Quranic Youth

Club:
A Metamorphosis Ground for
Youths’ Personification
Friday
8th October 2010
Quranic Youth
Club:
A Metamorphosis Ground for
Youths’ Personification
By: Azraai Ahmad
Head Com FNE QYC 2005/06
Vice President QYC 2006/07
Let’s Warm Up!
1. Where are you
come from?
2. Why are you
are here?
3. After this,
where are you
going?
1. Where are you
come from?
2. Why are you
are here?
3. After this,
where are you
going?
Topics of Discussion:
Part 1: The Meanings of phrases:
“Metamorphosis Ground” and “Youths’
Personification.”
Part 2: About The Youth
Part 3: About The Quranic Youths
Part 4: About The Quranic Youths Club
Part 1: The Meanings of phrases:
“Metamorphosis Ground” and “Youths’
Personification.”
Part 2: About The Youth
Part 3: About The Quranic Youths
Part 4: About The Quranic Youths Club
Metamorphosis Ground
Online Etymology Dictionary:
 From Greek words
 Meta (Change) + Morphe (Form)
 Metamorphosis (a transforming)
 Metamorphoun (to transform)
 Ground = Foundation
Online Etymology Dictionary:
 From Greek words
 Meta (Change) + Morphe (Form)
 Metamorphosis (a transforming)
 Metamorphoun (to transform)
 Ground = Foundation
Youth Personification
Merriam-Webster Dictionary:
Youth:
 The period between childhood and maturity
 The early period of existence, growth, or
development
Personification:
 Attribution of personal qualities
 Representation of a thing or abstraction as a
person or by the human form
Merriam-Webster Dictionary:
Youth:
 The period between childhood and maturity
 The early period of existence, growth, or
development
Personification:
 Attribution of personal qualities
 Representation of a thing or abstraction as a
person or by the human form
How QYC acts as
a Foundation in
transforming
Qualities of
Youths’ Personal
Attributes ?
How QYC acts as
a Foundation in
transforming
Qualities of
Youths’ Personal
Attributes ?
The Youths: Who are they?
• 15 to 24 years.
United Nation General Assembly
• 15 to 25 years.
World Bank
• 15 to 29 years.
Commonwealth Youth Programme
• Bellow 40 years old.
Act 668; Akta Pertubuhan Belia 2007
Registrar of Youth (ROY)
• 15 to 24 years.
United Nation General Assembly
• 15 to 25 years.
World Bank
• 15 to 29 years.
Commonwealth Youth Programme
• Bellow 40 years old.
Act 668; Akta Pertubuhan Belia 2007
Registrar of Youth (ROY)
Youths and The World
Age Both Sexes
Population
Male
Population
Female
Population
Sex Ratio
Total 6,853,019,414 3,451,948,881 3,401,070,533 101.5
15-19 597,568,265 307,867,875 289,700,390 106.3
20-24 599,528,485 306,686,933 292,841,552 104.7
25-29 548,381,864 279,340,160 269,041,704 103.8 25-29 548,381,864 279,340,160 269,041,704 103.8
30-34 504,146,415 256,565,242 247,581,173 103.6
35-39 492,326,890 250,077,602 242,249,288 103.2
Youths: About 40% of the world population
World Midyear Population by Age and Sex for 2010
International Database (IDB)
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division
Hadis No.1
`ﻪﱡﻠﻇﱠﻻﺍ ﱠﻞﻇﹶﻻ ﻡ`ﻮﻳ ﻪﱢﻠﻇ ﻰﻓ ُﷲﺍ `ﻢ`ﻬﱡ ﻠﻈ`ﻳ ﹲﺔﻌ`ﺒﺳ ·
ِﷲﺍ ﺓﺩﺎﺒﻋ ﻰﻓ ﹶﺄﺸﻧ ¯ﺏﺎﺒﺷﻭ
There are seven people for whom Allah will
provide His shade on the day when there
will be no shade except His shade:
No 2: A youth who grew up in the
worship of Allah.
(Recorded by Bukhari Muslim)
`ﻪﱡﻠﻇﱠﻻﺍ ﱠﻞﻇﹶﻻ ﻡ`ﻮﻳ ﻪﱢﻠﻇ ﻰﻓ ُﷲﺍ `ﻢ`ﻬﱡ ﻠﻈ`ﻳ ﹲﺔﻌ`ﺒﺳ ·
ِﷲﺍ ﺓﺩﺎﺒﻋ ﻰﻓ ﹶﺄﺸﻧ ¯ﺏﺎﺒﺷﻭ
There are seven people for whom Allah will
provide His shade on the day when there
will be no shade except His shade:
No 2: A youth who grew up in the
worship of Allah.
(Recorded by Bukhari Muslim)
Hadis No.2
ﹴﺲ`ﻤﺧ ﹶ ﻞ`ﺒﹶﻗ ﺎ ﺴ`ﻤﺧ `ﻢﹺﻨ ﺘﹾﻏﺍ
ﻚﻣﺮ ﻫ ﹶ ﻞ`ﺒﹶ ﻗ ﻚ`ﺑﺎ ﺒ ﺷ
Take benefit of 5 before 5:
“Your youth before your old age.”
(Recorded by Al-Hakim)
ﹴﺲ`ﻤﺧ ﹶ ﻞ`ﺒﹶﻗ ﺎ ﺴ`ﻤﺧ `ﻢﹺﻨ ﺘﹾﻏﺍ
ﻚﻣﺮ ﻫ ﹶ ﻞ`ﺒﹶ ﻗ ﻚ`ﺑﺎ ﺒ ﺷ
Take benefit of 5 before 5:
“Your youth before your old age.”
(Recorded by Al-Hakim)
Hadis No.3
ﹴﻊﺑ` ﺭﹶﺃ `ﻦﻋ ﹶﻝﹶﺄ`ﺴ`ﻳ ﻰ`ﺘﺣ ﺔﻣﺎﻴﻘﹾﻟﺍ ﻡ`ﻮﻳ ﺪ`ﺒﻋ ﻡﺪﹶﻗ ﹸﻝﻭ`ﺰﺗ ﹶﻻ ·
،`ﻩﺎﹶﻠ`ﺑﹶﺃ ﺎﻤﻴﻓ ﻪﹺﺑﺎﺒﺷ `ﻦﻋﻭ ،`ﻩﺎﻨﹾﻓﹶﺃ ﺎﻤﻴﻓ ﻩﹺﺮ`ﻤ`ﻋ `ﻦﻋ
A person will not be able to move from his
place, until he replies to 5 questions:
• How did you spend your life?
• How did you spend your youth?
(Recorded by Tirmidzi)
ﹴﻊﺑ` ﺭﹶﺃ `ﻦﻋ ﹶﻝﹶﺄ`ﺴ`ﻳ ﻰ`ﺘﺣ ﺔﻣﺎﻴﻘﹾﻟﺍ ﻡ`ﻮﻳ ﺪ`ﺒﻋ ﻡﺪﹶﻗ ﹸﻝﻭ`ﺰﺗ ﹶﻻ ·
،`ﻩﺎﹶﻠ`ﺑﹶﺃ ﺎﻤﻴﻓ ﻪﹺﺑﺎﺒﺷ `ﻦﻋﻭ ،`ﻩﺎﻨﹾﻓﹶﺃ ﺎﻤﻴﻓ ﻩﹺﺮ`ﻤ`ﻋ `ﻦﻋ
A person will not be able to move from his
place, until he replies to 5 questions:
• How did you spend your life?
• How did you spend your youth?
(Recorded by Tirmidzi)

“The young generation is also important because
they will shape the future of the nation. Being
the largest segment of citizens, the
Government will be accommodative to their
aspirations. We will become better listeners to
as well as constructive partners to youth. Their
idealism, ideas and energy are needed by the
nation to realize a better future.”
Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak
Prime Minister of Malaysia
The Tenth Malaysia Plan (2011 - 2015)

“The young generation is also important because
they will shape the future of the nation. Being
the largest segment of citizens, the
Government will be accommodative to their
aspirations. We will become better listeners to
as well as constructive partners to youth. Their
idealism, ideas and energy are needed by the
nation to realize a better future.”
Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak
Prime Minister of Malaysia
The Tenth Malaysia Plan (2011 - 2015)
“He alone, who owns the youth, gains the future.”
Adolf Hitler
Founder of Nazi Party
(1889 - 1945)
“This world demands the qualities of youth: not a time
of life but a state of mind, a temper of the will, a
quality of imagination, a predominance of courage over
timidity, of the appetite for adventure over
the life of ease.“
Robert F. Kennedy
President of United States of America
(1925 - 1968)
“Beri aku sepuluh pemuda, maka akan ku
goncang dunia.”
Soekarno
President of Indonesia
(1901 - 1970)
ﻲﹺﺑﹶﺃ ﹶﻥﺎﹶﻛ ﹸﻝﻮﹸﻘﻳ `ﻦﻣ ﻰﺘﹶﻔﹾﻟﺍ ﺲ`ﻴﹶﻟ ...
ﺍﹶﺬﻧﹶﺃ ﺎﻫ ﹸﻝﻮﹸﻘﻳ `ﻦﻣ ﻰﺘﹶﻔﹾﻟﺍ ﻦﻜﹶﻟ
“Not the Youth who says: This is my Father…
But the Youth is the one who says: Here I am!”
Arabic Proverb
(Some says it was quoted from Saidina Ali RA)
“Not the Youth who says: This is my Father…
But the Youth is the one who says: Here I am!”
Arabic Proverb
(Some says it was quoted from Saidina Ali RA)
3 Types of Youths today…
Syeikh Muhammad Saalih Al-Uthaimeen:
1. Rightly Guided Youth
2. Deviated Youth
3. Youth who are Confused
(between Evil and Good)
1. Rightly Guided Youth
2. Deviated Youth
3. Youth who are Confused
(between Evil and Good)
The Second: Deviated Youth
1. Corrupted in their Beliefs
2. Irresponsible & Selfish in their Conduct
3. Themselves Misled & Bring along Others
4. Do Not Accept Truth from Anyone
5. Do Not Care the Rights of Human &
Right of Allah
6. Deviated from the Straight Path &
Accepted Norms of Conduct
1. Corrupted in their Beliefs
2. Irresponsible & Selfish in their Conduct
3. Themselves Misled & Bring along Others
4. Do Not Accept Truth from Anyone
5. Do Not Care the Rights of Human &
Right of Allah
6. Deviated from the Straight Path &
Accepted Norms of Conduct
The Third: Confused Youth
1. Found in Abundance!
2. Confused & Doubted in their Beliefs
3. Obtained Basic Islamic Education, but in
Conflict with their much more Secular
Knowledge
4. Uncertainty between the Truth &
Falsehood
5. Helpless & Not Contribute in Progressing
the Ummah
1. Found in Abundance!
2. Confused & Doubted in their Beliefs
3. Obtained Basic Islamic Education, but in
Conflict with their much more Secular
Knowledge
4. Uncertainty between the Truth &
Falsehood
5. Helpless & Not Contribute in Progressing
the Ummah
Youths Youths
The Rightly Guided Youth
`ﻢ`ﻬ`ﻧﹺﺇ `ﻢﹺﻬ`ﺑﺮﹺﺑ ﺍﻮ`ﻨﻣﺁ ﹲﺔﻴ` ﺘﻓ `ﻢ`ﻫﺎﻧ`ﺩﹺﺯﻭ ﻯﺪ`ﻫ
“…Surely they were youths who believed
in their Lord and We increased them
in guidance.”
(Al-Kahfi 18: 13)
`ﻢ`ﻬ`ﻧﹺﺇ `ﻢﹺﻬ`ﺑﺮﹺﺑ ﺍﻮ`ﻨﻣﺁ ﹲﺔﻴ` ﺘﻓ `ﻢ`ﻫﺎﻧ`ﺩﹺﺯﻭ ﻯﺪ`ﻫ
“…Surely they were youths who believed
in their Lord and We increased them
in guidance.”
(Al-Kahfi 18: 13)
Who are they?
Ibnu Kathir said:
• They were young men, and that they were
more accepting of the truth and more
guided than the elders who had become
stubbornly set in their ways and clung to
the religion of falsehood.
`ﻢ`ﻬ`ﻧﹺﺇ `ﻢﹺﻬ`ﺑﺮﹺﺑ ﺍﻮ`ﻨﻣﺁ ﹲﺔﻴ`ﺘﻓ
People of the Cave
Who are they?
Ibnu Kathir said:
• They were young men, and that they were
more accepting of the truth and more
guided than the elders who had become
stubbornly set in their ways and clung to
the religion of falsehood.
Ibnu Kathir said again:
• For the same reason, most of those who responded
to Allah and His Messenger were young people.
• As for the elders of Quraysh, most of them kept to
their religion and only a few of them became
Muslims. So Allah tells us that the people of the
cave were young men.
• Mujahid said, "I was informed that some of them
wore some kind of earrings, then Allah guided
them and inspired them to fear Him, so they
recognized His Oneness, and bore witness that
there is no god besides Him.''
Ibnu Kathir said again:
• For the same reason, most of those who responded
to Allah and His Messenger were young people.
• As for the elders of Quraysh, most of them kept to
their religion and only a few of them became
Muslims. So Allah tells us that the people of the
cave were young men.
• Mujahid said, "I was informed that some of them
wore some kind of earrings, then Allah guided
them and inspired them to fear Him, so they
recognized His Oneness, and bore witness that
there is no god besides Him.''
`ﻢ`ﻫﺎﻧ`ﺩﹺﺯﻭ ﻯﺪ`ﻫ
“..and We increased them in guidance!”
Ibnu Kathir said:
• several scholars, such as Al-Bukhari and
others, understood that faith may increase,
that it may vary in degrees, and that it may
fluctuate.
“..and We increased them in guidance!”
Ibnu Kathir said:
• several scholars, such as Al-Bukhari and
others, understood that faith may increase,
that it may vary in degrees, and that it may
fluctuate.
How do We Get the Guidance?
“This is the Book (Al-Quran); in it is
guidance sure, without doubt, to those who
fear God.”
(Al-Baqarah 2: 2)
ﻪﻴﻓ ﺐ`ﻳﺭ ﹶﻻ `ﺏﺎﺘﻜﹾﻟﺍ ﻚﻟﹶﺫ ﲔﻘ`ﺘ`ﻤﹾﻠﱢﻟ ﻯﺪ`ﻫ
“This is the Book (Al-Quran); in it is
guidance sure, without doubt, to those who
fear God.”
(Al-Baqarah 2: 2)
ﻦﻣ ﹸﻝ`ﺰﻨ`ﻧﻭ ﻥﺍَﺀ`ﺮﹸﻘﹾﻟﺍ ﻮ`ﻫ ﺎﻣ ﹲﺔﻤ`ﺣﺭﻭ ٌﺀﺂﹶﻔﺷ
ﲔﹺﻨﻣ`ﺆ`ﻤﹾﻠﱢﻟ `ﺪﻳﹺﺰﻳ ﹶﻻﻭ ﺍﺭﺎﺴﺧ ﱠﻻﹶﺇ ﲔﻤﻠـﱠﻈﻟﺍ
“And We send down of the Qur'an
that which is a cure and a mercy to
the believers, and it increases the
wrongdoers in nothing but loss.”
(Al-Isra’ 17: 82)
“And We send down of the Qur'an
that which is a cure and a mercy to
the believers, and it increases the
wrongdoers in nothing but loss.”
(Al-Isra’ 17: 82)
ﻥﺍَﺀ`ﺮﹸﻘﹾﻟﺍ
ﲔﹺﻨﻣ`ﺆ`ﻤﹾﻠﱢﻟ
ٌﺀﺂﹶﻔﺷ
ﹲﺔﻤ`ﺣﺭ
ﻥﺍَﺀ`ﺮﹸﻘﹾﻟﺍ
ﹲﺔﻤ`ﺣﺭ
ﲔﻤﻠـﱠﻈﻟﺍ
ﺍﺭﺎﺴﺧ
Ibnu Kathir:
ٌﺀﺂﹶﻔﺷ
“…meaning that it takes away
whatever is in their hearts of doubt,
hypocrisy, Shirk, confusion and
inclination towards falsehood. The
Qur'an cures all of that.”
Ibnu Kathir:
ﹲﺔﻤ`ﺣﺭ
“…It is also a mercy through which one
attains faith and wisdom and seeks
goodness. This is only for those who
believe in it and accept it as truthful, it
is a cure and a mercy only for such
people.”
The Quranic Youths
ﻦﻜـﹶﻟﻭ ﲔ`ﻴﹺﻧﺎ`ﺑﺭ ﹾﺍﻮ`ﻧﻮﹸﻛ `ﻢ`ﺘﻨﹸﻛ ﺎﻤﹺﺑ ﹶﻥﻮ`ﻤﱢﻠﻌ`ﺗ
ﹶﻥﻮ`ﺳ`ﺭ`ﺪﺗ `ﻢ`ﺘﻨﹸﻛ ﺎﻤﹺﺑﻭ ﺏﺎﺘﻜﻟﺍ
“Be you Rabbaniyun, because you are
teaching the Book (Al-Quran), and
you are studying it.”
(Ali Imraan 3: 79)
Ibnu Abbas RA said:
Rabbaniyyun means, "Wise, learned, and
forbearing.”
Ad-Dahhak said:
"Whoever learns the Qur'an deserves to
become a Faqih (learned).''
ﲔ`ﻴﹺﻧﺎ`ﺑﺭ
Ibnu Abbas RA said:
Rabbaniyyun means, "Wise, learned, and
forbearing.”
Ad-Dahhak said:
"Whoever learns the Qur'an deserves to
become a Faqih (learned).''
`ﺏ`ﺭ ﻞﹸﻗﻭ ﻰﹺﻨ`ﺟﹺﺮ`ﺧﹶﺃﻭ ﹴﻕ`ﺪﺻ ﹶﻞﺧ`ﺪ`ﻣ ﻰﹺﻨﹾﻠﺧ`ﺩﹶﺃ
ﹴﻕ`ﺪﺻ ﺝﺮ`ﺨ`ﻣ ﻚ`ﻧ`ﺪﱠﻟ ﻦﻣ ﻰﱢﻟ ﻞﻌ`ﺟﺍﻭ
ﺍﲑﺼ`ﻧ ﹰﺎﻨـﹶﻄﹾﻠ`ﺳ
`ﺏ`ﺭ ﻞﹸﻗﻭ ﻰﹺﻨ`ﺟﹺﺮ`ﺧﹶﺃﻭ ﹴﻕ`ﺪﺻ ﹶﻞﺧ`ﺪ`ﻣ ﻰﹺﻨﹾﻠﺧ`ﺩﹶﺃ
ﹴﻕ`ﺪﺻ ﺝﺮ`ﺨ`ﻣ ﻚ`ﻧ`ﺪﱠﻟ ﻦﻣ ﻰﱢﻟ ﻞﻌ`ﺟﺍﻭ
ﺍﲑﺼ`ﻧ ﹰﺎﻨـﹶﻄﹾﻠ`ﺳ
And say: "My Lord! Let my entry be
good, and (likewise) my exit be good.
And grant me from You a helping
authority.”
(Al-Isra’ 17: 80)
Hassan Al-Basri said:
"When the disbelievers of Makkah
conspired to kill the Messenger of
Allah , or expel him or imprison him,
Allah wanted him to fight the people
of Makkah, and commanded him to go
to Al-Madinah.”
The Hijrah
Hassan Al-Basri said:
"When the disbelievers of Makkah
conspired to kill the Messenger of
Allah , or expel him or imprison him,
Allah wanted him to fight the people
of Makkah, and commanded him to go
to Al-Madinah.”
Dakwah is Hijrah
“Towards a unique
Quranic Generation.”
The Unique Quranic
Youth
Asma’ binti Abu Bakar RA :–
• She was the lady who so bravely & calmly carried
the burden of the Prophet’s secret Hijrah.
• She was 27 years old at that time, when her
father asked her to deliver the fresh foods &
items necessary for the journey.
• In the mission, she walked several nights in the
wilderness & darkness from Mecca to the Cave
of Thur.
• Called as Dzatun Nitaaqain – The Lady who
had 2 belts/girdles
Asma’ binti Abu Bakar RA :–
• She was the lady who so bravely & calmly carried
the burden of the Prophet’s secret Hijrah.
• She was 27 years old at that time, when her
father asked her to deliver the fresh foods &
items necessary for the journey.
• In the mission, she walked several nights in the
wilderness & darkness from Mecca to the Cave
of Thur.
• Called as Dzatun Nitaaqain – The Lady who
had 2 belts/girdles
Ali bin Abi Tolib RA :–
• Embraced Islam in his 10 years old while
his father didn’t.
• He was a child physically, but he had a
savvy mind as an adult.
• Active member of the Prophet’s
discussion forum.
• Contributed hugely in the Hijrah of the
Prophet & Abu Bakar RA.
• The 4
th
Caliph in Islam.
• One of the companions who guaranteed
entering the Jannah.
Ali bin Abi Tolib RA :–
• Embraced Islam in his 10 years old while
his father didn’t.
• He was a child physically, but he had a
savvy mind as an adult.
• Active member of the Prophet’s
discussion forum.
• Contributed hugely in the Hijrah of the
Prophet & Abu Bakar RA.
• The 4
th
Caliph in Islam.
• One of the companions who guaranteed
entering the Jannah.
Al-Arqam bin Abi Arqam RA :–
• He was a descendant of Bani Makhzum (known to have
eternal conflict against the Bani Hasyim – Prophet’s
family)
• In his 16 years old, Prophets used his house as secret
base of Islamic Teaching in Mecca
Az-Zubair bin Awwam RA:-
• Embraced Islam in his 15 years old & hijrah in his 18.
• One of the most successful commanders in Islam
(Conquest of Mecca, Battle of Yarmouk,
Reinforcement to Amru Al-’Ash in the Conquest of
Egypt)
• His Quality alone same as 1000 of armies – said Umar
RA
• Guaranteed entering the Jannah.
Al-Arqam bin Abi Arqam RA :–
• He was a descendant of Bani Makhzum (known to have
eternal conflict against the Bani Hasyim – Prophet’s
family)
• In his 16 years old, Prophets used his house as secret
base of Islamic Teaching in Mecca
Az-Zubair bin Awwam RA:-
• Embraced Islam in his 15 years old & hijrah in his 18.
• One of the most successful commanders in Islam
(Conquest of Mecca, Battle of Yarmouk,
Reinforcement to Amru Al-’Ash in the Conquest of
Egypt)
• His Quality alone same as 1000 of armies – said Umar
RA
• Guaranteed entering the Jannah.
Saad bin Abi Waqqas RA:-
• Embraced Islam in his 17 years old even with his mother
confrontation & protest.
• His mother persistently refused to drink or eat.
• He said:
“My Mother, In spite of my strong love for you, my love
for Allah and His Messenger is indeed stronger. By
Allah, if you had a thousand souls and each one depart
one after another, I would not abandon this religion for
anything.' ”
• Joined in the Battle of Badr after crying & struggling
(denied by the Prophet for his age)
• Later become the most accurate archer among Sahabah
• Guaranteed entering the Jannah.
Saad bin Abi Waqqas RA:-
• Embraced Islam in his 17 years old even with his mother
confrontation & protest.
• His mother persistently refused to drink or eat.
• He said:
“My Mother, In spite of my strong love for you, my love
for Allah and His Messenger is indeed stronger. By
Allah, if you had a thousand souls and each one depart
one after another, I would not abandon this religion for
anything.' ”
• Joined in the Battle of Badr after crying & struggling
(denied by the Prophet for his age)
• Later become the most accurate archer among Sahabah
• Guaranteed entering the Jannah.
Usamah bin Zaid RA:-
• Son of Zaid bin Harithah RA, foster-child of the
Prophet. Loved by the Prophet almost as equal to
a real grandson.
• In his 10, requested to join the Battle of Uhud (not
allowed by the Prophet)
• 15 years old – joined in the Battle of Khandaq
• In the Battle of Hunayn – he was among the few
men who continued to fight with the Prophet,
helping turn the near-defeat into victory.
• In his 20 years old, appointed by the Prophet as
the General of Expedition to Sham – Byzantine
Empire (The Youngest General ever pointed by the
prophet)
Usamah bin Zaid RA:-
• Son of Zaid bin Harithah RA, foster-child of the
Prophet. Loved by the Prophet almost as equal to
a real grandson.
• In his 10, requested to join the Battle of Uhud (not
allowed by the Prophet)
• 15 years old – joined in the Battle of Khandaq
• In the Battle of Hunayn – he was among the few
men who continued to fight with the Prophet,
helping turn the near-defeat into victory.
• In his 20 years old, appointed by the Prophet as
the General of Expedition to Sham – Byzantine
Empire (The Youngest General ever pointed by the
prophet)
Muhammad Al-Fatih
• Sultan of Ottoman Empire
• Conquered Constantinople
in his 24 years old!
Prophet SAW said:
"Verily you shall conquer Constantinople. What a
wonderful leader will its leader be, and what a
wonderful army will that army be!“
(Recorded by Imam Ahmad)
So, After this session…
1. Which type of Youth
you prefer to be?
2. Any change in your
view about how the
Quran functioning
in your life?
3. What are your
perspectives about
the Uniuqe Quranic
Youths?
1. Which type of Youth
you prefer to be?
2. Any change in your
view about how the
Quran functioning
in your life?
3. What are your
perspectives about
the Uniuqe Quranic
Youths?
Let’s join the
large family of
the Unique
Quranic
Youths!
Let’s join the
large family of
the Unique
Quranic
Youths!
Azraai Ahmad
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