The Real Deal: Get rich this world and hearafter

The Real Deal“And Allah has permitted trade, but forbidden riba” [AlBaqarah: 275]

One of the most difficult and confusing issues to Muslims now a days are the matters pertaining to the rulings of buying and selling. With trade and commerce having expanded with such rapid force, many are searching for what Islam has to say about it all. Of recent, a surge in global Islamic finance and the renewed interest in Shariah business law – requires us to understand the basic principles upon which Islam bases its ruling.

In this course, you will be introduced to:

  • The fiqh of Commerce in Shariah
  • Transactions and their classifications
  • Forbidden contracts and their understanding
  • The correct understanding and application of Riba
  • Understand heylah and how to detect it
  • Understand how the element of uncertainity may affect the validity of a transaction
  • Principles of halal investment
  • Manners of a Muslim businessman
  • Comparisons between Western commercial law and Shariah business law
  • Discussion of tens of the most popular modern business transactions – everything from credit cards, road side assistance, pyramind schemes, ebay, unlimited downloads, no deposit lay-bys, cash back policies, modern Islamic mortgages and investments in bonds, stocks and metals, laws on business and intellectual property, franchising..
  • Discussion of sample contracts from Islamic financial institutions
  • A preliminary study of how to Islamize large scale economic policies and ensure smooth transition to a riba free economy.

“I have never attended a more beneficial lecture. It just blew away my mind!” [Quote from a student]

These series of lectures are best sellers world wide. This particular course goes into much more detail than the lessons that may be available in the market under the title: “Halal and Haram of Business Transactions”, so even if you have seen that DVD, you still need to attend this course to gain full and maximum benefit.

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Events – University of Manchester Islamic Society

Forthcoming events organised by your Islamic Society.

Monday 26 Nov 2007: Sahabah – A Forgotten Nation

A talk presented as part of Muslim Week 2007.

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Speaker: Othman Latif
Time: 26 Nov 2007 at 17:30
Venue: Roscoe Theatre A

Tuesday 27 Nov 2007: Trials & Tribulations

A talk presented as part of Muslim Week 2007.

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Speaker: Omar (Tate) Abdullah
Time: 27 Nov 2007 at 17:30
Venue: Roscoe Theatre B

Wednesday 28 Nov 2007: One Day Football Tournament (Brothers)

Presented as part of Muslim Week 2007.

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Time: 28 Nov 2007 at 13:00
Venue: Pitz – Power League, Ardwick

£20 per team. Limited spaces.
Register your team now: +44 (0)7976 387672 marcoman53@hotmail.com

Wednesday 28 Nov 2007: Bowling (Sisters)

Presented as part of Muslim Week 2007.

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Time: 28 Nov 2007 at 13:00
Venue: Meet at McDougall (UoM Couth Campus Prayer Room)

Thursday 29 Nov 2007: Who Are You?

A talk presented as part of Muslim Week 2007.

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Speaker: Ilyas Karmani
Time: 29 Nov 2007 at 17:30
Venue: Roscoe Theatre B

Friday 30 Nov 2007: Dinner – Time for Change

Presented as part of Muslim Week 2007.

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Including a talk and entertainment.

Speaker: Yusuf Chambers
Time: 30 Nov 2007, arrive at 17:30
Venue: Sanams Restaurant

Tickets cost £10 each. These can be purchased from any committee member, or by contacting us at:
Tel: +44 (0)7730 517492
Email: othman@manchesterisoc.com or noor@manchesterisoc.com

Youth Tarabiyah Conference 2007

Youth Tarabiyah Conference 2007

2 DAY EVENT STARTING ON SATURDAY 14TH AND SUNDAY 15TH JULY 2007 – please see the poster for Times

Special guests from the around the world performing Qiraat :

  • Sheikh Abu Bakr Shatri – Saudi Arabia
  • Sheikh Ramadan Al Hindawi – Egypt
  • Sheikh Mahmud Shahat – Egypt

ALL the best speakers from the uk from around the world :

  • Sheikh Riyad ul Haq – Leicester
  • Sheikh Shabbir Menk – Zimbabwe
  • Sheikh Husain Taylor – Canada
  • Sheikh Mahmood Chandia – Bolton
  • Sheikh Zaheer Mahmood – Birmingham

plus Nasheeds by Junaid Jamshed – Pakistan

Most Speeches are in English

Youth Tarabiyah Conference 2007