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What Students Say
I can honestly say that not a day goes by when you come to MMTQ and that you don’t gain some pearl of wisdom to enrich your life.
If you are having problems at home or with other aspects of your life , a teacher will say something in lesson and you feel that it is directed towards you. Immediately you realise that that’s the way to tackle your problem. Subhanallah!
Having had kids who were at school and madrasa I never found a class that suited my time as a wife and mother.
Alhamdulillah, when I heard of this course in Bradford, I jumped at the chance even though I had to travel to get to them.
In just one year I feel I have accomplished a great deal in learning the Arabic language.
It never ceases to excite me when I come across a verse and realise I can translate it.
I truly am blessed that I have been given this opportunity to seek beneficial knowledge from MMTQ, an institution which I would be more inclined to call ‘home’. You feel an amazing sense of belonging here and you just can’t wait for the next lesson.
MMTQ has a very high standard of teaching with continuous support from inspirational teachers who don’t settle for anything but the best from you. The best thing I did was to join MMTQ, Alhumdu lillah.
Insha Allah come and join us and don’t just BE inspired, ASPIRE to do it!
This course inspired me and facilitated ease into life’s difficulties. Each day at MMTQ my troubles faded away as I was reminded of our Prophets (PbUH) trials and the trials of other righteous predecessors.
This course shaped me to the person I am. Make the change in life and enrol today
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Whoever travels a path in search of knowledge, Allah will make easy for him a path to Paradise.
[Narrated by Abu Huraira, recorded in Sahih al-Muslim]
If Allah intends goodness for someone, He grants him understanding of religion.
[Narrated by Muawiyah, recorded in Sahih al-Bukhari]
Seeking knowledge is an obligation upon every Muslim.
[Narrated by Anas ibn Malik, recorded in Ibn Maja]