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We focus on groups and organisations whose aim is to establish an Islamic state in the Middle East and wider Islamic world. Analysing ideological and organisational differences, and the strategies used by Islamist...more
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A frank course, focused on participants' engagement, it provides an introductory and exploratory look at Islam dealing with basic principles, practices, diversity, issues and worldview of Muslims in our context. It welcomes controversial or sensitive topics for critical...more
Islamic banking is one of the fastest growing sectors in financial market. Many countries around the world have seen a great demand for Islamic banking services, which has created great job potentials in the field. BOLC Diploma in Islamic Banking & Finance has been designed to explore structure of the...more
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This course will enable you to make patterns and to learn to understand Islamic geometric compositions. You will only need a ruler/straight edge, a pencil and a marker to make these patterns. You won't have to make any calculations, just follow my step by step instructions and you will be amazed at what you...more
Course Details BOLC Diploma in Islamic Banking & Finance has been designed to explore structure of the Islamic banking and finance, industry, its theoretical foundations, products, performances, Islamic financial instruments and risk assessment issues. The course gives you a good starting point for your...more
Course Objective This course is designed to provide participant with an in-depth understanding of the Islamic capital market, its structure and growth. It will discuss the various structures of Islamic Sukuk, looking at their market rating and the legal and Shari’ah issues involved. It will also address...more
t was from the traditions of the sahaba that they would prepare for Ramadan six months in advance. They would pray to Allah for forgiveness, and pray that Ramadan would arrive in a time where they were at the peak of iman. For five months after the completion of Ramadan, the sahaba would ask Allah to accept...more
Sacred texts are fundamental to Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Each faith has produced sublimely beautiful books, through which we can better understand the three traditions – and explore their similarities and differences. This four-week course will introduce you to the origins and development of the Hebrew...more
In this course we will discuss the basic orientation and history of Sufi thought and the diverse cultural variations of Sufism in the Muslim world. We will also discuss the history of Muslim education and educational theories in the early Islamic...more
Islam is one of the great religions of the world. This course is an introduction to the religion: to its origins and early historical development; to its key text and beliefs and practices; and, to its main mystical element. It is also an introduction to the thought of some of its great early philosophers....more
Basic Islamic Teachings to Children I have been teaching Quran & Basic Islamic Teachings to Children and Adults of All ages. I have over one years of experience in Teaching. I am still studying Quran & Hadiths in my spare time. I have studied Tajweed with my own father who is a sheikh himself. Inshallah I...more
Whenever I watch legal TV series like The Good Wife or Suits I can’t help but wonder what life would be like had I pursued law instead of journalism. Would I be as bold and confronting as Harvey Specter or would I be a cool and collected Alicia...
‘Living creatively is something we can honour each and every day, not just waiting for the weekend, or for that time when we retire – it may never come. Let’s choose to live, today.’ It’s not often an interview makes me stop and re-evaluate, yet as...
If you had a spare hour in your day, how would you spend it? Playing video games? Watching your favourite series on Netflix? What about learning something new? I read a very interesting article on inc.com by Michael Simmons...