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Friday Night: Dealing with Slander - Spiritual Lessons from the Life of Maryam a.s. and Aisyah r.a.

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Fri, 30 October 2015, 7.30pm - 9.30pm | English
Safinah Institute


Fees: $20 (Standard) | $18 (FOS)

“Behold, you received it on your tongues, and said out of your mouths things which you had no knowledge; and you thought it to be a light matter, while it was most serious in the sight of God.” (24: 15)

The acts of spreading rumours, gossip and backbiting unfortunately occur on an everyday basis; be it at work, at school or even at home. Many people do not understand the serious impact of the hurtfulness that the victims of backbiting, gossiping, mocking and slandering are silently suffering. The consequences of spreading rumours and gossips can destroy someone's life and reputation. We might think that it is a minor matter but even something as a small comment is large to Allah s.w.t. Such actions negate all the virtues which Islam emphatically stresses upon all Muslims.

So, how should we deal with backbiting, rumours and gossip in our everyday life? Do we just ignore it? Or do we confront it?


1) Processing the pain of false accusations, overcoming the spread of rumours & gossip.
2) Understanding the meanings of guilt & innocence vis-a-vis the concepts of justice & mercy.
3) Important takeaways from the stories of two extraordinary women of faith: Maryam a.s & Aisyah r.a. in dealing with slander.

This talk will help guide you to handle such dilemmas. In addition, we can learn greatly from the stories of two strong and honourable women of faith, Maryam a.s. and Aisyah r.a, in dealing with slander and backbiting.

Dealing with Slander: Spiritual Lessons From the Life of Maryam A.S. and Aisyah R.A
Date: 30 October 2015, Friday
Time: 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Venue: Safinah Training Centre
Tickets: $20 (Standard) Ι $18 (FOS)

"I asked the Messenger of God: Who is the best Muslim?" The Messenger of God replied, "He is the one from whom Muslims are safe from the evil of his tongue and hands."

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