Imam Zaid Shakir To Visit Great Britain

On July 27th imam Zaid Shakir, teacher at Zaytuna Institute, will attend the Darul Arqam educational organisation for a a prepared talk entitled 'Imam Mehdi'. The visit is part of an extended trip around the UK, including the 4 day Living Islam Festival in Lincolnshire (28th-31st July).

The evening session has been arranged to fundraise towards the magnificent growth of Darul Arqam: the Arqam House Project. The increase in classes and resources has created a need to expand at new premises costing £650,000. Your attendance and small fee could contribute significantly in facilitating better resources for Darul Arqam Educational Trust.

Here's how you do that. Reserve your seat now via Paypal for the Imam Zaid Shakir course.

Confirm your attendance on the Imam Mehdi Facebook events page.

Date: 27th July  |  Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Venue: Memon Centre, 7 Abbotsford Road, LE5 4DA
Leicester, United Kingdom

Entrance Fee: £5.00

Separate seating arrangements for brothers and sisters.

Payments can be made directly via this course Paypal link.

For more information visit Darul Arqam's site: {}

The Prophet of Islam (peace be upon him) said: "If a man dies, his good deeds are discontinued, except for three: a continuous charity, knowledge from which people benefit, or a good offspring praying for him." (Bukhari and Muslim)

Jazakallah khayran, may Allah reward you with good for your support.

Imam Zaid Salim Shakir is an American educator and co-founder and teacher of Zaytuna College in California. As a contemporary writer, imam Zaid Shakir is a respected scholar throughout the world and authors the website New Islamic

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