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“Jumu’ah is an important institution for reforming society”

Join Ustadh Asim Khan in this exclusive interactive series learning and reflecting on Sūrat al-Jumu’ah, over the next three weeks, in bite-sized parts just for Ramadān.

This amazing Sūrah describes the role of the Messenger ﷺ, how our relationship with the Qur’ān should be, and how the Weekly Friday Prayer is supposed to reform the world we live in.

Click here for course notes and mp3.

About Imam Asim Khan

Ustadh Asim Khan is currently the Imam of Redbridge Islamic Centre, Instructor for the Sabeel institute, & author for Islam21c.com. He has, from an early age, excelled in academic studies and has gained a Masters in Pharmacy from the University College London, UK, as well as studying Arabic and Quranic Sciences in Cairo, Egypt. He appears regularly on Islam Channel's religious programming & is currently presenting the Dreamer show for Eman Channel. Ustadh Asim has a special interest in Tafsir studies and teaches the subject in London where he lives.

3 comments

  1. Very beneficial! Too often, we ignore the significance of this blessed day. I think masaajid should dedicate more khutub to educatet the people about the significance of Jumu’ah, it’s virtues, rulings, etc.
    JazakAllahu khayr

  2. Very beneficial! Too often, we ignoret he significance of this blessed day. I think masaajid should dedicate more khutub to educatet the people about the significance of Jumu’ah, it’s virtues, rulings, etc.
    JazakAllahu khayr

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