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Learn how to illuminate your home through wisdom from the Prophetic model!

For Registration click HERE

For Babysitting click HERE


  1. The Role of a Spouse

  2. The Role of a Parent

  3. The Role of Children

  4. Finding Balance in Fulfilling Household Responsibilities

  5. After Isha Talk (open to everyone): The Need for Pursuing Sacred Knowledge


Islamic Society of New Tampa (Daarus-Salaam Mosque)
15830 Morris Bridge Rd., Thonotosassa, FL 33592, USA



Shaykh Saad Quadri

Bio: https://alhudamke.org/about-us/staff/

Date and Time:

Saturday, Feb 2, 2019

1 pm to 9:30 pm

*Brothers Qiyam afterward


Babysitting will be offered at a cost of $5 per child (ages 4-11). Preregistration is required and will close Friday, February 1, 2019, at 3 pm. There are a separate form and payment link for babysitting.

If this would cause any financial difficulty, please email TampaSacredKnowledge@gmail.com with the subject “scholarship”  after filling out the babysitting registration form and include the names of the children that will attend. There is no need to provide any explanation.

Event Cost:

Early Registration (Ends January 17th at 10 pm): $15 per person 12 and up

Regular Registration: $20 per person 12 and up

*If for any reason this would cause financial difficulty, please email TampaSacredKnowledge@gmail.com with the subject “scholarship” after filling out the registration form. There is no need to provide any explanation, only the names of the registrants that will be attending.

Brothers’ Qiyam:

A schedule and additional information will be emailed to those who register for the Qiyam. There is no additional cost for the Qiyam, as long as one is registered for the day workshop. Please note that the Qiyam is only open to brothers 14 and up.


Dinner will be provided.



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The End of Doubt Retreat Dec 22-26 Daniel Haqiqatjou

A Course by Daniel Haqiqatjou: Can Muslims gain intellectual fulfillment in the world today? Muslims are immersed in intellectual and cultural contexts that contradict their deeply held religious commitments. Western views of science, reason, freedom, equality, human rights, gender roles, war and peace are some flash points that generate tension between Islamic traditions and the societies in which Muslims live. The course will examine ways in which modern Muslim thinkers grapple with these conflicts and suggest ways in which Muslims may attain intellectual fulfillment while being faithful to Islamic values and ways of life.

For Registration Click HERE