In the name of Allah, Most Benificent, Most Merciful
All Praise is due to Allah, Lord of the worlds
Peace and salutations upon His beloved Messenger
ISLAMIC CULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION
ABU ZAHRA FOUNDATION
SPRING SEMESTER 2008
SEERAH OF THE PROPHET MOHAMMED (peace and salutations be upon him)
& THE FIQH OF HALAL AND HARAAM
Course delivered by Shaykh Atabek Shukurov Nasafi
February 1st to 4th April 2008
Time: Fridays 7.30pm-9.30pm
Madni Jamia Masjid
101 Thornbury Road
(off Killinghall Road)
Bradford BD3 8SA
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* fee to cover costs and course material for students . No student will be turned away due to lack of funds.
** Special arrangements for sisters
Sheikh Atabek Shukurov Nasafi began his religious studies in his native Uzbekistan at the young age of ten under local scholars such as Sheikh Sayyid Karim Namangany and Sheikh Mohammed Jaan, under whose guidance he began to memorise the Qur’an.
He completed his studies at the age of 21 in various subjects including Arabic Language, Hadith, Fiqh, Tafsir, Tajwid at Madrasa Abul Qasim and Jamia Islamia in Uzbekistan.In 1998 he moved to Damascus for higher studies with some of the finest scholars of our time. He enrolled on a four year ‘al-Ijaza al-Alimiyya’ programme at the Takhassus Institute which is affiliated to al-Azhar University, Egypt. During this time his studies included: Sharh Ibn Aqeel with Sh. Atiyya, Sharh Fiqh al-Akbar with Sh. Adeeb al-Kallas, Lubab with Sh. Abdullah Rabiah, Aqida with Sh. Saeed Ramadan al-Buti, Risala Qushariyya with Sh. Abdul Fatah Bizm, Hadith with Sh. Sadiq Darwish, Da’wa with Sh. Tawfiq al-Buti.
Whilst continuing his studies at the institute he also focused on intensive private lessons with Sheikh Muhammed Adnan Darwish and covered Fath Bab al-Inaya and the Mu’atta Imam Malik. He also studied Shudhoor al-Dhab, Sharh Qatar al-Nida, Thufatal Mureed, and Mukhtasar al-Bukhari with Sheikh Rushdi al-Qalam.
He graduated in 2003 after spending the final year at al-Azhar University and was given certification by the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy.
He moved to Keighley in September 2006, with his family, as a Resident Scholar at the Abu Zahra Foundation.