Woolwich Terror Attack: Muslims Respond
Shaykh Amer Jamil talks to university students at Glasgow Caledonian University on Jummah (friday prayers) about the woolwich terror attack, and outlines how Muslims can practically respond to it.
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Ground-breaking Islamic studies programme helping students live their faith through developing the themes of worship, belief and self-reflection, whilst simultaneously developing a clear and balanced understanding of the sacred sources of Islamic learning, as they relate to contemporary discourse.
iSyllabus   

The iSyllabus is a ground-breaking Islamic studies programme helping students live their faith through developing the themes of worship, belief and self-reflection, whilst simultaneously developing a clear and balanced understanding of the sacred sources of Islamic learning, as they relate to contemporary discourse.

The higher objectives and spirituality of the sacred law are explored with the aim of laying down timeless ground rules for ethical and principled thinking in religious discourse.

All with the aim of giving students a deeper appreciation of the underlying principles that have given the Islamic faith both its theological resilience, as well as the requisite dynamism to face up to the challenges of the age.

Developed and piloted in 2006, the iSyllabus Islamic studies course represents a unique and ground-breaking programme that specifically caters for the contemporary knowledge needs of Muslims living in the West. Designed in close collaboration with knowledge providers and students, it is structured to provide applicants with a clear and authentic presentation of the essentials of the Islamic faith, while laying the groundwork for extensive future study.

Distilled from the most authentic classical Islamic sources, as well as authoritative contemporary research.

Developing the areas of worship, belief and self-reflection, with a clear focus on how they relate to contemporary life.

Formatted in a student-friendly and integrated modular setup with the latest aids to successful learning.

iSyllabus teacher Sh. Amer Jamil in this short clip speaks with humour on the misunderstandings that may arise in the fiqh of family maintenance.
In this short clip shot live, iSyllabus teacher Shaykh Ruzwan speaks on the complex area of legal principles and through the use of simple examples, underlines the importance of understanding the proper context to religious sources in order to avoid misunderstandings. Taken from the iSyllabus introductory one year Islamic studies course running in cities around Scotland and England.
Empowering the Tradition from Orientalist hadith criticism. Providing a summary of the basic premise of Orientalist hadith criticism, this clip, taken form the introduction to hadith module, provides one straightforward response from within the classical Muslim faith tradition. Taken from the iSyllabus introductory one year Islamic studies course running in cities around Scotland and England.
iSyllabus teacher Sh. Amer Jamil in this short clip speaks on the misunderstandings that may arise in the fiqh due to a lack of verifying the opinions transmitted from scholars. It also touches on the strength inherent in the established 4 schools of law compared to other opinions attributed to great scholars of the past. Taken from the iSyllabus introductory one year Islamic studies course running in cities around Scotland and England.
This short trailer gives an insight into one of the most exciting grass roots islamic educational initiatives in the West which is helping to empower people through sound Islamic scholarship and Knowledge. The one year course is the gateway on to a further four years of advanced learning.
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