TRADITIONAL. PROGRESSIVE. DYNAMIC.
Welcome to SimplyIslam.sg
Established in 2006, the As-Siddiq Centre for Islamic Studies Pte Ltd (commonly known as SimplyIslam.sg) is a recognised Islamic education centre in Singapore, approved by the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (IECP). Our niche is Islamic education in the English language, delivered through various programs like the weekend Islamic school, seminars & public lectures with visiting Islamic scholars, Islamic arts initiatives and publications.
SimplyIslam.sg is committed to the retention of tradition, culture and esteemed values whilst addressing contemporary challenges facing humanity today.
Weekend Islamic School
Everyone Learns at SimplyIslam.sg
All our programs are designed to deliver a full learning experience. Everyone learns at SimplyIslam – children, youths, adults, parents, families, staff, and even the teachers.
Weekend Islamic School
SimplyIslam is passionate about Islamic education and believes that the way to reach the hearts and minds of our young is to maintain a balance of the Islamic traditions, dressed with a progressive and dynamic approach to life in the contemporary world.
The foundation of SimplyIslam’s success lies in its approach towards an understanding of the Prophetic biography and characterﷺ. Hundreds of parents, children and youths have benefited from SimplyIslam’s approaches over the years. Don’t miss out on the SimplyIslam experience!
Registration for 2020 intake is now OPEN! The classes are all conducted in English, and is open for students aged 5 to 21 – in Still Road and Jurong East branches. Over 800 students are currently registered, and available seats are filling up fast! [Click here] for details.
International Islamic Scholars
Deeply rooted in the way of the Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jamaah, SimplyIslam.sg presents a traditional & Sunni Islam, dressed with a progressive & dynamic approach to life in the contemporary world. SimplyIslam regularly invites renowned Islamic scholars from all around the world to address topics and concerns of Muslims living in the contemporary world.
Among the scholars SimplyIslam is engaged with includes Shaykh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani (USA), Shaykh Ali Gomaa (Egypt), Habib Umar Bin Hafiz (Yemen), Shaykh Mustafa Ceric (Bosnia), Imam Feisal Abdur Rauf (USA), Dr Fuad Nahdi (UK), Habib Kadhim Assegaf (Yemen), Dr Umar Abdullah (USA), Shaykh Gibril Fouad Haddad (USA), Shaykh Faid Mohamed Said (UK), Ustadh Usama Canon (USA), Sidi Aftab Malik (UK), Shaykh Mus’ab Penfound (UK), Shaykh Ahmed El Azhary (Egypt), and others.
[Click here] to view our event listing.
Adult Islamic Courses
SimplyIslam offers Islamic educational courses which are designed to encourage learning and creative discussions. The participants can expect gain the full experience in learning and appreciating the magnificence of Allah The Merciful, and the perfection of His Beloved, Prophet Muhammad ﷺ.
The beauty of Islam can thus be experienced through an understanding and appreciation of the attributes of God, along with the study and appreciation of the biography and traditions of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ, as well as understanding the wisdom of the Islamic scholars, past and present.
[Click here] for the list of our Islamic courses for adults.
From time to time, SimplyIslam is involved in gound-up initiatives to help the needy and underprivileged in Singapore and even overseas.
In 2013 SimplyIslam co-organised the Aid to Syrian Refugees in Turkey (ASRIT) initiative, along with AMP/Critical Exchange & RLAF organisations. From 2013 to 2015 the project raised about $700,000 from generous donors in Singapore and abroad, helping thousands of Syrian refugees and their families in their daily needs and educational pursuits [website].
Since 2007, SimplyIslam organises its annual Ramadan Charity Basket project that has grown from strength to strength, helping hundreds of families all across Singapore, and supporting various charity organisations like Darul Aman Mosque, MKAC and TAA. [see website].
“Allah is Beautiful and He loves beauty” [Prophet Muhammad ﷺ].
Islamic Arts is an important approach towards appreciating the greatness of Allah The Magnificent and the beauty of Islam. The heritage of Islam is replete with beautiful expressions of the love of Allah and His Messenger, manifested through poetry, music, calligraphy, architecture, paintings, and other aspects of Islamic Arts.
SimplyIslam actively promotes an appreciation of Islamic arts for our students, participants and the general public, through various programs like Mawlid Festival [website], Grand Mawlid, Islamic Arts Day and most recently (July 2019) the sold-out concert “Nour Andalusia: Sacred Sounds with Al Firdaus Ensemble”, a performing musical arts group from Granada, Spain [website].
Check our events site for details.
Visitors to SimplyIslam
Since its inception, SimplyIslam regularly receives visitors from around the globe – scholars, dignitaries, artists, and regional school visits.
SimplyIslam is connected to a global network of Islamic educational and da’wah organisations actively involved in the work of sharing the message and beauty of Islam.
Organisations: Nadhlatul Ulama (Indonesia), Dar al-Ifta al-Misriyyah (Egypt), Islamic Supreme Council of America (USA), Radical Middle Way (UK), Centre for Spiruality & Cultural Advancement (UK), Cambrige Muslim College (UK), Seekers Guidance Seminary (Canada), Ta’leef Collective (USA), Qasid Institute (Jordan), Arab Community College (Jordan), Itqan Integrated School (Malaysia) and more.
[Click here] to see our guest book.
Events & Courses
SimplyIslam organises groundbreaking events, like seminars, public lectures & workshops, with visiting international Islamic scholars from all over the world to address topics and concerns of Muslims living in the contemporary world.
Learn, Ruqya, the Lost Art of Islamic Spiritual Healing via incantations of verses from the Qur’an…read more
A Concise Revision of the ABCs of Prayers. Suitable for those with little or no knowledge of prayers, or seekers of Prayer-refresher courses.read more
Learn the foundational 40 Hadiths integral to our faith, collated by Imam Nawawi, a religious reformer who redefined and revived the Sunnah.read more
Learn the inner workings of one of the Greatest Scholars of Islam, and gain deeper insight into his timeless teachings!read more
Imam Al-Ghazzālī, like many other classical Islamic thinkers, regarded the sciences of religion (‘ulūm al-dīn) as a practical pursuit.read more
Can You Handle Death When It Comes? What do we do when someone is in a state of near-death (naza)? How would we manage if someone close passes away?read more
Our numbers at a glance...
Since our inception in 2006, we have achieved a number of milestones covering areas of our education, events and charity projects.
Scholars & Dignitaries
Weekend Islamic School
Teachers ARS Certified
Funds Raised (S$m)
What our students say...
I came to join the course (at SimplyIslam) just to figure out what Islam is about. And, Alhamdulillah, it totally changed my entire life’s perspective. The course is amazing, superb. I really recommend that every single one who’s searching or wanting to know more about Islam to join the course. Because I found Islam through SimplyIslam. [Nur Khairin]
The course pace is very good, the presenter is knowledgeable and open to any question and also let the students participate. I hope the next lesson is not to far apart so the students will be in touch with the Arabic language till they achieve moderate level of communication in Arabic. [Mohamed Yusoff]
Teacher has vast knowledge on language. Able to explain well. Interaction in class using Arabic language also helps to build confidence in speaking. Very generous in giving learning materials. Enjoyed the class a lot. [Rabiah Tul Adauwiyah]
I enjoyed the group dramatisation in class, and I think we should have more of such. [Kamariah Khalid]
Well done SimplyIslam for conducting/organizing the workshop. This is definitely one of the most important workshop for everyone to attend. May Allah bless all your efforts and grant health and success in this world & hereafter. [Nisa]