Lessons From The Mongols - Rebuilding the Ummah after its destruction
Sunday, 30 June 2013 from 10:00 to 18:00 (BST)
Birmingham, United Kingdom
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Lessons from the Mongols - Rebuilding the Ummah after its destruction
** An unmissable one day course providing an in depth analysis into how the Ummah recovered from the obliteration of the Mongols. Learn how the Mongols nearly obliterated Islam... and most importantly, how the Muslims managed not only to survive, but to defeat the Mongols. This timely event will highlight the parallels between the Ummah then and the Ummah now, as well as draw out the factors for defeat and the factors for victory! Delivered to you by Ustadh Abdel Rahman Mussa. **
Ustadh Abdel Rahman Mussa
Abdel Rahman Mussa is a regular Imam and khateeb at several ISoc's around the country. He is a graduate of Shariah from the European Institute of Human Sciences as well as having studied with Sheikh Abdullah Al Judai and others. He was previously both the Head of MAB Youth and the chairman of the 304th Birmingham MAB Scout Group, one of the largest Muslim scout groups in the UK. He is a therapist by profession and is happily married with a son and daughter. He is also the founder of iPersonalEnrichment.com and iKnowAllah.com
SUNDAY 30th JUNE (10am - 6pm)
Conference Suite, The Bordesley Centre, Stratford Road, Birmingham, B11 1AR
Brothers and sisters welcome
** Lunch, Refreshments & Printed (detailed) Handouts provided **
Tickets £20 (standard seat), £25 (seat with table) - £5 discount with student card
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MAB Youth is the youth department for MAB (The Muslim Association of Britain) that focuses on people from the ages of 18 and beyond.
MAB Youth is a department within MAB concerned with the development of youth with the objective of furthering Islam in the UK.
We focus on spiritual development such that individuals rely completely on Allah and strengthen that relationship with Allah, being motivated by nothing greater than the pleasure of Allah.
We also focus on a minimum skill base of leadership and organisation such that individuals are able to plan and carry out complex tasks of dawah and training to further the cause of Islam in Europe as a whole and the UK specifically.
We aim to clarify the principles of interaction between Muslims and the principles of citizenship that are at the very heart of Islam as well as nurture a deep love towards contributing to European civilisation.
Our aim is to provide a real, useful and valid skill base for everyone that works with us and to serve the community further.
Our activities include Scouting, Talks, Camps, Webinars, Seminars, Podcasting and Lobbying to name a few.