March 06, 2009
As-salām ʿalaykum wa raḥmatullāhi wa barkaatuh,
Below is a reminder sent on behalf of Darul-Ḥadīth for the “Book of Prayer” intensive class beginning tomorrow. Please send an email directly to darulḥadī[email protected] for any required information.
Dār As-Ṣaḥāba Admin on behalf of Darul-Ḥadīth
As-salām ʿalaykum wa raḥmatulahi wa barkatuhu
al-Ḥamdu-Lillāhi Rabbil-ʿĀlamīn was-Ṣalātu was-Salāmu ʿalā
Ashrafil-Anbiyā.e wal-Mursalīn, wa ba’d: As you might know by now, tomorrow inshaAllāh, Saturday the 7th will be the 1st day of the intensive course the book of Prayer. We will have an introduction of the course, this section will be open to everyone that want to have an idea about the course, so you can invite your friends and family. For those who are planning to register for the course, you can fill the registration form and email it back to us and bring a signed one along with you tomorrow.
The registration form and rules (different versions) can be found at http://darulhadiths.googlepages.com/home. If you still haven’t emailed your completed electronic copy of the forms to darulhadī[email protected], please do so now. In addition to the electronic copy, please print out a hard-copy, sign it and bring it with you along with the fee to the 1st day of class. Darul-Ḥadīth will still need your signed hard copy. Guests are welcome to attend the 1st class for free after which they can decide whether or not to register. More details and further instructions concerning the course can be found on the registration form and rules.
THE BOOK OF PRAYER INTENSIVE COURSE
Taught by: Shaykh Abū ʿAbd al-Raḥmān Muḥammad ʿAlī (Graduate of the Islāmic University of Madīnah, Faculty of Ḥadīth)
Date & Time: Saturdays, beginning March 7th, 2009 4:00pm to 7:00pm
Location: 1st Class – 5050 Minto Building, Carleton University Remaining Classes – TBA, Carleton University Ottawa, Ontario
Registration Fee: $120/person
— Darul Ḥadīth Admin, “Whoever treads a path in search of knowledge, Allāh will make easy for him the path to Paradise.” – Ṣaḥīḥ Muslim – The Book of Invitations