Date: March 12, 2017 @ 10.00am – 5.30pm
Venue: The Osmani Centre, 58 Underwood Rd, London E1 5AW, UK
Instructor: Shaykh Mohammad Akram Nadwi
This one-day course and extensive question and answer session will seek to clarify critical questions on the treatment and status of women in Islam. The course will address some of the key Quran and Hadiths texts that are often misquoted or misinterpreted to prove that women have an inferior status in Islam. Topics covered will include women as political leaders, judges, intellectual equality, and women as witnesses, as scholars, violence against women, and women’s access to mosques, education and employment, and their role in family life.
About the Instructor:
Shaykh Mohammad Akram Nadwi is a world-renowned scholar of Indian origin, who received in-depth training in the traditional Islamic disciplines at Nadwat al-Ulama, Lucknow, India, and received a PhD in Arabic literature from Lucknow University. He conducted research for a number of years at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, and has published widely in Urdu, Persian, Arabic and English; including translations, critical editions of Arabic texts, and original monographs on Islamic law, women hadith narrators, and such figures as Abu Hanifa and Sayyid Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi. He has received ijazah from over 600 scholars and completed a monumental 53-volume work of the lives of al-Muhaddithat (female scholars of hadith) in Islamic history.
Source: Jibreel Institute