Shadows in the Sun: The Living Legacy of the Sahabah

Oct. 25, 2013, 7 p.m.

Classes & Workshops

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901 Atlantic Drive Northwest, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 30318, USA

Event Description

They are SHADOWS in the SUN Their names are known

But their contributions are unknown


To the left, right, in front and back,

wherever he (salla Allahu alayhi wassalam) looked, she was there.


He was beaten to a pulp for reciting the Quran aloud for the first time.

But he came back and did it again the next day anyway.


At the moment of his death,

the Mighty Throne of Allah (swt) shook!


These were men and women who surrounded the Prophet (salla Allahu alayhi wassalam). We hear their names frequently, but how much do we really know about their contributions to Islam, to us?

Have you considered that today you are able to carry the Book of Allah because one man long ago sacrificed many sleepless nights to scrutinize every verse written on whatever animal hide, piece of wood, or stone that the companions could muster?

Have you considered that today your Islam was made possible because one woman long ago shielded the Prophet (sallah Allahu alayhi wassalam) with her entire body, bearing arrow after arrow impaling her body?

Or have you considered that today you comprehend the words of Allah (swt) because one boy long ago was made a prodigy, a genius, committed to the perpetual study of the Quran and its depth of wisdom?

In a specially prepared seminar, Dr. Abdullah Hakim Quick gathers the remarkable contributions of the men and women around the Prophet (salla Allahu alayhi wassalam) to transform your kinship with the best generation to ever walk the earth.

SHADOWS IN THE SUN The Living Legacy of the Sahabah A single-weekend seminar taught by Dr. Abdullah Hakim Quick

Dr. Abdullah Hakim Quick will open your eyes to a world you have never been exposed to before. It was as if a film was removed from the lens of my eyes -Safa Al-Dabagh, Windsor

Edit This Event Last Edited By: Saad Taufique on June 8, 2014, 1:48 p.m.