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Rabiatul Adawiyah - The Saint

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Sat, 20 January 2018, 2.30pm to 4.00pm | English
Ms Mariam Alias

saint, muslimah, virtue, character

Fees: $24

Rabiatul Adawiyah - The Saint, is the seventh instalment in a series of ladies-only talks organised by Qiswah. It will relate the story of Rabia, a famous and influential female saint in Islamic history. She was renowned for her extreme virtue and piety.

Join us as we explore her life and philosophies through her love and devotion to Allah.

*This session is open to Muslimahs only.

About the Speaker:

Ms Mariam Alias

Ms Mariam Alias is a qualified teacher having acquired her credentials from the National Institute of Education many years ago. She specialises in the subjects of Maths, Physics and Chemistry.

Ms Mariam's Islamic education was elucidated on her by the late Almarhum Ustadz Abdillah al-Jufri. She was under his tutelage from the tender age of 15 and learnt Tafsir, Alkhlaq, Tasauf and Hadith from the well-respected Almarhum Ustadz Abdillah al-Jufri.

Additionally, Ms Mariam has taken many more Arabic courses during her life, and is currently taking a 2-year Shariah Programme from Canada.

Ms Mariam has taught Quranic Arabic with Tafsir since 2003.

She was the Vice-President of Persatuan Pemudi Islam Singapura (PPIS) from 2002 to 2012, and sat on the board of Singapore Council of Women Organisation (SCWO) from 2008 to 2012. She is also a member of the Muslim Financial Planning Association (MFPA). Currently, she is the Director of Hope Villages Pte Ltd.

Ms Mariam is married with seven children aged 27 to 35 years old.


Masjid Mydin Auditorium


Tickets available at:


Mydin Mosque

67 Jalan Lapang, Singapore 419007




Ms Mariam Alias


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