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Youth Rabbani Workshop

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Sat, 19 July 2008, 2 pm to 6 pm | English
As-Siddiq Centre for Islamic Studies

YOUTH, workshop

A Youth Rabbani is a young individual who through his/her actions, communication, mindset and character, manifests an exemplary conduct of the Islamic Message. SimplyIslam is pleased to organise the Youth Rabbani Workshop for youths of ages 15 to 20 years.


Chief Trainer - Dato' Aidit Ghazali
The Chief Trainer for the workshop is the eminent Dato' Aidit Ghazali, Principal Consultant of Akademi Aidit Sdn Bhd, and Advisor to Dato' Aidit is regularly invited to speak and lecture in Singapore by Mosques and Muslim organisations. He is a well-established trainer in this region and has trained more than 80,000 people in Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei. Click here for his profile.

Workshop Details [download brochure]
Date: 19 & 20 July 2008 (Saturday & Sunday, 2 days)
Time: 2 pm to 6 pm
Venue : (No. 11 Lorong 37 Geylang S'pore 387908)

$60 per person (individual registration)
$50 per person (registration of 3 or more)
(fee inclusive of notes, refreshments and certificate)

Age: For ages 15 to 20

Workshop Objectives

- Integrated knowledge and understanding of Allah, Prophet Muhammad and Islam.
- Effective character development.
- Clear outlook of life.
- Exemplary morals and behaviour.
- Solutions to multi-dimensional challenges.
- Holistic perspective to common issues.
- Instill self-confidence, wisdom and self-motivation.
- Inspire pragmatic vision.


For details download the Youth Rabbani Workshop Brochure

Join us in this experiential learning endeavour. Seats are limited. Register NOW! For enquiries, please call Sis Saira at Tel 65474407 or email [email protected].



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As-Siddiq Centre for Islamic Studies


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