AISI Philosophy

From this we understand that we cannot provide a service for our community to gain the bounties of Allah through means of impureness by mixing good deeds with some bad, passing off that which is Haram as ‘Halal’ and vice

versa as the end product will not be accepted by Allah (Subhana Wataallah). An example is found in a man who owns a restaurant that serves Halal food but he also sells alcohol- his earnings will be Haram and rejected, likewise we aim to provide the most pure authentic Islamic education with consideration and care for our students and teachers by avoiding all that may lead to evil and all that maybe of doubt.

The obligation of seeking knowledge is continuing and constant upon the Muslims, this condition falls on both genders of Male and Female. Imam Ibn al Jawzi (rahimahullah) said:

“A woman is an accountable individual just as a man is.She is obliged to seek knowledge of her duties so that she may perform them properly.” {Ahkaam al Nisaa’}

It is therefore with consideration of all these factors in mind that tend to preoccupy us that Tayyibun aims to serve and assist such Muslims with varied commitments by providing a flexible approach to learning with teaching in a small group capacity, retaining an Islamic environment with segregation between the genders and bringing education on your own terms- at a time best suitable and convenient to yourself.

AISI recognises that the vast majority of people have full time commitments that engage and absorb their time ranging from work, studies and family; these days in particular for our sisters certain difficulties are faced as to the environment in society at large, in public places and even amongst situations with Muslims that are not ideal nor conducive for them in going on the path of knowledge whilst trying retain their modesty..







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