“Read in the name of your Lord who created, created man from a clinging form. Read! Your Lord is the Most Generous, who taught by means of the pen; taught man what he did not know.”
The first verse from the Quran addresses humankind to seek knowledge and does not surpass any statement or action denying women the right to education. Prophet Muhammad, (S.A.W), came when the patriarchal Arab society was rife with abhorrent practices against girls. He preached Islam and liberated women and girls through education.
Many other hadith emphasizes on education such as “Seeking knowledge is mandatory for every Muslim”
We have witnessed Hazrat Khadija (RA) and Hazrat Aisha (RA) as remarkable women in Islamic history. Bibi Khadija the first wife of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), was a wealthy tradeswoman, the richest woman in Mecca who exported goods as far away as Syria and had hired many males for her trading business.
Aishah Binte Abu Bakr,(R.A) the youngest wife of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), had a great love for learning and is to date well known for her intelligence and sharp sense of judgment.
It is with the education of women and men that Islam witnessed a society with critical thinkers and scholars, in twenty-three years.
With the ambition of imparting Islamic education, Fahmadeen ladies is an operational arm of Baitussalam educational programs where we spread deeni education. Markaz -e- Fahmedeen carries forward the message of spreading Islamic education through various courses.
The courses offered by Markaz e Fahmedeen include:
Darsat-e-Deeniya (2 year's course) certified by Wifaq Ul Madaris
Darsat-e-Deeniya (6 years course)(Urdu & Arabic) Wifaq Ul Madaris certified courses
Different Islamic Short courses (1-year courses in morning/evening classes)
Weekly Tafseer Tajweed classes at different venues
The short-term course registration is open all year round. The registration for long-term courses is open in the month of Shawwal. Yearly educational fees are minimal. We impart deeni education for free to those who cannot afford to pay.
People yearning to seek Islamic education can register on the campuses where we teach these courses.
Markaz e Fahmedeen Has 2 campuses on Khayaban E Muhafiz. The other branches of Markaz e Fahmedeen are on Khyban -E -Rahat, phase 6 & on phase 4 opposite Baitussalam Masjid.
In 2019, the 5 campuses of Markaz e Fahmedeen have an enrollment of 1000 students with a faculty of approximately 100 teachers.
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