Zaynab Academy Presents

A Special Dars-e-Qur’an on
with Alimah Z. Rashid

“…And they should forgive and overlook. Would you not like that Allah Forgives you?…”
(Surah Nur, 24:22)

Join us for spiritual insights and practical advice from the Qur’an on how to forgive and when to let go.

Thursday, April 30

5:00-6:00 PM @ 12-Q, st.1, DHA (behind PSO pump)
Contact: 0334-4184944 || For Women Only


Alimah Z. Rashid is a student of the honourable Shaykh Mufti Kamaluddin Ahmed and his respected wife.
She graduated from LUMS on the Dean’s Honour List with a Bsc Hons degree in Economics. While at LUMS, she also undertook courses pertaining to Islamic History & Intellectual Tradition and Oriental Languages such as Persian. In pursuing her religious studies, she completed the Dars e Nizami course studying Quran, Hadith, Islamic Law, Jurisprudence, Beliefs, Arabic Language & Literature from accomplished academics such as Maulana Saifur Rehman Qasim, a senior student of Allama Sarfaraz Khan Safdar (ra) and Mufti Mushahid, a student of Justice Mufti Taqi Usmani. For the past five years, she has consistently remained in the blessed company of Shaykh Kamaluddin and his wife, learning from their advice and counsel and helping them in the administration of Zaynab Academy Lahore as well as the online institute established under their auspices. She has taught various courses including Quran, Hadith, Islamic Law and Arabic for over 3 years to younger and older women alike.

In 2013, She conducted a Daura of Quran, covering the translation and commentary of the entire Quran. She has also been conducting short courses and self-help workshops focusing on various topics such as Anger Management, Time Management, to help women organize themselves better. Currently, she delivers lectures explaining Quranic verses as well as spiritual talks to help people draw closer to Deen.


  1. Dr faraz says:

    Aoa. I wanted to know how to enrol my mother for this event. Jazakallah

  2. Z.A. Support says:

    it was a walk in program, enrolment wasn’t required.

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