Seminar: Social Etiquette in the QurÂ’an

SwissMuslimEvents was pleased to present a seminar in association with the Muslim Students Association of Zurich on the topic of Social Etiquette in the Qur’an.

Humans are social creatures, and across the span of our lifetimes we experience relationships with different types of people: our parents, our spouses, neighbours, fellow Muslims, workers. Some have rights that others don’t, and some have rights which if we do not take care of will have an impact on our standing in front of Allah.
Amongst the themes discussed in the seminar were the following:

  • Personal etiquette
  • Etiquette with family
  • Communal Etiquette
  • Financial etiquette
  • … and more

About the speaker

Sh. Ahdeeb Khatib completed memorisation of the Quran at the Institute of Islamic Education in Dewsbury, along with a six year study of various disciplines including Qira’at, Tafseer and Fiqh. He attained Alimiyyah at Darul Uloom in Blackburn and completed a degree in Science and Mathematics at the University of Huddersfield, and first year PGCE at the University of Hull.
He has lectured in New Jersey America, Cambridge College, Leeds, and has also conducted Quranic Intensive courses

If you were unable to attend the seminar we are making the audio files from the seminar available to you.

      Social Etiquette in the Qur’an part 1
      Social Etiquette in the Qur’an part 2
      Social Etiquette in the Qur’an part 3
      Social Etiquette in the Qur’an part 4
      Social Etiquette in the Qur’an part 5
      Social Etiquette in the Qur’an part 6