Have you ever asked yourself one of the following questions?
- SinceÂ we Muslims all believe in the message of the finalÂ Prophet, Muhammad sallallahu alaihi wa sallam, why are there so many different schools of thought?
- How is it possible that teachings from this one source can spawn multiple opinions?
- Why do scholars seem to differ so often?
- Are the shaikhs belonging to theÂ school of thought that I follow REALLY better than other scholars?
The Muslim Students Association of Zurich and Swiss Muslim Events invited to the full-day seminar ‘Understanding differences of opinion in Islam’ where the aboveÂ questions were answered and – alhamdulilah – our students feedback was very postive and grateful towards the knowledge provided by Ustadh Alomgir.
… insha’Allah soon, we will upload the audios of the seminar.
About the speaker
Ustdah Alomgir Ali has a BA in Arabic & English language and has studied Arabic and Islamic studies in Cairo and holds a degree in Shariah at al Azhar University in Cairo.
He has translated a number of books and holds weekly Tafseer classes in London and is a regular Khateeb in a number of mosques in London beside being an Imam in central London.