The Mua'allimeen and website contributors
Syedna Taher Saifuddin RA in a bayan addressed to mu’allimeen (the teachers) said, “teaching is my work and I am designating to you.” Mu’allimeen must always teach children with sincerity, commitment and care. Syedna Abdul Qadir Najmuddin RA used to call children of mumineen, “the strength of tomorrow.” Teachers and parents should always inculcate good values in their children and provide them with an environment that facilitates their exposure to the teachings and principles of Islam and Imaan.
The role of a teacher is known to contribute immensely towards the child’s development. The Ikhwan us safa talks about the difference between learning something on one’s own versus learning something from a teacher. Just as young chickens which after being born immediately start to feed on their own are unable to fly high, and pigeons which are fed by the mother and father bird are able to fly high up in the sky. Similarly, for maximum learning to take place one must have a quality teacher-student relationship with a qualified teacher who nurtures the child according to his/her age and understanding.
Insiya Aaisaheba manages the development of Fatemi Madrasa programs, workshops, and publications. She is the Director of Content of FatemiMadrasa.com. She has been blessed to attain barakat of ilm e aale Mohammed in sabaq with Syedna Qutbuddin and Syedna Fakhruddin.
Shehzadi Tayyeba Baisaheba teaches madrasa for all children in India and the eastern part of the world. She has been blessed to attain barakat of ilm e aale Mohammed in sabaq with Syedna Burhanuddin, Syedna Qutbuddin and Syedna Fakhruddin. She is a specialist in teaching Quran hifz and completed her BA from The London School of Oriental and African Studies, London.
Shehzadi Fatema Baisaheba teaches madrasa for children 13 – 17 yrs, online. She has been blessed to attain barakat of ilm e aale Mohammed in sabaq with Syedna Burhanuddin, Syedna Qutbuddin and Syedna Fakhruddin. She is a certified counselor from the Institute of Human Technology, Mumbai, did her BA in Psychology from the American University of Cairo, and completed one year in Psychology MA Program at Harvard University
Shehzadi Arwa Qurrat-ul-Ain Baisaheba teaches madrasa for children 10 – 13 yrs online She has been blessed to attain barakat of ilm e aale Mohammed in sabaq with Syedna Burhanuddin, Syedna Qutbuddin and Syedna Fakhruddin.
Shehzada Khuzaima Bhaisaheb contributes to various sections of the Fatemimadrasa.com website.
Shehzadi Aamenah Baisaheba is in charge of the Fatemimadrasa.com website and contributes to the Riwayats section on Fatemimadrasa.com
Zahra Baisaheba binte Shehzadi Tayyeba Baisaheba contributes to the development of the Projects section on Fatemimadrasa.com
Maryam Baisaheba binte Shehzada Abdeali Bhaisaheb contributes to the development of the Ayat, Hadith, Kalaam section on Fatemimadrasa.com
Masrurah ben Ebrahim teaches madrasa classes to the youngest of our children with visual and creative applications. She has been teaching madrasa classes since nearly 25 years. She is a very passionate and devoted teacher.
Munira ben Haji teaches three online weekly Dawat ni Zaban classes for children 6 yrs – 9 yrs, 10-13 yrs, and 14-17 yrs. She is the head teacher for Dawat ni Zabaan and has taught hundreds of classes since the inception of Fatemi Madrasa. Munira ben graduated from Sydenham College of Commerce and Economics and has a passion for teaching young children.
Abdeali bhai Kapasi contributes to the development of Multimedia aspects of Fatemimadrasa.com
Aziz bhai Bhaigora contributes to the development of the Mind-Maps section of Fatemimadrasa.com
Sakina ben Bhaigora contributes to the development of the Namaaz section of Fatemimadrasa.com
Juzer bhai Ebrahim contributes to the development of the Qasida page and the Fiqeh page of Fatemimadrasa.com
Tasneem ben and Sakina ben Kapasi contribute to the development of the Akbhaar section of Fatemimadrasa.com