Have we become self-centered as individuals and as a society? Can Islam provide timeless solutions on fostering real connections in our communities? Life can be isolating. Islam has the answer to living the best life for humanity by centering what is most important. Please note this event will be livestreamed online. Please click here to view. UBC MSA will be hosting an in-person Watch Party in BUCH B318 for men and SCRF 204 for women.
What brought the world's first generation of Muslims to completely change their way of life? And how did their newfound lives dedicated to Islam change not only their societies, but the world itself?
Most Canadians are spiritually undecided, unconcerned, or haven't figured it out yet. Find out why it's worth settling down and taking a “chance" for lasting contentment through a firmly rooted faith. This talk will also be Livestreamed online - click here to join!
The treasure chest of history hosts countless examples of how Islam, when implemented, brings about timeless solutions for yesterday's societies that the modern world yearns for and has yet to achieve. Perhaps we need to look backwards in order to move forwards...
Is a life free from struggle really the best life? Or is the best life one that brings contentment, gratitude, and optimism? The one that gives the beholder the ability to endure times of hardship with gratefulness and justice in prosperity.
Hosted by the Regina Huda School, join us for in-person discussions and Islamic information/outreach in the Riddell Centre at the University of Regina.
Hosted by the University of Saskatchewan Muslim Students' Association, join us for in-person discussions and Islamic information/outreach in the Arts Tunnel at the University of Saskatchewan.
Hosted by the University of British Columbia's Muslim Students' Association, join us for in-person discussions and Islamic information/outreach in Booth #16 on the first floor of the AMS Nest at the University of British Columbia main campus.