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4th week of the new series of weekly webinar on Quranic Lifestyle

Holding the 4th week of the new series of weekly webinar on Quranic Lifestyle

In an era where so many of people are working or studying from home and have more flexible timetables, Islamic Centre of England is holding few live interactive discussions with different speakers and topics such as weekly webinar on Quranic Lifestyle.

New series of the weekly webinar on Quranic Lifestyle is held live every Thursday at 6 p.m. on virtual networks such as Zoom, YouTube and Facebook.

The Fourth session of this webinar, which was held on Thursday, April 08, 2021, has dedicated its topic to the following subject:

How to get effectively prepared for Ramadan

In this meeting, which was addressed by Dr Jalal Fairooz, he delivered his speech for approximately 40 minutes on the subject of the meeting.

Dr. Jalal Fairooz has PhD in Political Islamic Thought from the International University of Islamic Sciences. He is a Lecturer of Islamic Studies, Humanities & Social Sciences at various universities and institutes and he is teaching religious studies for more than 20 years at several hawzas including The Islamic College of London.

He is also author of several books, including “The Quranic Theory of Crisis Management”, “The Engineering Disciplines and Roads to it”, “The Biography of Husseiniyas”, “Foundations of the Stimulus by Modern Theories”, “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People in the Light of Islam.”

He regularly hosted in major TV programs, including BBC, CNN, VOA, RT, etc., and writes regular articles in the press and he is a senior Member of the International Academy for Training & Consultancy (IATC).

At the second part of the meeting in the Q&A section, the meeting’s moderator, Hujjat ul Islam Seyed Amin Shamaei, asked the questions raised by the participants in the meeting and the speaker answered them.

The session, which lasted 60 minutes, ended at 19:00.

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