Al-Zobair ibn Al-Aoaam, may Allay be pleased with him said: On Battle of Uhud day, a woman was coming towards us. She was about to see the Muslims killed during the battle because when the 50 archers left their places, the Meccan army “Disbelievers” started attacking the Muslim army
, The prophet peace be upon him, hated that she saw them, so prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, shouted: the woman…the woman.
Al-Zobair said: I guessed that she was Safia Bent Abed Al-Mutalaab, the aunt of the prophet. I hurried towards her before she could see the murder scene from the Muslim army. She beat me in my chest like a strong woman and told me to let her alone.
I told her that the prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, swore on her not to go to see the murderers. So she stopped and said: I had brought two grave- clothes to enshroud my brother Hamzah. Al-Zobair said: we took the two grave clothes to enshroud Hamzah but we found a killed man from Al-Ansaar who had no clothes to be shrouded in them. We decided to use one cloth for Hamzah and the other for the Ansarian man, but we found one cloth was longer than the other therefore, we cast a ballot between the two clothes, and everyone was enshrouded in his cloth.
The prophet peace be upon him’s tenderness is splendid; He refused that a woman, any woman, to see such a cruel scene. He did not know that she was his aunt.
Justice and mercy were the symptoms of the prophet’s companions peace be upon him. They refused that one dead person be shrouded in two clothes while the other had no cloth to be shrouded in; this was their mercy. They cast a ballot to choose between the two clothes; this was their justice.
Online Seerah Lessons with Wafaakids are considered the best because they offer a one-to-one learning experience for kids Via Skype or zoom in Quran, Arabic language, and Islamic studies. Wafaakids Teachers are certificated from Al-Azahr university in Egypt. These lessons are delivered in an interactive and engaging manner, using videos, games, quizzes, and stories and so many activities. Parents have given positive reviews about Wafaakids, praising the systematic learning approach, patience of the teachers, and high level of engagement with children. By learning about the life and teachings of Prophet Muhammad, children develop a strong bond with Allah and a love for the Prophet. Seerah lessons also help build a strong character and personality by teaching children about right and wrong.
The first step is to fill out a quick form The Form and we will send you the link of your Trial lesson on your mail and what’s app.
We are providing an onsite lessons only in Egypt, Otherwise will be online via any video call platform like Zoom.
Most students enroll in the Basic plan. The average student at WafaaKids spends around $64 per month. This approximately amounts to 8 teaching hours per month or 2 x 1-hour lessons per week which are suited for most levels and ensure the program goals are met. The pricing can be slightly different depending on the plan. We can see our pricing plans from here –> Pricing Plan
Over the years, we have had successes with very young students but we recognize that every child is different and some might have difficulty interacting with a teacher online. In general, we found that starting from age 7, there are rarely any issues with teaching online.
For younger ages, a guardian might need to accompany the student during the lessons initially to provide support until the student gets used to his/her teacher.
We understand that quality education can get expensive and therefore we offer a number of discounts to maximize the benefit for our students enrolled in our programs.
(1) Family Discounts: Students enrolled in our Basic and Pro plans receive 10% and 5% off respectively when 2 or more members of their family are enrolled in the same plan.
(2) Zakat Fund: For students who experience financial hardship, WafaaKids maintains a Zakat eligible fund that is used towards partially or fully subsidizing fees. You will be required to provide documentation to demonstrate your eligibility.