But Can We Still Be Friends?

Note: This is an online course. Course will be conducted on Youtube Livestream.


Tuesdays (4 weeks)
23 Jul – 13 Aug 2024
8pm – 9.30pm


Online: YouTube Livestream (Private)

Essentials are livestream on Youtube for better quality of video and audio. A private link will be sent to your email weekly prior the tutorial. You will still be able to ask questions via the chatbox and the instructor will respond.


Ustaz Taufiq Bin Radja Nurul Bahri


Yunus al-Sadafi reported: I have not seen anyone wiser than Imam al-Shafi’i. I argued with him one day over an issue and then we departed. He later met me and took my hand, then he said, “O Abu Musa, can we not continue to be brothers even if we disagree on an issue?
– (Syarh Musnad Al-Syafi’i)

Arguably, one of the most dangerous diseases which now afflicts the Muslim Ummah is the disease of disagreement and discord. Its appalling influence has penetrated into ideas and beliefs, morality and behaviour, and ways of speaking and interacting.

Multitudes of people are left contending with one another, and the impression is given that all the Islamic teachings, commands, and prohibitions at the disposal of the Ummah are there only to spur people on to discord and make them revel in destructive conflict.

This is a trend which is in total contrast to the teachings of the Qur’an and the Sunnah. After stressing the paramount duty of affirming the oneness of God, both the Qur’an and the Sunnah stress one thing above all: the unity of the Muslim Ummah. The inability to manage disagreements has led to division amongst family members, schools of thought and societies.

The reality of the matter is that the diversity of opinions, thoughts and methods are supposed to enhance and enrich the ummah. Enable lively exchange of information and the broadening of intellectual horizons.

Schedule and Topic

Tutorial Date Topic
1 23/7/24 Were the Companions of the Prophet ﷺ Diverse in Thought and Practice?
2 30/7/24 One Quran, One Sunnah but many Practices?
3 6/8/24 What is your Mazhab?
4 13/8/24 Case Studies (Ibadah matters, Contemporary issues)


Recordings are made available within 1-2 working days from day of the tutorial. Access to recording available for 60 days from the last tutorial of this course. Subsequently, recordings will be processed and edited and uploaded on AQATV app (monthly subscription).


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