The central goal of the Nazrah Program at ICF is to instill Muslim character in our students. An individual exhibiting Muslim character is one who pursues spiritual goals throughout all of their worldly endeavours. The individual is an embodiment of Islamic morals and values. The Program aims to develop in our students the values vital to a Muslim: honesty, compassion, respect for others, justice, responsibility, and acceptance. These skills will then help prepare the students to become moral individuals, and contributing members of society.
Nazrah Program Director/Coordinator: Imam Shakil Vawda
Imam Shakil was born in Bolton, greater Manchester , U.K. He is the youngest of five siblings. He attended the local primary and high schools until the age of fifteen, when he was enrolled in the Islamic institute of Islamic education in Dewsbury U.K upon his late father’s wishes. He completed his high school and carried on there with his Islamic theology course. After extensive studying for approximately nine years he received the title scholar of Islamic Science and Arabic literature in recognition of proficiency in the program of study by the institute’s bachelor’s degree equivalent course. He also received the title of Qari after studying the ten different ways of reciting the Holy Quran.
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