Phone: 07443 512508
Email: info@scottishahlulbaytsociety.org
Head Office Address:
United Nations House Scotland,
44 Frederick Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1EX

Children’s School

The Scottish Ahlul Bayt Society is proud to hold a weekend Shī’a Ithnā ʿAsharī English Islamic School. The educational institution came to fruition in 2013 with the requisite help and support of select community members who have selflessly directed their attention to educating the youth; an issue of prominent standing and importance. We aim to inculcate within those aged 5-17 an immediate and correct understanding of Islam so they may achieve success and salvation in this world and the world to come. We would like to commend our volunteers for undertaking this most noble of works and for their standing by our cause; our success lies with them for, even despite the most proficient of efforts, one cannot achieve alone that which can be achieved with the aid of others. Praise be to God for granting us this success, may our acts be acceptable to Him and may we continue to prosper under the shade of His Mercy as the youth are instilled with the knowledge and the capability of becoming productive members of society, ambassadors of humanity, and persons of faithfulness, integrity and goodness.

For more information or enrollment please email: education@scottishahlulbaytsociety.org

or Text: ‘EDUCATION’ to 07443 512508

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Qur’an Tafseer Classes in English by Shiekh Mohamed Kasam’Ali

The Scottish Ahlul Bayt Society’s monthly Qur’anic Tafseer class. The classes, taken by the teacher and mentor Shiekh Muhammad Kassam’Ali, shall serve to re-enliven one’s relationship with the Holy Book that it may be discovered as something edifying and wondrous; housed within whose depths are lessons, guidance, and divine wisdom that steer us towards success in all matters. The lessons will be centered around a salient Qur’anic theme or motif, and will comprise an in-depth analysis of relevant verses, a comparative study of various commentaries, and recourse to traditional and contemporary literature.

For more information or enrollment please email: quran@scottishahlulbaytsociety.org

or Text: ‘QURAN’ to 07443 512508

(Participants must register to attend)