Saturday, 29 November 2008

ArAbiC CLaSses are on hold


For those who are involve in the Arabic course by mcs and those who are still interested to join this course,there will be no Arabic classes till after christmas break.this is due to many of us are going to have their exams before the break and going back to their country for the Christmas break.furthermore,we are now revising on the current syllabus and insyaAllah,we will have more interesting and beneficial classes afterwards.we are keen to see you after the break with this new and revolutionized classes insyaAllah.
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Wednesday, 19 November 2008

ATTENTION: New Venue for Arabic Class

Salam and Hi everyone, below is some details for Arabis class this week. hope to see you guys there. Thank you.


LEARN ARABIC:introductory to written and spoken arabic

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Brookfield Health Science Complex

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Wednesday, 5 November 2008

Dr Azzam Tamimi Seminar


Islamic Revivalism in the 20th Century”
“Chronicles of Islamic Political Thought”

by Dr Azzam Tamimi

Azzam Tamimi is a Palestinian academic and political activist based in the United Kingdom. He is a prominent member of the Muslim Association of Britain and the Stop the War Coalition. He is currently the director of Institute of Islamic Political Thought in London and appears regularly on al-Jazeera and PressTV other channel.

Tamimi came to Britain more than 30 years ago, and he and his family have since become British citizens. He received a PhD in Political Theory from University of Westminster, London in 1998 and has written several books including “Rachid Ghannouchi, Democrat within Islamism” and “Hamas: Unwritten Chapters”.

‘Islamic Revivalism in the 20th Century’

7th November 2008. Friday 6pm Robert Emmet Theatre, Arts Block, Trinity College Dublin.

This lecture will be about the Islamic concept of revivalism and revivalists from the 18th century, 19th century and 20th century the history of Islamic revivalism after the fall of the Caliphate with particular focus on Egypt, Turkey, middle east and the Sub-Indian continent. Individuals discussed in the lecture include Ibn Taymiyah, Abu Hamid Al Ghazzali, Mohammad Ibn Abdul Wahhab, Shah Waliullah Dahlawi, Mohammad Rida, Said Nursi, Hassan Al Banna, Abu’l Ala Mawdudi etc.


“Chronicles of Islamic Political Thought”

8th November 2008. Saturday 10am Robert Emmet Theatre, Arts Block, Trinity College Dublin.

The course covers the development of Islamic Political Thought from Islamic teachings, Political thought applied by the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), Political thought of the 4 righteous Chaliphs, Fitnah between The Fitnah between Imam Ali (Radiallahuanhu) and Amir Muawiya (Radiallahuanhu) and the formation of the Khawarij sect and the Shia sect, then going to the political thought of famous Muslim individuals like Ibn Khuldun, Al-Mawardi, Al-Shabiti and Ibn Taimiyah ie details of Shariah.

Then going into the political thinking of intellectuals like Muhammad Iqbal, Abu’Ala Mawdudi and Sayyid Qutb including the latters famous categorization of Tawheed Al-Hakimiyah. Also discussing Islam and Democracy, Islam and secularism, and Islam and Human rights.

These events are designed to boost the think tank of both muslims and non-muslims.


For those who interested to come to these seminar, you can contact Shamsudin(0857732585) for more details. Admission is free for members of MCS.

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Sunday, 2 November 2008

LEARN ARABIC:introductory to written and spoken arabic

assalamualaikum (peace be upon you)

muslim cultural society of ucc proudly present the basic Arabic course for those who are interested.this is a great chance for all of you to learn Arabic from kuwaitis isnyaallah (by god willing).this course will be held every friday at 5 pm in G10 brookfields (place to be confirmed).those who are interested can come on that day.good news for those who are keenly interested,this course is for FREE.come and join us.any inquiries please contact faimee at 0851612941 or email him at

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