Madrasah Imam Al-Asr
Madrasah Imam Al-Asr was established in 1995 in Woking, Surrey, UK. The madrasah is a school for children aged seven to fourteen. The academic term runs from September to July every year and classes are held throughout the week. The madrasah includes a library, lecture rooms and a prayer hall. The madrasah is headed by Hujjatul Islam Dr Abbas Naqvi.
Majlis-e-Ulama’s syllabus is being used as the framework for the Islamic content and supplemented with books written accomplished Shia scholars. Islamic teachings are taught in three main areas: Beliefs (Aqaid), Ethics (Akhlaq) and Ahkam (Practical Laws). The Qur’an and Hadith are the primary sources of historical references.