Knock Out Shaytan
Saturday, 2nd November
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
event details
register here (Seats available)

On a daily basis we battle Shaytan, the one who tries to mislead us and take us astray from the path that Allah has made straight. This evil whisperer influences us to do wrong even though our hearts want to do right. Some of us feel that Shaytan has a tight grip on our heart and mind and we wish that this evil being was nowhere near us.

Alhamdulillah for the believer there is support, for Allah (swt) has given us tools to protect us from the influence of Shaytan, and His Messenger Muhammad (saw) has guided us on how best to use these tools.

During the Knock Out Shaytan seminar, Shaykh Dr. Abu Ibrahim will give advice and guidance on how to fight our daily battles with Shaytan and how to keep his influence away from us.

Register for your free tickets now and, for the sake of Allah, encourage those you love to also attend this truly beneficial seminar delivered by the charismatic and engaging Shaykh Dr. Abu Ibrahim!

During the event we will be fundraising for our Emergency Winter Appeal or another one of Islamic Help’s humanitarian aid projects.

Are children allowed to attend?
Yes, children are allowed to attend. However, we kindly request that parents keep their children with them throughout the entire event. Please do not let them run around or wander off on their own. This is for their own health and safety.

If your child becomes restless we ask that you kindly leave the hall with them and return once they are settled.

Unfortunately if your child does cause a lot of noise and disturbance during the event, we may have to ask you to leave. This isn’t something we want to do but we have to respect the learning environment for all attendees.

Seating policy
Seating is on a first-come, first served basis. Anyone with a ticket is entitled to a seat. However, the ticket holds no monetary value. The organisers of the event reserve the right to refuse entry or evict any individual or group from the event at any time, for any reason.

This event is segregated, men and women will be sat on different sides of the seminar hall.

Dress code
We ask all guests to dress modestly and to respect that this is a family event which is taking place inside a Mosque which has its own dress-code requirements.

Registering for the event
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