For This Unique Zakah Virtual Seminar Pay What You Can.
Some say Zakah is complicated. If you never study it, it definitely will be. But it’s a pillar of Islam and ignorance is not an option. That’s why we’re introducing pay what you can. As little or as much as you can. But doors will close for this soon, so make sure to register now!
We All Realize
How Important Zakah Is.
That it’s a pillar of the religion and mentioned many times throughout the Quran, most of the time connected to the salah!
We know Abu Bakr as-Siddiq, may Allah be pleased with him, declared war on Muslims, which eventually led to them being declared apostates because they refused to give zakat.
And that it is from the most fundamental tools that we have to look after not just the poor, but the needy.
And in a world experiencing a pandemic, understanding the Islamic vision of zakah to support the needy will enable you with the confidence to expand beyond the purely destitute and give to those who have a right to it.
Because they have a right to it, it is their haqq.
Zakah isn’t just a right of Allah, it is a right of the people.
So you’re not just being held accountable by Allah but you also being held accountable by the people who are deserving of it. Because it is actually their money.
That’s why it’s so important that we ensure that we’re fulfilling that duty properly.
Who Is This
This seminar is to answer the hundreds of questions that we have about the money in our saving accounts, 401k’s, pension funds, retirement funds, investment accounts and much more.
From brick and mortar stores to virtual shops, from hard cash to digital currencies, the way we interact with money continues to change at a rapid pace, it’s important that you know what Allah will ask you about regarding this great pillar of Islam.
Sh Abu Eesa
Shaykh Abu Eesa Niamatullah has taught the fiqh of Zakah throughout the world for over a decade. He combines experience, ‘ilm, and a modern understanding with an application that is unique and utterly relevant. His teaching style of intense discussion and constant back and forth with students has made him treasured by our student body as one of our most passionate, knowledgeable, and quick-witted senior instructors.
Born in London, England, he studied both Pharmacy at the University of Manchester, then Anthropology, and then later studied Arabic, Islamic Law, and Qur’an with its memorization from scholars in a diverse array of locations in the East and West. His time spent with many different teachers has led to a real variety of experiences and depth in the Islamic Sciences which are so famously expressed in Shaykh AE’s multi-dimensional da’wah and teachings.
Shaykh Abu Eesa previously served as the Resident Scholar of Cheadle Masjid in South Manchester, yet still continues to teach Fiqh weekly there as part of our onsite + online initiative known as “Logical Progression.” He was the previous Resident Scholar of the 1st Ethical Charitable Trust in Bolton, an organization dedicated to civic engagement and Islamic legal and financial education. He is also the Vice-Chair of the Al-Qalam Sharī‘ah Panel, the UK’s premier fatwa body for legal and financial concerns.