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السلام عليكم
08-05-10, 04:13 PM
I was just wondering whether anyone knew any good Islamic boarding school for boys in the Bradford area? Doesn't necessarily have to be in Bradford.
Thanks

KeeKee
08-05-10, 07:15 PM
there is actually a boys boarding school in Bradford, principle is Maulana Sa'eed from Dewsbury. im afraid don't know the whereabouts etc, i will try find out inshaAllah.

sufiyan7
09-05-10, 12:05 AM
blackburn darululoom?

Nancy L. Valdez
11-06-10, 09:18 AM
Shalom! I know one, my brother used to attend this Islamic boarding school (http://www.teen-boarding-school.com/) for boys in Bradford Road :

School : Al-Furqan Primary School
Desc: Non-AMS

*asiya*
11-06-10, 09:29 AM
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dhak1yya
11-06-10, 09:35 AM
Shalom! I know one, my brother used to attend this Islamic boarding school (http://www.teen-boarding-school.com/) for boys in Bradford Road :

School : Al-Furqan Primary School
Desc: Non-AMS

Salaams, can you give more information please? Are you new to Islam?

Jenicca
11-06-10, 09:42 AM
What information do you want to know? I know people teaching at both, the girls one and the boys one

Bury.....or Dewsbury Darul Uloom for boys, you cant really beat that for up north

Nancy L. Valdez
11-06-10, 09:55 AM
Salaams, can you give more information please? Are you new to Islam?

Hi.

Yes I am new to Islam. For more information you can visit this link : http://www.al-furqan-pri.bham.sch.uk/

MuslimSoljah
11-06-10, 10:03 AM
Hi.

Yes I am new to Islam. For more information you can visit this link : http://www.al-furqan-pri.bham.sch.uk/
Amazing, I didn't know al-Furaqan Primary in Birmingham, England is a government school.

dhak1yya
11-06-10, 10:52 AM
thank you Nancy :)

you know that shalom is Hebrew and salaam is Arabic? Nothing wrong with Hebrew, prophet Musa (Moses) alayhi salaam spoke Hebrew as far as I know - just that it's the convention in Islam to use the Arabic greetings. Arabic is the international language for Muslims, wherever you go in the world, Muslims will understand each other's greetings in Arabic.

Nancy L. Valdez
11-06-10, 11:00 AM
thank you Nancy :)

you know that shalom is Hebrew and salaam is Arabic? Nothing wrong with Hebrew, prophet Musa (Moses) alayhi salaam spoke Hebrew as far as I know - just that it's the convention in Islam to use the Arabic greetings. Arabic is the international language for Muslims, wherever you go in the world, Muslims will understand each other's greetings in Arabic.
Ahh.. :D Sorry for that. Now I know. My proper greeting would be

Salaam!

Thank you dhakiyya.

Useless_Slave_of_Allah
26-06-10, 11:17 PM
Main ones in and around Yorkshire/Lancashire regions >>>

1. Bradford - 01274 402233 - www.dawatulimaan.org.uk
2. Dewsbury - 01924 460 760 - www.markazimasjid.com
3. Bury - 01706 826 106 - www.inter-islam.org
4. Blackburn - 01254 673 105 - www.jamiah.co.uk

sharonpillar
19-09-10, 02:12 PM
I was just wondering whether anyone knew any good Islamic boarding school for boys in the Bradford area? Doesn't necessarily have to be in Bradford.
Thanks

Hi I heared about best boarding school and they have some division of school like for boys, girls or for trouble teens. This is the link if you want to visit their site. http://www.teen-boarding-school.com

teenbs1234
27-12-10, 03:36 AM
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Aisha91
28-12-10, 01:30 AM
lol there's one called Jamia Tul Imaam Muhammad Zakaria in BD14
Doubt you'd get in though... it's hardcore.
No offence intended :)

dimples101
19-01-11, 12:51 PM
I've been to a boarding school at Turning Winds and I could give you suggestion on a boarding school. Here it is:
Al-Sadiq and Al-Zahra Schools (a muslim secondary school)

SkyBluePink
19-01-11, 03:41 PM
lol there's one called Jamia Tul Imaam Muhammad Zakaria in BD14
Doubt you'd get in though... it's hardcore.
No offence intended :)

i doubt it too, but only because shes looking for a school for boys and not girls :p don't she why she couldnt get in if she wanted to though, I managed it perfectly well :p

purplish
21-11-11, 07:36 AM
I've been to a boarding school at Turning Winds and I could give you suggestion on a boarding school. Here it is:
Al-Sadiq and Al-Zahra Schools (a muslim secondary school)

I have heard good things about this boarding schools as well. Though I'm not familiar as to where they are located. I'll try searching for it/ :)