IslamInSpanish Benefit Dinner

"Reclaiming Our Lost Heritage"


IslamInSpanish is honored to INVITE YOU to:

IslamInSpanish Benefit Dinner - Celebrating 15 yrs of Service
"Reclaiming Our Lost Heritage"
Saturday, May 5th - 6:30 - 9:30pm - at WISE Learning Center!

Come celebrate with us over 15 Years of Service as we bring to you the wonderful Dr. Abdullah Hakim Quick who will speak to us about how the works of IslamInSpanish and its relevance to Al Andalus, Ancient Spain (781-1492) in the application of "Convivencia" in modern times.

We will have a culturally rich program with diverse community leaders such as Jaime "Mujahid" Fletcher, Imam Isa Parada, Imam Wazir Ali and more, Live Interviews, Halal Latino Food, Inspirational Testimonies and much more! Don't Miss Out!

Dr. Quick is a historian, social activist and religious leader of African and Native American descent. He has travelled to over 58 countries doing research and delivering lectures to various communities. His qualification in Islamic Studies comes from a BA from the Islamic University of Madinah, Saudi Arabia and his history background is shaped by an MA and PhD from the History Department of the University of Toronto, Canada.

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"Crowns of Modesty"


"Crowns of Modesty" is a sisters support group and social we have once a month at the IslamInSpanish Centro Islamico. Here we support each other on our journey through Islam in a relaxed, safe space environment as we review books, have guest speakers, share experiences and food! Sisters please join us April 21 and bring a snack to share! We will be starting and ending a little earlier since we have a program after we need to set up for. We can’t wait to see our lovely sisters! InshaAllah #latinomuslims #houston #latinamuslimah #sisterhood #womenstrong #modesty #hermanas 



During our first class we discussed the many reasons it is important for us to study the Life of Our Beloved Prophet (salalaahu alaihi wa salem).

From those reasons we mentioned were the following...

•That we wanted to learn from His character.
•To learn what was going on during the time the revelation was being revealed.
•To learn how the Prophet dealt with issues of sexism, racism, tribal violence and classism among other things that we are experiencing during our own times.


Additional benefits...
•Learning the difference between a Hadeeth and an Athar.
• Learning the difference between a Prophet/Naby and a Messenger/Rasool.
• How Islam may be the only organized religion in existence that takes rights of worship as we do during Hajj & Umrah by following the way of Hajer Umm Ismaeel.

From the Seerah we began with the beginning of Mecca and a brief history up until the years just before the birth of our Prophet Muhammad (salalaahu alaihi wa salem).

For our next Halaqah we will cover the birth of the Prophet up until the beginning of revelation at age 40.

All brothers are encouraged to study that period of time and join us for our next halaqah on Friday the 24th, 7-8pm back on 48th & Ashland.