Thematic Study of the Quran (2017)


About The Event

A two-day course covering essential themes in the Quran

Date: June 17-18, 2017

Venue: Queen Mary, University of London, London, UK

Instructor: Shaykh SM Hasan al-Banna

At Islamic Institute for development and research (IIDR), we are gearing up for the blessed month of Ramadan like never before. Be a part of the latest addition to our Ramadan schedule by joining our brand new, two-day course on the Thematic Study of the Quran. Discover in just one weekend how Quranic revelation can be categorized into six essential themes and how by recognizing these themes, you can appreciate the meaning of the Quran in a more cohesive way.

All 114 chapters of the Quran cover a countless range of topics and invaluable lessons, but sometimes these messages can be difficult to understand without an effective learning approach. By studying the Quran in a new way – theme by theme – you can appreciate the simple meaning of this revelation to your everyday lives. These central themes are:

  • Allah
  • Humans
  • Animals
  • Leadership
  • Water
  • Wealth

The course aims to empower you to study the Quran in a new and engaging way. View this magnificent revelation from a unique perspective and engage with the Quran beyond the usual chapter-based explanation. Elevate your learning with IIDR by signing up to this exclusive seminar today.

Live Online Learning (Access)

IIDR prides itself on offering its courses to a wider online community. So, if you can’t make it to London for this course, don’t worry. You can still sign up as an online attendee and receive similar course material and the same high quality learning as in-person attendees.

Source: Islamic Institute for Development and Research (IIDR)


  • Cost: Free
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Queen Mary, University of London, London, UK

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Shaykh SM Hasan al-Banna
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