History

2005

 

In February, Shaykh Dr Ridhwan Saleem given formal authorisation to teach the Islamic Sciences. He returns to the UK and begins teaching classical Islamic texts in his house while continuing his work as a psychiatrist. The teaching later moves to the Rose Cottage, premises devoted to Islamic learning and spirituality.

 

2007

 

West London School of Islamic Studies (WLSIS) inaugurated by Shaykh Dr Ridhwan Saleem.

 

2009

 

Lady Nafisa Independent School for Girls opens. This significantly grows from a handful of students to now reaching 40! [as of 2014]

 

2013

 

WLSIS rebrands to Ha Meem Foundation, giving the organisation a wider scope on it’s focus to not only connect and teach students to traditional Islamic learning, but also to reinvigorate the community around by introducing Ha Meem Events and Ha Meem School.

 

Muslims in Britain

According to Islamic law (Shari’ah), it is necessary for Muslims living in a non-Muslim land, such as Britain, to be honest, upright and just. Specifically, it is completely forbidden for a Muslim who is living under the security of the non-Muslim state to engage in any form of violence or terrorism against his non-Muslim neighbours, as has been stated very clearly in the famous classical manual of Islamic law, ‘ The Hidayah.

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