A Weekend with Faraz Rabbani

Faraz Rabbani Visits Houston

Shaykh Faraz Rabbani Comes to Houston

Your Differences Are a Mercy:
The Beautiful Diversity of the Muslim World

Shaykh Faraz Rabbani is a scholar of fiqh and the Islamic sciences. After graduating from the University of Toronto with a degree in Commerce and Economics, the Shaykh studied Islamic Rulings, Islamic Theology, and other Islamic sciences with the great scholars of Damascus. Since then, Shaykh Faraz has been traveling the world in his quest for knowledge and the spread of it.  He maintains an active presence online and has been on the leading edge of bringing Islam to a worldwide audience via the Internet.
He runs the blog Seeker’s Digest and has a regular column in Islamica Magazine. Encouraged by his instructors to return to the West to teach, he now teaches and lives in Toronto.  He has contributed to BBC Online and is a regular speaker at ISNA and other Islamic events and conferences.
Friday, February 11
1. Juma Khutbah
1:30 PM Khutbah and Prayer

2. Your Differences are a Mercy: The Beautiful Diversity of the Muslim World

7:30 PM Isha Prayer7:45 PM Lecture (60 minute lecture/15 minute Q&A)

Saturday, February 12

3. True Love: A Muslim’s Guide to a Successful Marriage
Workshop Schedule
9:30 AM Breakfast
10:00 AM Sesssion 1
12:00 PM Lunch
12:30 PM Session 2
1:45 PM Concluding Comments
2:00 PM Dhuhr Prayer

4. The Myth of Parental Obedience: Separating Fact from Tradition

Maryam Islamic Center 504 Sartartia Road, Sugar Land TX
8:00 PM Isha Prayer
8:15 PM Lecture (60 minute lecture/15 minute Q&A)
All events are free and open to the public.No registration is required.  Free babysitting available.  Lunch is $5 on Saturday.
“We have very little sense of direction or a vision of where we want to go as a community.  We have to start seeing where we want to be as individuals and as a community.  We should ask ourselves if a lot of the foolishness that we involve ourselves in, such as what I call the ‘Blogistan,’ does this really matter when we stand before Allah (SWT)?  Nothing is stopping us from success as a community except ourselves.”

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