Saturday Lecture January 5, 2013: “How Well A Person Knows Allah Determines How Much They Fear Allah” by Imam Ibrahim Rahim

 
 
 
 
 

Topic: How Well A Person Knows Allah Determines How Much They Fear Allah


Speaker: Imam Ibrahim Rahim

Imam Ibrahim Rahim spent eight years of study in Saudi Arabia where he graduated in 1989 from the Islamic University of Medina, completed the Arabic Language Program, Quran recitation, and passing by Mecca where he advanced his Quran recitation attending the Haram Mosque. Imam Ibrahim returned to Boston where he worked as an associate Imam at Masjid Al-Quran in Dorchester, MA until 2011. Over the span of 22 years, Imam Ibrahim worked diligently to share his knowledge with the Muslim community of Boston and around the nation as well as lead the Ramadan Taraweeh prayers in Boston at Masjid Al-Quran. Imam Ibrahim completed five books on the religion of Islam including literary work including Arabic Grammar, Tefsir of the Holy Quran, Tauheed, Womanhood in Islam,and an analysis of Iman as given in the Hadith collection of Imam Muslim. Imam Ibrahim is currently offering Tefsir of the Holy Quran and training families in Quranic recitation. His favorite saying is: “Traveling through a strange place, on my way back to Allah.”


Date: Saturday January 5, 2013


Time: 6.15-7.15pm followed by social community dinner