21st Century Muslim: A Balance Between Hope and Fear
There are 1.7 billion Muslims in the world today and Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world – in our long history, we have faced and overcome many challenges.
Being a Muslim in today’s society comes with challenges that are unprecedented and ever increasing in number, so now more than ever it is important that we talk about how to be a Muslim in the 21st Century.
A believer on his path towards Allah is like a bird with two wings which it requires to fly properly and maintain its balance with; these ‘wings’ are hope and fear. A shortfall in either of the two makes the bird lose balance, and missing both signifies the death of the bird.
Join us for this series of dinners and lectures with Sh. Yasir Qadhi, where we will explore what it means to be a 21st Century Muslim – whilst raising funds for the East Africa Crisis Appeal.
About the Shaykh:
Yasir Qadhi is an American scholar and author of numerous books. Sh. Yasir Qadhi travels the world delivering lectures on Islam and contemporary Muslim issues. In 2011, New York Times Magazine described Qadhi as “one of the most influential conservative clerics in American Islam”.
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