QUL College 2018

We are now taking registrations for QUL College 2018. If you are interested in enrolling your children aged 5 to 16, fill in the below form. This year, we are offering students the option of enrolling in Friday, Saturday, or both days.

The modules offered on Saturday will be different to Friday. If you are interested in enrolling in BOTH days for your child, this would need to be discussed with our teachers after your below form is submitted. The modules and their levels may be adjusted to meet the levels of students who will be enrolled.

Friday Stream 4:30pm to 7:30pm

  • Prophetic Gems (Hadith)
  • Knowing Allah (Aqidah)
  • Arabic Language (Vocabulary / Grammar)
  • Living Strong (Sport)
  • Prayer and Adhkar in Congregation (al-Wird al-Latif)

Saturday Stream 8:00am to 12:00pm

  • Reflecting on the Quran (Tafsir of Juz ‘Amma – Surah al-‘Alaq to al-Naba’)
  • Living the Prophetic Biography (Sirah, from the beginning of the Prophetic Migration / Hijra onwards)
  • Worshipping Allah (Fiqh Safinat al-Naja or similar)
  • Behaving Well (Adab)
  • Living Strong (Sport)
  • Duha Prayer
  • Morning Invocations (al-Wird al-Latif)


Shaykh Ninowy – Sydney Tour – 3 to 5 January 2018


🔹 10.30am Radio Interview on Voice of Islam | http://www.radioau.net/voice-of-islam/ | 87.6FM

🔹 7.00pm: Restoring the Love of Allah in Our Lives | Public Talk at Auburn Gallipoli Mosque Hall (Men & Women Welcome)

🔹 Day Program: The Language of Love (One-Day Study Intensive based on the Hikam) | 10am to 3pm | Register here: https://tinyurl.com/y7k4bf3b

🔹 Evening Program: Loving Muhammad ﷺ at Bryan Brown Theatre | Doors Open 6:30pm | Register here: https://tinyurl.com/y9j6vf7g

 Jumuʿa Khutba: Lakemba Mosque (Arabic & English) | 1pm

Get your tickets now!

The Language of Love through al-Hikam al-‘Ata’iyyah

Intensive Study Day

with Shaykh Muhammad bin Yahya al-Ninowy

Tickets can be purchased here.

Join us in delving deep into the classical text of al-Hikam al-‘Ata’iyyah as Shaykh Ninowy explains and elucidates key concepts and ideas over a special one-day intense study day.

This text is a primer and must when it comes to travelling the path of Love to Allah.

Limited seating!


Thursday, 4 January 2018
10am to 3pm

Novotel Conference Room
350 Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150

Cost: $60pp (includes lunch and light refreshments)

Tickets can be purchased here.


Loving Muhammad ﷺ

Is your soul yearning to reconnect with the Best of Creation? The one whom Allah sent as a mercy to the Universe.

Join us for a special evening with Shaykh Muhammad bin Yahya al-Ninowy* from the USA.

The evening is themed: Loving Muhammad ﷺ


Thursday 4th January 2018

Arrive at 6:30pm for early registration

Program will conclude at 9:30pm

The night’s program will include:

  • a special talk by Shaykh Muhammad al-Ninowy (USA)
  • a brief talk by Shaykh Ahmed Abdo (Australia)
  • Nasheeds

Reserve your seat by purchasing your ticket for $10.

Limited tickets will be available at the door, so secure you and your family’s seats by purchasing now. Make sure you arrive early as seats will be allocated upon entry.

This will certainly be a night to remember.


* Shaykh Dr. Muhammad bin Yahya Al-Husayni An-Ninowy was born and raised in Syria. He began his study under his father, Sayyed Yahya (Rahimahu Allah), and many of the senior scholars of Aleppo at the time, memorizing the Glorious Qur’an and acquiring knowledge in many of the Islamic disciplines, such as Tawheed, Hanafi/Shafi’i Fiqh, Usool, and Ihsaan

Besides graduating from the Faculty of Usul-ud-Din at Al- Azhar University, Shaykh Dr. Muhammad delved further into the fields of Hadeeth and Ihsaan under the tutelage of many of the foremost scholars worldwide, who resided in Syria, Hijaz, Morocco, Egypt, and others.

Shaykh Ninowy has established a global network of Madina Institutes which all strive to carry the same message. Shaykh Muhammad focuses on reviving the call to Deen with a Back to Basics approach i.e. the Qur’an and Authentic Sunnah, in addition to teaching tolerance, peace and compassion. Shaykh Muhammad is the senior-in-residence scholar at Madina Masjid and institute in Atlanta, Georgia since 2000. He has authored many books in the science of Tawheed, Hadith, and Usul, some of which are being translated into English and published, such as: The concept of Bid’a and its application, Nisf-Sha’ban virtues in the authentic Sunnah, Hadithi commentary on the Shamaa’el of Imam Tirmidhi, Explanation of the Nukhba Text in Hadith sciences, Explanation of the Al Fiyyah in Hadith terminology, Hadithi commentary on Imam Nasa’iy’s Khasaa’es, Expressing Delight for the birth of the Light, and more

Shaykh Muhammad is the founding director of “Planet Mercy” and Madina Institute & Seminary in the UK, South Africa, and Canada, and the USA. Shaykh Muhammad also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mircobiology from the University of Illinois and a Doctor of Medicine degree. Some of Shaykh Muhammad’s lectures can be viewed on: www.madinainstitute.org.

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Not only will we be drawing 3 winners for the FREE Book, but your responses will directly impact the direction we, at Shifa Institute, will take in terms of delivering children’s programs that are appropriate and relevant to YOUR needs.

We don’t want to just do the same ‘ole thing!

Why Can’t We All Just Unite on Eid?

Unity. We all need it. We all desire it. Without it, we have division, and in many cases, anger and conflict.

We pray in the same direction. We keep the same five obligatory prayers. We fast the same month. We all perform the same hajj. And the more we learn, the more we realise that in each of those matters we perform as a united body, there are clear variations.

There are valid scholarly differences of opinion on when the time for Asr prayer starts. There are differences of opinion of when the time for the throwing of stones at the jamarat starts each day during the days of tashreeq in Hajj. There are differences of opinion of when a person’s wudu would be invalidated during tawaf. There are even established differences of opinion on the start and end of the hijri months.

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