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Zammilooni – Maint... Learn how to maintain a successful marriage by looking at examples from the Sunnah and applying it to the challenges faced by couples today
Jul
5
Sunday, 5th July
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Maintaining A Successful Marriage

During these unprecedented times, we are seeing an increase in marriages breaking down and new challenges being faced when finding a spouse, such as navigating through online matrimonial sites whilst trying to keep it halal. This Webinar series aims to provide beneficial advice for couples and singletons.

This is a unique marriage course based on the Seerah (biography) of Prophet Muhammad (saw) exploring his marriages to his wives, with a particular focus on dispute resolution and positive behaviours. The aim of the course is to provide guidance to Muslims who wish to get married or are already married by applying prophetic guidance for a successful marriage demonstrated by the Shaykh in a pragmatic and a practical manner.

A brief outline of topics covered:

  • Companionship and Shared responsibilities
  • Practical tips to maintain a healthy marriage and strategies to avoid conflict, especially during the lock down and the stresses related to current situation
  • Gain an insight into the life of the Prophet (saw) and his marriages to his wives and learn practical tips to achieve a loving and supportive marriage.
  • We learn how to balance our life, dedicating time to worship Allah (swt) and fulfil our duties.

The Teacher

Shaykh Dr. Abu Ibrahim has a PhD in law, specialising in Islamic Family Law. He also has a Masters in Islamic studies and has completed his Alim course. He has written academic papers published by both Cambridge and Oxford University on Muslim marriages and more. He currently sits as an Islamic advisor on the board of a Sharia Council dealing with issues related to Islamic Marriage and Divorce.

We strongly recommend that you are prepared to take notes during the webinar.

IMPORTANT: Please note that registering for one webinar will not automatically register you for all of them, you need to register for each event individually. To register for the rest of the webinars please visit www.islamichelp.org.uk/events

** ACCESS TO THE LIVE WEBINAR IS FIRST COME – FIRST SERVED! EVEN IF YOU HAVE REGISTERED ON EVENTBRITE, IF YOU ARE LATE TO THE WEBINAR YOU MAY NOT GET ACCESS. THIS IS THE SAME POLICY FOR ANYONE WHO HAS BOOKED A FREE TICKET OR A SPONSORED TICKET. **

REGISTRATION & WEBINAR ACCESS:

1. Please ensure you complete all the fields accurately, a unique registration link will be sent to you via e-mail once you have completed this. Look out for an e-mail from ISLAMIC HELP – WEBINAR LINK.

2. We will try to send you an SMS reminder about the webinar.

3. You can only use your unique webinar link, if you share it with someone else and they access the webinar using the same link, you will be logged out!

4. Spaces are limited, if you want to attend this webinar please make sure you sign up now, don’t leave it until the last minute. Registration is first come – first served, this means if you log in late to the webinar you risk missing out.

5. This webinar is part of the Understanding My Surahs for Salah Series, you will need to register for each webinar individually. Registering for one webinar does not automatically register you for all of them.

6. You can access the webinar using an up-to-date mobile device like an iPhone or Android phone but we recommend you use a laptop or computer for the best viewing experience, however this isn’t essential, 40% of our viewers use a mobile device.

FUNDRAISING: During the webinar we will have a very short fundraising appeal. Islamic Help is a humanitarian aid charity and the fundraising will go towards supporting our work around the world.

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FUNDRAISING: During the webinar we will have a very short fundraising appeal. Islamic Help is a humanitarian aid charity and the fundraising will go towards supporting our work around the world.