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This course presents a detailed study of how to overcome trials and challenges that often feel overwhelming through the study of Allah and His attributes and the life of the Prophets. Whether it be the feeling of an unending sense of pressure and stress, or the tests that feel endless in every aspect of life e.g. loss of a loved one, redundancy, loss of wealth, failure at school/college/university, this course seeks to inspire and instill change in individuals who often ponder ‘why me?’
And We will surely test you with something of fear and hunger and a loss of wealth and lives and fruits, but give good tidings to the patient, Who, when disaster strikes them, say, “Indeed we belong to Allah, and indeed to Him we will return” (Surah al-Baqarah: 155 – 156)

Why Allah sent Aadam down from Jannah and the purpose of the Creation
Prophet Nuh – His perseverance at a time of rife violence and evil • Prophet Ibrahim – His sincerity in his relationship with his father
Ayyub – His patience after the loss of his health and wealth
Yousaf – His response to the betrayal of his Brothers
Musa – His undivided trust in Allah in the dessert
Recalling Allah’s names during times of: Temptation and weakness At the face of challenges Doubt at the purpose of one’s existence
Can I get a refund if I cannot attend the course anymore?
Attendees who submit a request for a refund 3 days before our single weekend or one day courses will be issued a full refund. Unfortunately, we cannot issue any refunds once we have entered the final 3 days before the course. Policies may vary per course, so please check the relevant course pages before submitting your booking.
Are the courses segregated?
Although there will not be any barriers or drapes to separate brothers and sisters, it is expected for bothers to sit closer to the stage, and the sisters to be sat at the back of the venue.
Will I receive any course material?
On the day, depending on the course, you will be provided with a course booklet which our instructors have worked exceptionally hard to devise. These booklets will consist of all the key points highlighted and analysed during the day.
Will there be any exams?
For the time being, there will be no online exams for our Islamic Studies courses.
If a course is two days, do I have to attend both days?
No you do not, although to fully benefit from the course it is advised that students attend the full length of the course.
I cannot afford the course, are there any bursaries?
Alif Institute has the pleasure of sponsoring individuals from a low-income background subject to available funds. Please contact Alif Institute’s administrator: Taaseen.rahman@alif-institute.org for more information.
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