- Program Overview
- Programme Structure
- Program Prerequisites
- Important Dates - Semester - 2 (Year - 2016)
- Video Introduction
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Muslim women scholars are part of our history. And by looking at that history, we can bring Muslim society closer to what it once was
Dr Mohammed Akram Nadwi
This is no ordinary discovery. It is set to rewrite the history of Muslims and humankind for ever. Never in the history of the world did the women experience such empowerment, freedom, dignity and respect as was in the Islamic history. However this part of the history of Muslims has been long forgotten and largely unexplored. But not any more. Dr Mohammed Akram Nadwi has uncovered a large body of evidence to show that for a greater part of the Islamic history Muslim women were an integral part of Islamic scholarship and were deeply involved in the formation of the Sharia’h from the time of Prophet Muhammad until as recently as 200 years ago. Women were respected as scholars, jurists and teachers in addition to their dignity as mothers, wives and daughters. Many were successful entrepreneurs too. His ground-breaking research spanning over 15 years has so far uncovered biographies of over 10000 female scholars dating back to the time of the Prophet. These women-scholars wielded positive influence upon the general public, the ruling class and the male scholars of their time. Many were the teachers and mentors of the famous male scholars whose names we hear about so often today. Unfortunately not many people (including Muslims) know about this.
Now this your opportunity to discover this yourself with a historic and rare 6 month Diploma programme (6 days of lectures spanning over 6 months) with Dr Mohammed Akram Nadwi himself. In addition to the historic accounts, the seminar will focus on bringing back this lost tradition back to life.
The Role of Muslim Women in the Society is one of the most misunderstood concepts of Islam among the Muslims themselves let alone non-Muslims. So many over-cautious non-Islamic practices have been integrated in to various Muslim cultures so much so that many Muslims think that those practices are part of the religion. Unfortunately this is very rampant when it concerns women as the Muslims have lost touch with their own rich and empowering traditions.
Our traditions have grown weak, and when people are weak, they grow cautious. When they’re cautious, they don’t give their women freedoms.
De Mohammed Akram Nadwi
God has given girls qualities and potential. If they aren’t allowed to develop them, if they aren’t provided with opportunities to study and learn, it’s basically a live burial.
Dr Mohammed Akram Nadwi
- Scholarship of the wives and daughters of the Prophet sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallaam – Day1
- Scholarship of the wives and daughters of the Prophet sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallaam – Day2
- Special scholarship of Aishah radhi allahu anha
- Scholarship of the female companions of the Prophet sallallahu ‘alayhi wasaslaam
- Scholarship of the female students of the male and female companions of the Prophet sallallahu ‘alayhi wasaslaam
- Scholarship of the next few generations of female scholars
- Scholarship of the recent generation (last 200 years) of female scholars
Important Dates – Semester – 2 (Year – 2016)
Start Date for Diploma: 5th Aug, 2016
End Date for Diploma: 4th Mar, 2017
Individual Class Start and End Dates (All Class lectures are delivered online on CIC LMS)
|Scholarship of the wives and daughters of the Prophet sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallaam – Day1||5th Aug 2016||11th Aug 2016||4th Sep 2016||4th Mar 2017|
|Scholarship of the wives and daughters of the Prophet sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallaam – Day2||5th Sep 2016||11th Sep 2016||4th Oct 2016||4th Mar 2017|
|Special scholarship of Aishah radhi allahu anha||5th Oct 2016||11th Oct 2016||4th Nov 2016||4th Mar 2017|
|Scholarship of the female companions of the Prophet sallallahu ‘alayhi wasaslaam||5th Nov 2016||11th Nov 2016||4th Dec 2016||4th Mar 2017|
|Scholarship of the female students of the male and female companions of the Prophet sallallahu ‘alayhi wasaslaam||5th Ded 2016||11th Dec 2016||4th Jan 2017||4th Mar 2017|
|Scholarship of the next few generations of female scholars||5th Jan 2017||11th Jan 2017||4th Feb 2017||4th Mar 2017|
|Scholarship of the recent generation (last 200 years) of female scholars||5th Feb 2017||11th Feb 2017||4th Mar 2017||4th Mar 2017|
Where applicable, the dates for the examinations, quiz will be published in the Learning Management System.
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