COURSES / ESSENTIALS
Toxic: Adab Of Offline
And Online Disagreement
Note: This is an online-only course. Course will be conducted on Google Meet.
Abu Sa’id al-Khudri reported: The Prophet ﷺ said:
“When the son of Adam wakes up in the morning, all of his limbs defer to the tongue and they say: ‘Fear Allah regarding us, for we are only a part of you. If you are upright, we are upright. If you are crooked, we are crooked.’”
Thursdays (4 weeks)
27 Oct – 17 Nov 2022
8pm – 9.30pm
Online: Google Meet
Google Meet can be accessed via laptop or any mobile devices. If you are using mobile devices, you will be required to access using a Gmail account. You may create a free Gmail account if you are accessing it from your mobile.
Ustaz Taufiq bin Radja Nurul Bahri
The most dangerous disease 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. Disputes which lead to division and disunity are tantamount to abandoning the guidance of the Prophet and becoming alienated from him ﷺ.
If differences of opinion operates in a healthy framework, they could enrich the Muslim mind and stimulate intellectual development. It could help to expand perspectives and make us look at problems and issues in wider and deeper ramifications, and with greater precision and thoroughness.
Knowledge of Islamic ethics and norms in dealing with differences, will undoubtedly benefit the ummah which are now dissipated and wasted.
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Meet recordings are made available within 1-2 working days from day of the tutorial. Recordings will be an online-access only for 30 days from the conclusion of this course. Subsequently, recordings will be processed and edited and uploaded on AQATV app (monthly subscription).
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