Consider your House. On a scale of 1-10, how would you rate the peace and serenity, the closeness and connection, the love and sacrifice?

Consider your extended family. Do you recall the last time you spoke with that distant cousin, uncle or grandfather? Are you able to name all your cousins (or their children) with ease and fond memories? On both sides of the family?

So would you perhaps, if you turned away, cause corruption on earth and sever your [ties of] relationship?
Those are the ones that Allah has cursed, so He deafened them and blinded their vision.
{Surat Muhammad: 22-23}

You want to change the world; then begin with its cornerstone. It’s time we Protect this House.

AlMaghrib Institute presents a single weekend seminar on the crucial yet oft-neglected topic:

"Kinship (rahim) is derived from Allah (Ar-Rahmaan). If anyone maintains ties of kinship, Allah maintains
ties with him. If anyone cuts them off, Allah cuts him off."
The Prophet (salla Allahu alayhi wassalam)
[al-Adab al-Mufrad]

Family conflict. Sibling rivalry. Spousal misunderstanding. Parenting clashes. And then some.

It all comes with the package. Family is a compilation of different personalities, interests and motivations – sometimes conflicting. You’re not the only one with a funny-looking family.

You probably fit in at least one of these categories:

And if you’re one of the few that’s got it all going on, then imagine the added blessings of bringing your whole family to Protect this House.

In this seminar, you’ll learn the:

So give the relative his right, as well as the needy and the traveler. That is best for those who desire the
pleasure of Allah , and it is they who will be the successful.
{Surat Ar-Rum: 38}

Everyone’s Got a Strange Cousin

It’s true. Somewhere in the family tree, there’s that one dude you don’t even know how to begin. But even that guy has a right upon you.

Here are a few things you’ll finally clear up:

You Try but They Push Away

So what’s the point of even trying?

"The one who maintains ties of kinship is not the one who reciprocates. The one who maintains ties of kinship
is the one who, when his relatives cut him off, maintains ties of kinship."
The Prophet (salla Allahu alayhi wassalam)
[al-Adab al-Mufrad]

But there are ways to keep trying without being an annoying nag. And Shaykh Abu Eesa’s got the creative ways to help you do just that.

“Shiekh Abu Eesa is definitely among the most inspiring instructors I've had so far. I would definitely
recommend anyone to take this seminar if they have the chance and enjoy some heartwarming fun filled moments
with Shiekh Abu Esa. May Allah bless him and his family!” ~ Asma Paracha, Winnipeg, MB

Al-Adab Al-Mufrad

Al-Adab Al-Mufrad is a gold-mine collection of 1300 Hadiths by Imam Al-Bukhari shining a very bright spotlight on Prophetic etiquettes and moral conduct.

This masterpiece collection is considered by scholars to be the code of conduct for everyday living. It is a book devoted to the pearls of wisdom straight from the blessed tongue of our Prophet (salla Allahu alayhi wassalam) and his most perfect behaviour.

Shaykh Abu Eesa Niamatullah is famous for his critically acclaimed seminars on this very book with significant portions dedicated to the home and dealing with specific family members. Protect this House is an intensive single weekend seminar carefully designed for this very topic.