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The White Rock Muslim Association

The White Rock Muslim Association

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Halaqa

Youth Halaqa

The Halaqat at the WRMA provide an ongoing Islamic learning environment for Muslim youth. The Halaqat were established in 2012 and continue to take place weekly. The gathering allows Muslim youth to receive exposure to interact, engage and learn about Islam. Students will delve into topics that will help develop their Islamic perspective and understanding and promotes their identity and Eman.

Principles

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The Halaqat place emphasis on

 Taqwa | Sabr | Ihsaan | Akhlaaq


Key elements of our belief system

Manners | Hayaa | Aqeedah | Ibadaah | Fiqh

Sources

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Topics may be derived from
Quran | Follow the life of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ chronologically | Companions | Significant personalities or events in Islam | Current events | Present circumstances


Delivery

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Several tools are employed to deliver Halaqa
Lectures | Homework | Group presentations | Skits | Quizzes | Critical thinking questions | Volunteering

Mentoring

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Through these Halaqat, the teachers explore the practical application of Islam and empower the youth to make appropriate decisions. The participants discussed a variety of topics, including gender relations, dress code, drugs, alcohol, bullying, partying, puberty, smoking, friendship, etc.


As such, the Halaqa not only provides a learning environment but provides a safe space for Muslim Youth to share their experiences, concerns and questions to teachers that have grown up in the West. The teachers bear the responsibility of not only being teachers but role models, older brothers, friends, advisors and councillors.

Sisters' Halaqa

The sisters’ weekly Halaqa is for all ages in the community. It includes tajweed, seerah, and other relevant topics. 

Young Boys' & Girls' Halaqa

Each Friday at 6:45 PM at the WRMA Centre.