
19A Bali Lane

Time: 12.00 p.m till 1.30 p.m, every Sunday

Commencement Date: 8th January 2006, Sunday

For Information and Registration

Contact: Mu’hsin 91380014

Web Site:

Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Importance of Islamic Education

I came across this great website about traditional Islamic Education. The Directors are Kabir Helminski and Aisha Grey Henry.
The Book Foundation

Thursday, December 22, 2005

Being Good

The good man seeks neither a full belly nor a comfortable home.He is quick in action but cautious in speech. He goes to men possessed of the Way to be put right. - Analects of Confucius

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

A Seminar on Islamic Spirituality

Prof Malik Badri
Dato Aidit Ghazali
Shaykh Mohamed Ibrahim Mohamed Kassim
Ustaz Nazirudin Nasir
Ustaz Mohamed Ali

Topics to be covered
• My Mercy Prevails
• Mawaddah — Love and Compassion
• Love and Sacrifice
• Prayers Upon the Beloved (s)

Fee: $30.00
Lunch and notes provided. Nowseeheart CD given to all participants.
Pre-register online at or in person at Wardah Books.

Saturday, 31 December, 2005
9am to 4pm
Abdul Aleem Siddique Mosque (90 Lorong K Telok Kurau, Singapore)