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Women’s Prayer in the Mosque: A Scholarly View

Can women attend the Mosque?

Is it right for anyone to prevent them?

Is it better for women to remain and pray at home?

Saturday 9th June, 7pm – 8pm @ the British Muslim Heritage Centre, M16

This short talk will be followed by a Q&A session & book signing opportunity with Shaykh Akram Nadwi for the 2nd edition of his book: ‘Ibn Hazm on the Lawfulness of Women Attending Prayers in the Mosque’

Shaykh Mohammad Akram Nadwi is a world-renowned scholar specialising in advanced Hadith sciences. He is a graduate of and former teacher at Nadwat al-Ulama (India) and former research fellow Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies. He holds a PhD in Arabic literature. Sh Akram has published widely, including the monumental 53 volume Biographical Dictionary of Women Hadith Narrators in Arabic.

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