The Importance of the Madrasah
It is an indisputable fact that the Ummah is currently passing through a phase of Jaahiliyyah (ignorance). The global onslaught upon the Ummah is on many fronts. However, the most dangerous and unfortunately the most effective is the silent battle that is waged on the hearts and minds of our innocent children. The battle is waged with smiling faces, alluring fashions, deceptive articles and even “exciting” toys which leave subtle messages in the hearts of children. Eventually, Muslim children with Muslim names but western hearts and minds grow up without any spirit of Islam in their lives. Apart from a few practices which they perform in a ritualistic manner, their lives centre on materialism and chasing “fun.” The true purpose of our existence in this earth is then completely lost. Thus it is imperative that we recognise the harm of this battle that is being waged on the hearts and minds of the Ummah. Having recognised it, steps must be taken to safeguard ourselves and our children from the onslaught.
One of the most vital efforts in this regard is the effort of the Madaaris. It has become the means of stemming the tide of kufr (disbelief) in many parts of the world. Indeed, it is only by inculcating the awareness of Allah Ta’ala together with a sound knowledge of at least the fundamentals of Deen that will serve as a protection for our children.
In the current conditions of fitnah and fasaad (mischief and corruption), lack of Deeni knowledge, Taqwa and a general mindset of materialism, the role of the primary Madarasah, The Madrasah has become more important and vital than ever before. In numerous countries of the world, and indeed in our own country, the Madaaris have become a means of saving the Imaan of thousands and reversing the tide of Irtidaad (reneging from Islam). It is not possible to fully appreciate the fundamental function that these Madaaris fulfill in watering the seeds of Imaan which will later flourish, Insha Allah.
Every parent should regard it as his/her incumbent duty to find a suitable Madrasah for their child to attend daily. Parents should be firm on sending their children to learn the Quran as well as other basic tenets of Deen.
May Allah Ta’ala accept us, guide us, protect us and always be pleased with us. Aameen.
Our Madrasah operates during the following times:
Maktab. Boys and Girls between the ages of 5 to 16
– Weekdays (Monday – Friday) Early session 4.30pm – 6pm
– Weekdays (Monday – Friday) Late session 6pm – 7.30pm
Girls ‘Aalimah class
– Weekdays (Monday – Friday) 5pm – 7.30pm
Madrasah is closed during Islamic Festivals and certain Public Holidays.
New admissions take place during the Month of January each year, subject to availability.
Admission forms must be completed for all new enrolments.
Child’s birth certificate, proof of address, admission fee and current applicable term fees MUST be accompanied with the admission form.
Fees are payable at the beginning of each term. Parents may pay in two instalments if they so desire. Please enquire at the Madrasah office for details of current term fees.