Reviving the Sunnah by Sheikh Yusuf Estes

November 21, 2008

Title : Reviving the Sunnah

Speaker : Sheikh Yusuf Estes

Date : 23-Nov-2008

Time : 8-10pm

Location : Multipurpose Hall, Masjid Wilayah Persekutuan

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Seminar Rawatan Islam 2008

November 7, 2008

Seminar Rawatan Islam 2008 (Rawatan Mengikut Sunnah)

Tarikh : 16 Nov 2008

Masa : 0800-1730

Tempat : Masjid Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah, Shah Alam

Yuran : RM100 (Umum/Dewasa) , RM50 (Pelajar)

Penceramah Seminar :

  1. Dato Dr Harun Din
  2. Dato Ismail Kamus
  3. Ust Sheikh Hanafi Rahman
  4. Ust Hanif Ghazali

Pendaftaran / Pertanyaan : or Tel Md Zaini Zainal – 019 6666004

Seminar Fiqh Nusantara

Februari 14, 2008

Tarikh: 16 Februari 2008

Masa: 8:00am to 5:10pm

Tempat: Dewan Serbaguna, Masjid Wilayah Persekuatuan KL


Tel: 03 5512-8272

Ceramah Perbandingan Agama Islam dan Kristian

Januari 22, 2008

Tarikh : 28 Januari 2008

Masa : 3.30-5.30 petang

Lokasi : Dewan Konferen, Tingkat 2, Masjid Al-Ghufran, Pinggir TTDI

Speaker : Tuan Haji Ayub Abd Rahman Abdullah

Tuan Haji Ayub, yang pernah memenangi anugerah Tokoh Maal Hijrah Peringkat Negeri Sarawak (Saudara Baru) 2005 akan menyampaikan beberapa topik termasuklah :

  1. Pengalamannya memeluk Islam
  2. Cabaran yang ditempuhi sebagai seorang Muslim
  3. Perbezaan antara Kristian dan Islam
  4. Pengalaman beliau sewaktu menjadi Paderi dengan jawatan International Forgiver of Sin

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* Sebarang pertanyaan sila hubungi Masjid al Ghufran di talian 03 77282127

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The Book of Wisdoms (Kitab al-Hikam): A Collection of Sufi Aphorisms by Shaykh Ibn Ata’illah al-Iskandari

Disember 31, 2007

Date : Saturday January 5, 2008

Time : 7:30pm – 10:30pm

Location : Anjung Rahmat, 5th Mile, Jalan Gombak
Lecture will be delivered by Ust. Fahmi Ahmad Fahmi ZamZam Al-Banjari An-Nadwi Al-Maliki (in Bahasa Malaysia)

The Muslim religious life not only consists of belief in tenets of faith and a determined effort to follow the Sacred Law, it also requires one to scale the heights of the Spiritual Path by attaining the states of heart demanded by the Islamic revelation. The Kitab al-Hikam of Shaykh Ibn `Ata’illah is a famous and respected explanation of the journey of the soul (also known simply as ‘the Path’), with the Quran and Sunna as the determiners of the principles contained therein. Although treatises and supplications are included in the work, its substantive feature is the author’s spiritual aphorisms (264 in total). These aphorisms are presented in this edition according to the arrangement of the great Indian scholar Shaykh `Ali al-Muttaqi (d. 1567), together with a commentary by a twentieth-century sage Shaykh `Abdullah Gangohi.
Shaykh Ibn `Ata’illah (d. 1309) lived in Egypt during the reign of the Mamluks. Originally from Alexandria , he moved to Cairo , where his professional life involved teaching Sacred Law in various institutions including the al-Azhar Mosque. He also led a concurrent existence as a Master for disciples of Islamic spirituality. The Hikam is his principal work, one that has attracted universal Muslim approval from his own time up to the present day.


Disember 31, 2007

Date and Location :

Saturday, 19th January 2008

2.00pm – 5.30pmAuditorium,

Islamic Arts Museum,

Jalan Perdana, 55000 Kuala Lumpur





Featuring special guest speakers:

Abdul Latif Ovidio Salazar
Film Producer
United Kingdom

Syaikh Seraj Hendricks
Head of Mufti
Cape Town, South Africa


Abu Hamid al-Ghazali was one of the world’s most influential scholars and saints. This film is, however, not about the intricacies of Islamic law and jurisprudence, nor is it a detailed biography all aspects of al-Ghazali’s life. Rather it is an account of that transformative period in his life where, in the midst of worldly success something deep within him stirred and moved him to leave it all behind in search of the ultimate Truth.

The great achievement of Salazar’s film is to portray the unportrayable – the profound inner transformation that is the goal of every spiritual man, yet which few achieve in this life. Through a subtle and sensitive cinematography that takes us on a great journey through Central Asia, Salazar imperceptibly puts us in al-Ghazali’s shoes. Through Salazar’s own narration interwoven into the film, we understand that al-Ghazali’s great inner journey was on behalf of every like-minded traveller regardless of time, place and denomination.

In today’s world, where Islam is usually only considered in the light of its worst representatives, Salazar reminds us of a man who has, since his lifetime, been universally considered by Muslims themselves to be one who attained the ideal of their religion. Anyone seeking to better understand Islam and Muslims, as well as anyone who feels the inner attraction of the spiritual life will appreciate this film.

Exploring the life and impact of the greatest spiritual and legal philosopher in Islamic history, this film examines Ghazali’s existential crisis of faith that arose from his rejection of religious dogmatism, and reveals profound parallels with our own times. Ghazali became known as the Proof of Islam and his path of love and spiritual excellence overcame the pitfalls of the organised religion of his day. His path was largely abandoned by early 20th century Muslim reformers for the more strident and less tolerant school of Ibn Taymiyya. Combining drama with documentary, this film argues that Ghazali’s Islam is the antidote for today’s terror.


For further details/ tickets reservations: Ameerah @ 03-42569822 (Tickets are priced at RM100/person which include admission and Hi-Tea at the Islamic Arts Museum Restaurant)

Ceramah Khas: Mencari Identiti Diri…Orang Melayu Yang Terkeliru(9 Ogos 2007 Masjid Al-Ghufran)

Ogos 7, 2007

Ceramah Khas: Mencari Identiti Diri…Orang Melayu Yang Terkeliru

Penceramah: Ustaz Ridhuan Tee Abdullah

Tarikh: Khamis, 9 Ogos 2007

Masa: 2:45 Petang – 4:15 petang

Tempat: Dewan Konferen, Tingkat 2, Masjid Al-Ghufran. Pinggir TTDI

Semua muslimin & muslimat di jemput hadir.