7 Habits of Successfully Raising Muslim Children Tuesdays from the 4th February 2020 – 7pm to 9pm – 7 weeks #HSR201

7 Habits of Successfully

Raising Muslim Children

Taught by Moulana Muaadth Allie

The goal to raise a Muslim child should be distinct and different from the goals of raising children in general. The society teaches that children should be raised for particular purposes whereas the Islamic society also teaches raising children for some purposes. There may be some overlapping which is natural but the goal of the Muslim parent in raising Muslim children should be to raise righteous Muslims.

We all have intentions to raise our children to the best of our abilities, so join us on this epic road to discovery and enhance your parenting skills.

This 7-week course explores relevant Quranic ayaat and unpacks the advice of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) through Hadith to provide you with the correct tools for your household to gain the blessings of Allah (SWT). In sha Allah

An enriching learning experience that adds positivity, purpose and growth to your life and the lives of your family.

Course Outline:

1. Taqwa and Piety
2. Dua’
3. Being an Example
4. Parenting
5. Education
6. Providing a Positive Environment
7. Systematic Discipline Method

Instructor: Moulana Muaadth Allie

  • Graduate of Darul Ulum Newcastle (KZN)



    The classes was well organised, very informative, great time and the instructor was also very entertaining. Moulana made the class exceptionally easy to understand and kept the class interesting with his engagement with the class. His knowledge of the topics discussed were also really vast and I appreciated the fact that he often made examples during discussions to ease our understanding. The instructor was knowledgable and made classes run by adding some humour. Mln Allie has a great abundance of knowledge. Every class was very informational. Well planned and classically funny. Overall result of the course was really informative and helpful and relatable. Thoroughly enjoyed it.

Dates & Times:

  • Tuesdays [7 weeks]
  • Starts 4th February 2020
  • Ends 17th March 2020
  • 7pm to 9pm
  • Break for Maghrib Salah 


The Knowledge Zone / The Deen Store – 541 Lansdowne Rd. Lansdowne (See map here)

  • Patrolled parking
  • Air conditioning

Investment per person:

  • Monthly fee: R220 x 2
  • Once off fee: R400 (R40 savings)
  • Student pack containing: Notes, scrap book, pen and folder (provided)

Kindly note that we are not funded and all fees collected are used to cover operational expenses and salaries. In sha Allah


  • Limited seats and payment secures your seat.
  • The Deen Store, 541 Lansdowne Rd, Lansdowne (See map here)

    7 Habits #HSR201

Banking Details:

EFT and Cellphone banking only , no cash deposits allowed !

Bank Name: Standard Bank
Account Name: Cape Town Muslim Events
Branch Name: Kromboom
Branch Code: 026209
Account Number: 300794711
Account Type: Cheque Account

Reference : Your Name, Surname and Course code (#HSR201)

*Kindly Fax or email proof of payment to 086 551 8032 / admin@theknowledgezone.co.za

Cash or Card payments can be made at The Deen Store – 541 Lansdowne Road, Lansdowne. (See map here)

Contact Us:

Telephone: 021 762 6745
Email: admin@theknowledgezone.co.za
Fax: 086 551 8032
Class Coordinator: Shamiel – Whats App – 0765463217

Our Instructors

Our Instructors

Our Instructors are among the best. We are determined to provide our students with instructors who take professionalism, effectiveness and expertise to the max. Along with tremendous knowledge, our instructors are also engaging and exciting, so that our courses will provide you with some of the most interesting days you’ve ever spent learning Islam. In sha Allah

About CTME Courses

About CTME Courses

Cape Town Muslim Events Education department (The Knowledge Zone) has been around officially since 2011. Over the past few years, thousands of students have studied with us. Our aim is to deliver outstanding education that enriches people’s lives underpinned by an Islamic ethos and to make traditional Islamic education accessible and relevant.

O Allah, I ask Thee for BENEFICIAL KNOWLEDGE, acceptable action, and good provision.” (Al-Tirmidhi).

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