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lslamic Parenting Course at WLIC


The WLIC Education Committee in association with Rahma Parenting is planning to organise a 10 week course on Islamic Parenting.



Does this sound familiar

• Why don't my kids listen to me?
• Why don't my kids respect their elders nowadays?
• Why don't they talk to me anymore?


It is critical for parents to know and understand the culture surrounding their children as they prepare them to be successful British Muslims and citizens. Communication with your child is a key for their success in this world & the Hereafter. Often parents and young adults have a difficult time talking about many things.


To avoid negative outcomes, it is important for parents and children to develop an understanding of changing times and gain the skills to take the best from around us and avoid the rest.


We should aim to have honest, open and strong relationships with our children. Rahma Parenting focus on the emotional and Islamic inner dimensional aspect of parenting and family dynamics. Nurturing our Eman, Rahma and general emotional wellbeing, parents can strengthen themselves and their family relationships to help build successful families.


The free taster session of the course for sisters will take place on Monday 28th of November 2011 from 10am-12pm and for brothers on Friday 2nd December 2011 from 7.30pm-9.30pm for both parents.


To register please contact the WLIC Education Support Officer Br Sharif on 020 8840 4140 between 5-7 Mon to Thurs or call the course co-ordinator Mohammed Shahid on 07869 457446, you can also visit



Address: UKIM Wet London Islmic Centre Brownlow Road, London W13 0SQ

A man once came to the Messenger of Allah (pbuh), and complained that he felt hardness in his heart. The Messenger of Allah said, "Would you like that your heart becomes soft and that you acquire what you need? Be merciful with the orphan, pat his head and feed him from what you eat. This will soften your heart, and enable you to get what you need." [At-Tabaraanee]