European Academy for Islamic Studies

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Course 2: 40 Hadith of Imam Nawawi

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HADITH STUDIES DEPARTMENT

Course 2:

Imam Nawawi’s 40 Hadith

  • This course will cover the study of the renowned 40 hadith of Imam an-Nawawi which cover the most comprehensive ahadith in our religion; Read the rest of this entry »

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March 27, 2010 at 3:51 pm

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Our Teachers and Lecturers

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The European Academy for Islamic Studies (EAIS) believes that knowledge is an amanah (trust) and hence it must be disseminated with clarity and authenticity.  Our Teachers are of the highest calibre.  They have extensive experience in teaching Arabic  and the Islamic disciplines to both Muslims and non-Muslims across the globe. 

Male Teachers

  1. Sheikh Abdul Hadi Arwani (syrian origin) graduated with a B.A. Hons from the Faculty of Shariah in Jordan and specialises in the field of Quran, Usool Al Fiqh and Fiqh.  He is a specialist in Hanafi Fiqh and has taught Al Ikhtiyaar and Nur Al Idah over the last 3 years in concentrated study circles based in Slough and West London.  The Ustadh is currently the Imam of Masjid Al Noor in Acton and  teaches extensively on the shariah degree programme at EAIS.  In recent years he has taught Ibn Hajr’s Buloogh Al Maram wa Adilatul Ahkaam (the attainment of the objective according to the ordinances of the shariah), Sahih Bukhari and Ulum Al Qu’ran.  The sheikh is the foremost authority on Marriage contracts and Divorce law (according to Islam) in London.  He is an expert Raaqi’ as well;
  2. Sheikh Ali Al Khalfa’oui (algerian origin) graduated from Madeenah Islamic University (K.S.A) with a B.A. Hons in Usul Al Deen.  In addition he studied for six years under the world renowned noble Shuyukh Mukhtaar Al Shinqiti and Nasr Al Aql.  He specialises in Uloom Al Hadeeth and Aqidah.  He has Ijazah to teach Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, Nukhbatul Fikr, Aqidah Wasatiyyah and Aqidah Tahawiyyah amongst many other works;
  3. Sheikh Mohammad Khalil (egyptian origin) graduated from Al-Azhar (Cairo).  Born in Faaqous in Egypt, he started studying tajweed from an early age. He memorised the Qur’an by 18 years old. and graduated with a B.A. specialising in the 14 recitations from Ma’had lil Qira’at be Madinat al-Isma’iliyah, Misr (an affiliate of Al Azhar).  He has the Highest Sanad (a’la al-Isnaad feel Aa’lam) from Sheikh Zakariyya Al-Jamajmouni consisting of only 13 narrators.  He has ijazas in the 10 Qira’at, from a number of Shuyukh including Sa’ed Sabaah, Abdul Sam’i Basyouni, Sheikh Mustapha Boohee, Jabir Irjaad, Zakariya Abdul Salaam (all from Egypt) and Sheikh Ali Al-Ghamidie (Makkah).  He has memorised many famous mutoon (texts) and has Ijaza to teach including al-Tuhfatul al-Atfaal, al-Jazariya, ash-Shatibiya, ad-Durra, at-Tayiba;
  4. Sheikh Ahmad Amir Ali  (Mohammad ibn Saud University, K.S.A).  Sheikh Ahmad is the Principal and founding Director of the European Academy for Islamic Studies.  He specialises in the study of Seerah and Tafseer.  Sheikh Ahmad often appears on Arab sattelite channels such as Mustaqillah advocating Islamic viewpoints towards contemporary issues.  He is also a regular khateeb at a mosque in Hounslow (West London);
  5. Sheikh Abdul Rahman Zaidi (Ph.D from Al-Azhar (Egypt) and B.A. Hons in Shariah from Algeria).  Sheikh Zaidi is currently khateeb at Al Muntada Al Islami London and Head of the Islamic Studies degree programme at EAIS.  He is the principal lecturer at the Academy.  His book on the subject of Al Ijtihaad (juristic exertion) has acquired critical acclaim from contemporary scholars and academics and is listed as a ‘must-read’ book in all main encyclopedias related to Maqasid Al Shariah (the higher objectives of Islamic law).  The sheikh specialises in the teaching of Bidayatul Mujtahid (the starting point for a Mujtahid) by Ibn Rushd; Read the rest of this entry »

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Location of EAIS

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EAIS is located just behind London’s Whitechapel Mosque (East London) on 33-35 Commercial Road (E1 1LD)

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Become an EAIS ‘friend’ – Visit us on Facebook

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To keep abreast of the latest courses and free events at EAIS, why not add us to your facebook account.  Simply do a search for: European-Academy Islamic-Studies and you’ll find us.

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