7th Mawlid Festival 2020
A Timeless Love

Saturday 14 November 2020

7th Mawlid Festival 2020

A Timeless Love

Alhamdulillah, SimplyIslam has organised many events celebrating Prophet Muhammad (s), including Mawlid Festivals, Grand Mawlid and Spiritual Jamming events. 

This year SimplyIslam Academy UK, in collaboration with SimplyIslam.sg, is organising a virtual 7th Mawlid Festival, with the theme “A Timeless Love” featuring speakers and reciters from around the globe.

“A Timeless Love” is a phrase that carries significant meaning especially in relation to Allah’s relationship with His Beloved (ﷺ).  The phrase means “not restricted to a particular time or date” or “lasting forever”.  Such is the love that Allah Al-Wadud, The Loving One, has for His Beloved, Prophet Muhammad, Allah’s Peace & Blessings be upon him.  Hundreds of ahadith or Prophetic traditions allude to this.  Do read on…

Scholars & Speakers @ 7th Mawlid Festival

Born into an eminent family of religious scholars in Beirut, Shaykh Muhammad Hisham Al-Kabbani is a world-renowned Muslim scholar, author, and lecturer.

Shaykh Faid Mohammed Said is one of the most prominent Islamic scholar based in the United Kingdom whose efforts include teaching and community outreach work..

Ali Hussain has a doctoral degree in Islamic Studies from the University of Michigan, Department of Middle Eastern Studies. His research focuses on the image of…

Shaykh Ahmed El Azhary is a researcher in Islamic intellectual history and a teacher of Islamic traditional sciences. He’s currently a teacher of Hadith, Usūl, Logic and Kalam at Rawdatul-Na`īm

Abdul-Rehman Malik is an award winning journalist, educator and cultural organizer. In June 2019 he was appointed Lecturer and Associate Research Scholar at the Yale Divinity School..

Ustaz Muhammad Zahid Mohd Zin completed his early Islamic studies at Madrasah Al Junied Al Islamiah in Singapore. He furthered his Islamic studies at..

Syed Mohsen Alsagoff graduated in 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts in Islamic Theology (Usuluddin) from Yarmouk University, Jordan.  He spent a good 12 years covering his primary..


Organisers & Supporters