Aalim Course. Awarded in Ih­san Cnt

The Miracle - - Front Page - By: Mo­ham­mad Taha

On Au­gust 12, was another im­por­tant mile­stone in the his­tory of Al-Ih­san Ed­u­ca­tional Foun­da­tion. For the sec­ond time, a group of stu­dents com­menced their Dawra of Ha­dith, the last year if the Aal­imiyya pro­gram, also known as the Aalim Course. This group of stu­dents con­sists of 3 boys and 6 girls, an ac­com­plish­ment which, be­sides On­tario, has never been com­pleted any­where in Canada. The pro­gram be­gan when Mufti Aasim Rashid, founder and pres­i­dent of Al-Ih­san wel­comed all the guests and gave them an over­view of the pro­gram. This was fol­lowed by an in­spir­ing talk by spe­cial guest Mufti Saiyed Mus­li­hudeen Sa­hab (hafiza­hul­lah) (Shaykh al-Ha­dith Darul Uloom Dews­bury), who spoke re­gard­ing about the virtue and im­por­tance of the knowl­edge of ha­dith. Mufti Aasim Sa­hab then ad­dressed the con­gre­ga­tion, and spoke re­gard­ing im­por­tant on­go­ing is­sues in the Mus­lim world, and how they should be tack­led. The hounourable guest, Hazrat Maulana Yusuf Mo­tala (hafiza­hul­lah) (Founder and Shaykh al-Ha­dith Darul Uloom Bury) then con­ducted the main pro­gram of the event. The reverred Shaykh com­menced the Si­hah al-Sitta by read­ing the first ha­dith of each book. The Si­hah al-Sitta con­sist of Sahih al-Bukhari, Sahih Mus­lim, Su­nan al-Tir­midhi, Su­nan Abi Dawood, Su­nan Ibn Ma­jah, and Su­nan al-Na­sai). He then ad­dressed the crowd and con­veyed some very valu­able pieces of ad­vice and wis­dom. The pro­gram was con­cluded with a heart-melt­ing dua by Shaykh Mufti Mus­li­hudeen Sa­hab, and a de­li­cious lunch. May Al­lah ac­cept all the ef­forts of the stu­dents and teach­ers and vol­un­teers that went into or­ga­niz­ing this pro­gram and mak­ing it a suc­cess. In­shAl­lah, these 9 stu­dents will grad­u­ate from as cer­ti­fied schol­ars late 2019, and will serve as beacons of light for our com­mu­ni­ties.

For more in­for­ma­tion re­gard­ing Al-Ih­san and its pro­grams, visit www.ih­san.ca, and fol­low then on Face­book @ Al-Ih­san In­sti­tute.

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