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‘Basic Islam Course’ opens at Islamic Centre Castlehill

The ‘Basic Islam Course’ developed by Darul Ihsan Centre opened with its first lesson on Monday, 08 May 2017 at Masjid Bilal in Castlehill, Newlands East, Durban.

Fifteen male participants of different ages and from the surrounding areas of Lindelani, Inanda, Kwa Mashu etc. were present, with about 20 Ulama and staff members of Darul Ihsan Centre, for the opening of the at the Islamic Centre.

The ‘Basic Islam Course’ is a ten day preparatory course designed for revert Muslims to provide them with the most basic knowledge they require on their journey to educate themselves in Deen.
The course is unique in that there is provision for up to 20 persons to learn the basics of Islam at a live-in fully-equipped and serviced environment - with all meals and boarding provided. On completion of the first course, further the participant may continue with the second and third phases of the course.

The opening programme was launched at 9:30 AM with a welcome and an inspiring talk by a young, new Muslim on how his quest for a meaningful life led him to Islam followed by words of advice and encouragement by Mufti Zubair Bayat, the Ameer of Darul Ihsan Centre. Mufti Bayat impressed to all participants on how their yearning to seek knowledge in Islam can become a lifelong experience and a clear pathway to Jannah.

Alhamdulillah, the Islamic Centre in Castlehill is ideally positioned for both Dawah and the education of Muslims in a vast area encompassing a huge indigenous population. The ‘Basic Islam Course’ is one of many initiatives planned for the upliftment of Muslims in the area.

Darul Ihsan Centre would like to thank all its sponsors, donors and well-wishers for their patronage and duas.

May Allah Ta’ala grant success to all current and future projects at the Centre, Aameen.

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