Facets of Faith
How, then, can we achieve a better understanding of Allah’s creation in our educational and professional spheres? In what ways can we contribute to its wellbeing? How do we share our knowledge and competencies for the benefit of others?
ITREB USA presents Critical Conversations: “Faith and Science: Exploring Bioethics in Islam”, where we explore the relationship between faith and science through an exploration of the perspectives and principles of Bioethics in Islam. This Critical Conversation features Dr. Bashir Jiwani and Shirin Karsan and is moderated by Khalil Hasham.
Let us reflect upon how we can coexist peacefully in a globalized world through the cosmopolitan ethic.
The Jamati Institutions for the USA presents ALIF (American Lived Ismaili Faith) Webinar Series: “Understanding High School Financial Literacy Education” which explores the importance of High School financial literacy, as well as provides an overview of the key concepts that are explored through ALIF. This webinar features Amynah Ali and is moderated by Amar Basaria.
As we reflect on our responsibility as khalifas, we may, at times, feel compressed by the weight of this title. However, let us remind ourselves of the plethora of ways in which we can answer this call.
How might we prepare for al-Akhira or the Hereafter? Perhaps one way is to remember the promise we made to our Lord at the time of creation–that we will remain obedient and worship Allah.
The Jamati Institutions for the USA presents ALIF Webinar entitled: “College Planning with Your Student”. This webinar features Rahim Poonja and Karima Jivani, and is moderated by Jenah Sagani.
ITREB USA presents Critical Conversations: “Women and Gender in the Quran”, where we discuss examples of women in the Qur’an and how the status of women has shifted over time. This Critical Conversation features Dr. Celene Ibrahim and is moderated by Farhana Esmail.
The Jamati Institutions for the USA presents ALIF Webinar entitled: “Navigating Stress and Anxiety in Adolescents”. This webinar features Dr. Aliya Sheriff and is moderated by Sharmeen Rehman-Notta.
From sources of inspiration, we can understand that focusing on our blessings, on the many things that have been provided to us, and performing dhikr or remembrance of Allah’s attributes are ways in which we can fulfill our covenant to worship God.
ITREB USA presents Critical Conversations: “20 Years After 9/11: Exploring Narratives, Geopolitics and Repercussions”, where we discuss the contending narratives and the impact on Muslims in America and on other communities around the world. This Critical Conversation features Dr. Alnoor Dhanani and is moderated by Sarah Juma.