18 classes - 18 Sundays in the link
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First Session | Sunday, Jul 18, 2021, 2-3 PM ESTYou are invited to a Zoom meeting.
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Topic: Eid Al Adha – what should you sacrifice
Islam remains a myth to many people, including Muslims, simply because its purpose was rarely explained and its role vis-à-vis humanity is seldom understood.
After all, God has created everything in harmony and balance, and we are asked to observe the limits as it affects us all (55:5-11) and it is our duty as the intelligent beings (viceregent/ Khalifa) to restore harmony whenever it goes off. That is all God wants us to do. I am writing an article on a new phrase Islah-al Alam, that is restoring harmony to the world, that includes human interactions as well as the environment.
A few Muslims have reduced Islam to a religion of rituals, I believe, that is not what Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) had on his mind. God wanted each one of us to be an individual who cared for God’s creation—fellow humans and the environment. Muhammad led the way by becoming a model citizen—the amin.
Religion is a system that guides one to live in balance with the self and with what surrounds—life and matter.
Dr. Safi Kaskas and Dr. Mike Ghouse will explain the values of Islam in the series of 18 programs.
All the classes are listed at https://worldmuslimcongress.org/islamic-values-by-kaskas-ghouse/
phone (214) 325-1916
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