with Ustadh Hafiz Abdullah Muhammad*


Starting Tuesday 27th April 2010 and thereafter every month
Time: 6pm - 9pm
Venue: Idea Store Canary Wharf, Churchill Place,
Canary Wharf, London E14 5RB


Thematic exegesis of the entire Qur’an, this course will
provide an brief overview of the structure, themes and guidance
provided in each of the 114 chapters of the Qur’an each month.

This will be done by providing a short brief systematic study
of each of the surahs as follows:

• How surah names are related to each surah and the historical
context of its revelations (asbab al-nuzul)
• Inter-textual relationship and coherence (nazm) between the
verses of each surah and the relationship with the preceding/
following surah
• Cross-reference to other parts of the Qur’an to demonstrate
how ‘the Qur’an explains the Qur’an’
• Discussion on linguistic and stylistic devices (balagha),
problems with translation/interpretation and alternative
plausible interpretations
• Practical guidance and lessons that can be derived
from each surah

Inshallah we will start with Sura Al-Fatiha and end with
Surah an-Nas.

*Ustadh Abdullah Muhammad is a Hafiz of the Qur’an.
He has extensive experience in teaching and has been
studying the Qur’an for over two decades with many
scholars. He has written specialist articles
on the Qur’an and has a large collection of works
including over 50 different translations of the
Qur’an in English. He graduated in Law, Masters
in Islamic Studies (London) and PGCE at the Institute
of Education. Currently he is works as a solicitor and
Director of the British Academy of Qur'anic Studies (BACS).

All welcome - Notes included

Limited spaces only and entrance is £10 per session
and via bookings to guarantee places.

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Tel: 07837 645 758
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