Qur'an Workshop with Fatih Seferagic in Kuala Lumpur

Brother Fatih Seferagic is no stranger in Malaysia. I even wrote a post about him because I was impressed by this young man, mashaAllah. Videos of the 18 year old hafidh who completed the memorisation of the Qur'an at age 12 went viral on the Internet last year and with high demand he will be in Kuala Lumpur at the end of June 2013, inshaAllah.

  Can you believe this got almost 2000 retweets?

Brother Fatih will be one of the speakers at this year's Being ME event on the 29th of June but Young Muslims Project have created a special event in anticipation of the month of Ramadhan.

Don't miss this opportunity! Register NOW.
I'm telling you these tickets will sell fast and there are only 200 seats.
Don't say I didn't warn ya, okay?

Session 1: How I Met The Quran 
Relooking and sharing various experiences on how we first encountered the Quran. Tips and Tricks to memorize and recite the Quran by Brother Fatih, as well as a first hand experience at his amazing recitation! 

Session 2: My Quran, My Shrink 
As the Qalamullah, we will explore examples of how we can connect to the Quran as our ultimate pacifier and “go-to” person in our search for purification and soothing of the heart, insyaAllah via interesting activities and discussions 

Session 3: Who Conquers The Quran, Conquers The World 
An attempt to appreciate the wealth, breadth and extent of the knowledge within the Quran as a “Book of Signs”, as well as a “Book of Science” of knowledge. 

Session 4: Al Quran & I: My Teacher, My Friend, My Navigator 
A summary and comprehensive view of our renewed relationship with the Quran Al-Qalamullah as a teacher of knowledge, a pacifier, and a guide.

Date & Time
Sunday, 30 June 2013 
9 am - 6 pm

Dewan Syarahan, Masjid Saidina Abu Bakar As Siddiq Bangsar, 
Jalan Ara, Bangsar, 59100 Kuala Lumpur 

Early bird rates
RM60 (students), RM 80 (non-students) 

Normal Rates
RM100 after 25th June 2013 

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Now there's only one thing to do. Register and spread the word. JazakumaAllahu khairan :)


Haneen Ibrahim said…
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Qur'an?!!! OMG! that is simply genius, as a writer such titles are up my alley, to change 'galaxy' to Qur'an is brilliant :)too bad I can't be there to attend but such a title would've got me running to have me a seat, I hope you get to attend and tell us what great stuff you came out with.
Shahirah Elaiza said…
@Haneen, I know right! The Young Muslims Project team came up with it :) InshaAllah, I get to write about the event. There's so much I want to write about but have no time for these days :/
Anonymous said…
pure nonsense...i think we can always find a malay guy who is as much capable in reciting quran as he is, n there's plenty of huffaz here in malaysia nowadays, as for the workshop, i find it really unnecessary to list out step by step to make you closer to the quran, i mean, come on??, its only a matter of your love and relationship with Allah.

if you have a very preserve strong relationship with Him than reciting quran everyday would be like reciting love letters, he's awesome, no doubt, but i might think that all of these is because of his charmed looks

looking at those pictures i think that he doesnt even have a clue on what you guys want him to say or rather teach...if you really want some knowledge from him than the course would take about a year or two ATLEAST.

just my penny thoughts.
Shahirah Elaiza said…
@Anon, Assalamualaykum. Comments like yours make me smile :) I wish I had seen this earlier to include it in one of my recent blog posts. But anyway, I don't know what's the problem here: that a Malay hafiz is not as famous and popular? Fatih's "charming good looks"? or your dissatisfaction with the workshop? (which by the way, I doubt you attended so you wouldn't know if it was a success or not) OR that it would be better if we could provide a 2-year course with Br. Fatih? :)

I mean, it's all about doing the best with the time and resources that you have WITH good intentions.

If you wrote that comment with good intentions then I hope Allah will reward you for it :)