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An Introduction to Hawza StudiesBy Sayyid Fadhil Bahrululoom The introductory course is a three week course held twice a week at Imam al-Jawad Centre. Topics that will be discussed will be the history, origins and mediums of study for Fiqh, Usool, Kalaam/Aqaid, Ilm al-Rijaal, Ilm al-Hadith, Tafsir al-Quran and Philosophy/Irfan. Dates for the lessons will be January 22nd, 24th, 29th, 31st and February 5th. Brothers and Sisters are welcome. £15 administration fee. Refreshments will be served. To register please contact 07712219213 or e-mail email@example.com as places are limited. Address: Imam al-Jawad Centre 247 High Road, Willesden London NW10 2RY Transport details: By car – Parking is free from 6.30pm on all the surrounding streets By bus – 52, 98, 302, 226, 260, 460 By tube – Jubilee line, Willesden Green or Dollis Hill station Join our facebook event here
(salam) The Centre for Islamic Shi'a Studies held it's first book launch on Wednesday 29th February 2012 at the Brunei Gallery, SOAS in London to launch 'The Shia of Samarra' a book published by IB Tauris, based on the proceedings of the 2009 conference on Samarra: Heritage and History. Talks by book editor Imranali Panjwani, CISS Director Sayyid Fadhil Bahrululoom and a lecture by Dr Andrew Newman of the University of Edinburgh. Video of the launch can be seen here: The book is available from all major bookshops and amazon - http://www.amazon.co...y/dp/1848857799 They have also posted a 30% discount flyer to get 30% RRP - http://shiastudies.o...rra%20flyer.pdf In my opinion an amazing book that has really helped solidify the view that Samarra was originally a Shia majority town with Shia compromising 50%-75% of the population even before Mirza Shirazi moved the Hawza there. InshAllah we all benefit from such an amazing book! (wasalam)
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