Camp Noor SABA Youth Camp Past

May 23-26, 2014 ,
5:00 PM
- San Jose, CA, United States

Camp Noor is honored to present its third annual retreat! Located in a serene campsite away from worldly distractions and roughly 40 miles south of San Jose, the theme of this year’s camp is to know our takleef and identify our duties as Muslims living in the west.

With the guidance of five renowned scholars, the goal of this year’s camp is to recognize what our obligations and responsibilities are in the different contexts of our lives, and what duties we need to fulfill in order to pave the way for the return of the Imam (ajtf).

This year's camp will be taking place over a three-day weekend, which means we have one extra day to rejuvenate our spiritual energy and strengthen our bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood.

Guest Scholars:
Maulana Abidi
Sheikh Abdul Jalil Issa
Maulana Abbas Ayleya
Sister Sabika Mithani
Price:
Priority Registration (until April 30th) | $165
Late Registration (May 1st-16th) | $175

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