YM Chicago and Loyola MSA Present:
Without a Doubt
Speakers: Br. Abdul Sattar Ahmed and Br. Habeeb Quadri
Loyola University - Friday Feb. 25th 2011
These are issues that are often faced by Muslim teens in our current state. We want to be Muslims, but still want to have fun in life. How do we do that? What is expected of me being a Muslim? Do I have to give up on a happy life? Lets find out Without A Doubt.
About the Speakers: Br. Abdul Sattar Ahmed and Br. Habeeb Quadri
Brother Abdul Sattar Ahmed is an IT professional from Chicago, Illinois. He graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2006 with a Bachelors in Finance with a second Major of Management Information Systems. He served as UIC MSA president during his time at the University. He has been active with Young Muslims for over ten years, serving in roles at the local, regional, and national levels with a focus on the organization’s educational program. He currently works in the technology and finance sector in Chicago, and studies Arabic and the Islamic sciences part-time at Dar-ul Qasim Institute. His interests include bicycling, the study of the Qur’an, Islamic education, law, and history.
Brother Habeeb Quadri is the principal of the MCC Full Time School in Morton Grove, Illinois. He has a B.A. degree in Teaching of History and a Masters in School Administration. In addition to his teaching and administrative experience in public and private schools, Habeeb has delivered dozens of lectures throughout North America and abroad on Islam, society, and social problems confronting Muslim youth and the community-at-large for the last fifteen years. Additionally, Habeeb maintains an active interest in education consulting. He has started his own educational consulting company called High Quality Educational Consulting in which he has partnered with IQRA International Educational Foundation as a consultant. He has currently co-authored a book entitled the War Within Our Heart: The Struggles of the Muslim Youth. He also has two other book projects in the works regarding parental advice on dealing with Muslim youth and a story book for children. External Event Url