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Assalamu Alaikum,

Please take a few minutes to watch this short beneficial video from Mawlana Shams Tameez, where he shares some reflections on the historic events which took place at the Aya Sofya Mosque in Istanbul yesterday.
*Unique Arafah Day Hadith Gathering*

We would like to extend an invitation to our unique brief gathering for the transmission of the hadith of the day of Arafah taking place today.

This is a hadith of the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace) which is transmitted by a Shaykh to students specifically on the day of Arafah, with the Shaykh himself having received the hadith from his teacher on the day of Arafah as well, and so on up the chain of transmission.

We are extremely fortunate to be receiving this hadith from our teacher, Shaykh Khalid al-Turkestani from Mecca, a close student of Shaykh Muhammad Yasin al-Fadani and Sayyid Muhammad bin Alawi al-Maliki.

In order to join the gathering please click on the following link for the transmission to be started at 3pm UK time.

Link: www.karima.org.uk/live
InshAllah starting this Wednesday as part of our efforts to cater for our diverse Sunni community.
Due to continuing concerns about public health this class will only be online for the moment, with the intention to also have a in person offering when the time is right inshAllah.
Our first lesson on the rules of prayer in the Hanbali school
The recording for lesson 2 on the Hanballi rules of prayer is now uploaded to the site.
It can be accessed via enrollment on the course:
https://www.daralhadith.org.uk/courses/hanbali-fiqh-of-prayer-2/
Assalamu Alaikum, this is our youtube channel, if possible please subscribe, barakAllah fikum.
Assalamu alaikum, please find a clip from our lecture yesterday, additional clips will be uploaded in the coming days InshAllah
Our new learning portal coming soon inshAllah