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salams!

I just moved to michigan from Boston for a program at UofM ann arbor. Idk what it is but I'm having trouble finding people to connect with here (or atleast people who are interested in learning more about islam/ like to have intellectual convos. If your from ann arbor/dearborn/detroit  area , we should connect :) 

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in dearborn? you know thats like shia city right there.btw im a shia sis and id like to have these intellectual convos with you.but then again im not too knowledgable ,however i also have questions of deen on my mind and opinions i wish to discuss.

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5 hours ago, yahlulbayt said:

salams!

I just moved to michigan from Boston for a program at UofM ann arbor. Idk what it is but I'm having trouble finding people to connect with here (or atleast people who are interested in learning more about islam/ like to have intellectual convos. If your from ann arbor/dearborn/detroit  area , we should connect :) 

friend mehhh

 

We have a very prominent Dearborner named Abu Hadi, a moderator here, who does an incredible number of things on the integration as well as the practical aspects of Islam.

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Bismehe Ta3ala,

Assalam Alikum Sister Ya AB

Insh'Allah you are well and in good health.

I can give you center names you can look up and each one has a youth or women committee that you can get involved in.  Give them a call or an email and make sure you ask when are their programs.  I recommend you attend in person.  Each center has its politics or way of thinking.  Just because I provided this list, doesn't mean I recommend them or I agree with them.  I just put it out so you can check on your own and see what is your cup of tea.

Great Revelations Academy

http://awaitedone.org/

Islamic House of Wisdom

http://www.islamichouseofwisdom.com/

Islamic Center of America

http://www.icofa.com

Islamic Institute of America

http://www.myconline.org/

Islamic Institute of Knowledge

http://www.iiokonline.org/

Karbala Islamic Educational Center

https://www.facebook.com/Karbalaa-Islamic-Educational-Center-120334721315825/?ref=page_internal

There are other Iraqi centers and I wish I knew them by name, I would have provided the website.

M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah


 

 

 

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thanks so much for the replies, especially the sister that provided all those resources. i have been going to the myc lectures on fridays, but I'm looking for something more discussion or interaction based. do you know of any islamic classes in the area? or discussion based groups? 

On November 26, 2016 at 11:44 AM, Laayla said:

Bismehe Ta3ala,

Assalam Alikum Sister Ya AB

Insh'Allah you are well and in good health.

I can give you center names you can look up and each one has a youth or women committee that you can get involved in.  Give them a call or an email and make sure you ask when are their programs.  I recommend you attend in person.  Each center has its politics or way of thinking.  Just because I provided this list, doesn't mean I recommend them or I agree with them.  I just put it out so you can check on your own and see what is your cup of tea.

Great Revelations Academy

http://awaitedone.org/

Islamic House of Wisdom

http://www.islamichouseofwisdom.com/

Islamic Center of America

http://www.icofa.com

Islamic Institute of America

http://www.myconline.org/

Islamic Institute of Knowledge

http://www.iiokonline.org/

Karbala Islamic Educational Center

https://www.facebook.com/Karbalaa-Islamic-Educational-Center-120334721315825/?ref=page_internal

There are other Iraqi centers and I wish I knew them by name, I would have provided the website.

M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah


 

 

 

 

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Bismehe Ta3ala,

Assalam Alikum Dear Sister,

You can try these websites and contact them.  Join there mailing list and you can ask if Sayyid Haidar Bahr al 3loom is still giving classes out at the University of Michigan--Dearborn in the evening.

https://www.mainstay.us/

http://www.imam-us.org/

To volunteer and help the community, this is with Sister Najah Bazzy

http://www.zamaninternational.org/

 

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Hajj Hassanaian Rajabali camp

It is called Tawheed Summer Camp.  You can volunteer to be a camp guide/leader.

 

http://www.tawheedcamp.org/

M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah

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On 11/26/2016 at 1:33 AM, yahlulbayt said:

salams!

I just moved to michigan from Boston for a program at UofM ann arbor. Idk what it is but I'm having trouble finding people to connect with here (or atleast people who are interested in learning more about islam/ like to have intellectual convos. If your from ann arbor/dearborn/detroit  area , we should connect :) 

friend mehhh

 

Sent you a PM :) 

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السلام عليكم

 

I don't live in Dearborn but I go there every Summer. They have tons of activities, just ask around. Dearborn is the place to be, so live it up while you're there. A friend of mine and I were discussing moving there & being roommates (since living expenses are more there than where we live now) but so far haven't. 

 

Enjoy your time in Michigan! It's the best place to be in North America. 

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