Every semester, the Islamic Center at NYU offers a variety of classes, halaqas, book clubs, discussions groups and seminars open to the community at large.

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Sister’s Halaqa
Mondays, 4:30 – 5:30 pm
The believers, both men and women, are awlia (supporters) to each other.” (Al-Tawbah, 71) Join sisters to get a deeper understanding of Islam and clarify our doubts and assumptions in order to build confidence in our individual and collective spirituality. Some of the discussions will include domestic abuse, Islamic law, dealing with doubt, restrictions of women and much more. Imam Khalid Latif will join this halaqa every other week.

 

Brother’s Halaqa
Mondays, 6 – 7 pm
Come one come all dear brothers!  Each week we will discuss key issues that affect us on a daily basis.  We will be tackling topics on a deeper level and establishing a mindfulness of our deen and role in this dunya.  Some topics we intend on discussing include, “Manners Amongst Strangers”, “Virtues of Surah al-Fatiha”, “Importance of Water” and much more to come.  We hope to see your friendly faces at our halaqas as you kick off each week inshaAllah. Imam Khalid Latif will join this halaqa every other week.

 

ICNYU Weekly Iftars
Mondays at Maghrib
Join the ICNYU Community in fasting on Mondays and breaking your fast with the community. Iftar will be served weekly and is open to all.

 

Reflections, a weekly halaqa with Imam Latif
Mondays, 7 – 8 pm
Each week Imam Khalid will give a halaqa on a new topic. Attendees do not have to attend consistently, so feel free to stop in if you are free.

 

NYU Tandon Seerah Series
Tuesdays, 6 – 7 pm
Join fellow brothers in a student-led discussion on the biography of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Students are able to engage in a small group setting in order address concerns as well as build a connection with peers. This event will be held biweekly

 

In the Footsteps of the Prophet PBUH
Wednesdays, 6 – 7 pm
Looking to reinvigorate your relationship with our beloved Muhammad?
Then join us as we study the biography of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) written by Tariq Ramadan. We will be meeting on Wednesday nights at 6 PM to discuss the stories from his blessed life that provide relevant lessons in our present world.
On our first meeting this Wednesday we will introduce the book “In the Footsteps of the Prophet: Lessons from the Life of Muhammad” by Tariq Ramadan that we will use to guide our discussions this semester.

 

Sheikhing it Up with Sheikh Faiyaz Jaffer
Wednesdays, 7 – 9 pm

Weekly halaqas with reflections from the Qur’an, Prophetic traditions, and teachings of the Ahlul Bayt (a).

 

How to Walk Without Losing Balance: A Journey through the Verses of the Quran with Dr. Ali Mermer
Thursdays, 7 – 8:30 pm
Alongside teaching the methodology of making Tafseer (exegesis) of the Qur’an, this discussion will provide members with practice by learning self-skills to demonstrate the Tafseer of certain verses (ayat) of the Qur’an, especially those which are more related to the fundamentals of tenets of Islamic tradition. This discussion encourages attendees to engage themselves with the Qur’an, to make them feel that the Qur’an is within their reach and that they can communicate with the Qur’an.

 

Real Talk with Sheikh Faiyaz and Imam Khalid
Friday 3 – 5 pm (biweekly)
Whether we have faltered in our prayers, lost touch with the desire to give back to our communities, or have given up on ourselves, much of what we feel comes from a loss of hope.
Join us this Friday with Imam Khalid Latif and Sheikh Faiyaz Jaffer as we break out into discussion groups to delve deeply into our hearts and minds to understand our current state of affairs and what we can do to rejuvenate within ourselves a sense of hope in Allah and His Plan for us all.
If Allah helps you, none can overcome you; and if He forsakes you, who is there after Him that can help you? And in Allah (Alone) let believers put their trust. [3:160]

 

 

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