Jumada Al-Thani 7, 1442 AH
Fear of Allah
Location: Online via Google Meet
Agenda: (please note, we have included many links where you can read in detail more on each subject)
Note: During our Halaqa’s, Allah willing, we encourage discussion after each section. Sisters can share their reflections, thoughts and questions.
O Allah, bless this Halaqa, allow us to gain, act upon and share beneficial knowledge.
Guide us, forgive our sins and grant us Jannah with our families and loved ones.
O my Lord increase me in knowledge*. رَّبِّ زِدْنِى عِلْمًا Ameen
Sister Alia read Surah Fatihah aloud; then she recited from Surah Taa-Haa verse 88-98, followed by Sister Megan, reading the English Approximation by Dr. Mustafa Khattab, the Clear Quran. In sha Allah, this will be an ongoing part of our Halaqa, and one day in sha Allah, we will have Khatam Quran and begin again.
Surah Taa-Haa verse 88-98
We have chosen to use Tafsir Ibn Kathir Volume 6
Sister Alia read all three parts.
We are following a book from our library that is not copyrighted.
Tajweed for Beginners Prepared by Qari Ismail Essack
We now have a Tajweed Channel and Group on Telegram, where Sisters can catch up on missed lessons and participate in group discussions. Email us if you would like to join.
She has found an excellent website to help augment our learning. Here is a link to today’s lesson:
Sister Shimaa reviewed the previous lesson and taught us
Homework: To augment our learning, Sister Shimaa wants us to watch the following video.
While it is a long video, she suggested focusing from the 7th minute onward.
A Temporary Gift
Sister Megan read:
Voices of the Oppressed: True Parenthood, Blindness of disbelief
Great Women of Islam Who Were Given the Good News of Paradise
Sister Alia finished the chapter about
Starting at pdf page 115 to the end of 116
In the book, page 120-121 end of the page
Nurturing Eman in Children
Sister Shimaa read the following:
Part Three: Developing an Islamic Personality
Chapter 12 Additional Keys to Developing an Islamic Personality
Pdf Page 158-160
Learn A Dua
News and Schedule
For the expiation of sins, said at the conclusion of a sitting or gathering. To listen to this dua click here.
"How perfect You are O Allah, and I praise You.
I bear witness that None has the right to be worshipped except You.
I seek Your forgiveness and turn to You in repentance."
سُبْحـانَكَ اللّهُـمَّ وَبِحَمدِك، أَشْهَـدُ أَنْ لا إِلهَ إِلاّ أَنْتَ أَسْتَغْفِرُكَ وَأَتوبُ إِلَـيْك
Subhânaka l-lâhumma wa bi-hamdika. Ash-hadu an lâ ilâha illâ anta, astaghfiruka wa atûbu ilayka..
If any of this information was good and true, know that it comes from Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala.
If there are mistakes, we ask for Allah’s Forgiveness and Mercy.