Najaf, also known as Ghariyy, can be considered a capital not only for Shia Hawzas of Iraq but also for various Shia hawzas across the globe. The unique academic nature of this city dates back to its establishment in 450 A.H.
Based on a series of lectures by the author, this book attempts to address the social challenges faced by youth and community in today’s world.
In the first part, using Ashura and the lessons presented by Imam Husayn (a) and his companions as a basis, the author highlights the qualities that we need to nurture within ourselves in order to gain a higher quality of spiritual life.
The second part of this book deals with issues of gender equality, social relationships and modern day trends.
The third part of the book focuses more closely on personal development, marriage, relationships, parenting and dilemmas facing the youth.
Overall, the book aims to take the reader through a journey from understanding one’s purpose and potential to actual implementing noble traits into our lifestyles.
The Curriculum Development team of the Madrasah Centre of Excellence (MCE) has recently released the Draft Curriculum Framework for Madrasah which was produced after a lengthy process of consensus and consultation with religious scholars, educationalists and madrasah teachers. A detailed review of the major curricula currently used by madaris globally was also carried out. A copy of the Framework document is being sent to teachers in each Madrasah in every region.
As we enter Mahe Ramadan, take a moment to reflect on the spiritual importance of this month. Read this article to give you an insight into the significance of this holy month.