As the College is developing rapidly, the web site changes are under way. You will see these changes by the end of October, these will then be followed by substantial improvements to the site. WATCH THIS SPACE!
By Dr. Mohammad Akram Nadwī Oxford, UK Translated by Dr. Abu Zayd Standing in ʿArafah is ṣalāh just as ṭawāf is ṣalāh, for Ḥajj combines all forms of ṣalāh together. Ṣalāh essentially signifies entry into the presence of God. When an ordinary person comes before a powerful king into his majesty’s immediate presence, […]
Easter is a Christian celebration on what they believe to be the resurrection of Jesus after he died on the cross for the sins of his people. Now, Christians and Muslims have many beliefs in common, along with our Jewish cousins. We are all People of the Book, worshiping the same Lord and believing in […]
By: Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi Your question: Who should I pay my zakah to in the West? My response: The qualification in the question, “in the West”, does not have much significance for the answer, except that in the West, Muslims however numerous, do not (or do not yet) organise the collection and expenditure of […]
As we sink into the colder months many people will feel their mood sink. ‘Winter Blues‘, ‘Seasonal Affected Disorder‘ or plain old depression is most prominent in December and January in the Northern hemisphere. Join Dr Zeyn Green-Thompson as he explores Depression and other mental health issues in the light of religion. Understand Mental health issues from the perspective of […]
Are They Important? “[The imams of the past] were not interested in schools, they did not want followers. They were interested only to help the believers“ ‘The Four Madhabs’ is a life-changing seminar by Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi that explores in detail the origins, principles, development, differences, application, spread and the influence of the four common […]
Alhamdulillah, this week, we are starting a historic 2-year programme in Cambridge and Online Worldwide that is unlike any other Qur’an course before…
Both Sir Isaac Newton (from Cambridge University) and Ibrahim ‘alayhi as-salam were great thinkers and great observers. They both observed natural phenomena and came up with amazing but different discoveries. Newton observed an apple falling from a tree…
Semester 1 – Year 2015 started on 5th Jun 2015. Enrolment Open for Certificate Level Only.
Semester 1 – Year 2015 started on 5th May 2015. Enrolment Open for Certificate Level Only.