The Straight Path Convention presents the continuation of the 2-day seminar with Sheikh Assim Al-Hakeem to study Imam Al-Bukhari’s Al-Adab Al-Mufrad.

Al-Adab Al-Mufrad is Imam al-Bukhari’s second most well-known work. A collection of 1300 narrations on Islamic etiquette and conduct, it is a fascinating insight into how one should behave as practised by the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and his companions.

Abu Huraira (رضى الله عنه) narrated, that the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) said:

“I have not been sent as a Messenger, except to perfect good character”

This book is a must have in every Muslim’s personal library as it exemplifies the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) as the perfect role-model who we can emulate in all aspects of daily life.

Join this seminar as it will guide you through understanding the Prophetic narrations beyond just a simple reading of the book. Guided by Sheikh Assim, you will uncover the Hadiths via anecdotes and real-life examples in a way that is relevant and applicable to your life.

About The Instructor

Sheikh Assim Al-Hakeem returns as the teacher of Al-Adab Al-Mufrad Seminar. At present Sheikh Assim is an Imam of a masjid in Jeddah, a role which he has held for the past 20 years, where the sheikh delivers the weekly Friday sermons and lectures on various Islamic Sciences. Sheikh Assim Al-Hakeem also participates regularly on both Islamic radio and television programs to spread the authentic teachings of the Qur’an and Sunnah.

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Details of the The Straight Path Convention are:
Time: 9.30AM-6.30PM
Date: Saturday & Sunday, 25 & 26 March 2016
Venue: MATRADE, Kuala Lumpur


Date: 18th – 19th November 2017
Venue: IPPP Auditorium, University Malaya
Time: 9.30am – 6.30pm
Price: RM120 (inclusive of lunch)

Or Get Your Tickets at the following locations:

  • Yayasan Ta’lim, TTDI
  • Dakwah Corner Bookstore, PJ
  • Dakwah Corner Bookstore, Subang Parade
  • Dakwah Corner Bookstore, Ampang Park (moving to Ampang Point in Mid-October 2017)
Students are required to bring a copy of Al-Adab Al-Mufrad or purchase a copy at the special rate for students only.
Students are required to bring a copy of Al-Adab Al-Mufrad or purchase a copy at the special rate for students only.

Event Venue

 IPPP Auditorium, Research Management Innovation Complex (RMIC),

Lingkungan Budi, Universiti Malaya, 50603, Kuala Lumpur 

Waze/Maps: University of Malaya Centre of Innovation & Commercialization
(Opposite Kolej Kediaman 12, Next to Ambang Asuhan Jepun)

Watch PART 1


Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Al-Adab Al-Mufrad seminar about?

The Al-Adab Al-Mufrad Seminar Series is a 2-day book-based seminar where the teacher will guide students through understanding selected hadiths contained within certain chapters of Imam Al-Bukhari’s Al-Adab Al-Mufrad. The list of hadiths are pre-selected to capture the variety and essence of the book.

When was Part 1? What did it cover?

Part 1 of Al-Adab Al-Mufrad was held in November 2016 using the same 2-day weekend format.

We covered a selection of ahadith from various topics throughout the book, the selection of which is too extensive to be recorded here.

You can watch the full recording of Part 1 by purchasing the DVD via Dakwah Corner Bookstore, or on YouTube.

What is the difference between Part 1 & Part 2?

The difference between Part 1 & 2 are the selection of ahadith that will be covered. In Part 1, we have covered a selection of ahadith throughout the book. But since the book contains 1,300 ahadith under 644 chapters, we only covered a fraction of that.

For Part 2, we have chosen other ahadith that were not covered in the previous seminar.

The format of the seminar is the same, whereby the Sheikh will explain the ahadith from the selected list based on additional contexts, examples and provide insights which are derived from the hadith.

I did not attend Part 1 of Al-Adab Al-Mufrad Seminar, can I attend Part 2?

Yes, you can definitely join Part 2 without any worries even if you missed Part 1. The seminar is structured in a way that the Hadiths that will be covered in Part 2 is not dependent on Part 1, and it is not sequential either.

However, the selection of Hadiths that will be covered in Part 2 was made by elimination, which means we will not be touching the same topics or Hadiths that we mentioned in Part 1. As such that you may want to watch Part 1 (available on DVD or YouTube) so that you will also learn the topics that were selected in the first round.

Who are the speakers for this event?

The seminar will be taught by Sheikh Assim Al-Hakeem only, as this is a class and not a convention.

I have bought tickets but can not attend the event due to an emergency, what can I do?

You may arrange the transfer the ownership of your tickets. As long as the new ticket holder has the physical or e-ticket, they will be able to attend the event. However, if you purchased the Al-Adab Al-Mufrad book with your ticket, it will be given by the new owner during the event.

If you purchased a physical ticket, just transfer the ticket to the new owner.

If you purchased an online ticket, you have 2 options:

  1. Forward the e-ticket that you received to the new owner, OR
  2. Contact us at and we will re-issue a new e-ticket to the new owner at their personal email address. In this case, your previous e-ticket will be be voided in our system and will not be recognized at the registration counter.

The organisers will not be liable for any loss incurred during the transfer of ticket ownership.

Is it compulsory to bring the Al-Adab Al-Mufrad book?

Yes, it is compulsory as the book is the focal point and primary resource for the seminar. We will not provide the text or any course notes for students during the course.

It’s important for students to note that objective of this seminar is encourage study of authentic classical scholarly texts. Owning a copy of the book will allow you to continue revision and learning after the completion of the seminar, which is the ultimate objective of the Straight Path Convention.

I have my own copy of Al-Adab Al-Mufrad, can I bring that?

Yes, you may bring and use any version of Al-Adab Al-Mufrad that you own.

What else will I receive together with the tickets?

This year, we are trying something new with our book seminar. Each student will receive the physical tickets (either during purchase or upon registration on the event day) which also acts as a bookmark that is matching with the book being studied. This year, our bookmark ticket is in the design of the Al-Adab Al-Mufrad bookcover by Dakwah Corner.

Apart from that, students will receive:

  1. Packed lunch with drinks for 2 days
  2. A ball-point pen

We do not provide course notes as the nature of our study is based on a book. Students are required to bring their Al-Adab Al-Mufrad books and any materials necessary to aid in their note-taking, whether digital or otherwise.

Audio and video recording is strictly prohibited.

Will I receive any course notes and study materials during the seminar?

No, we will be focusing on the Al-Adab Al-Mufrad book as the focal and primary source of reference. As such that we will not provide any additional study resources.

Students are required to bring their own study materials including stationery and notebooks.

Will there be question & answer sessions during the seminar?

Yes, we will try our best to accommodate a Q&A session. However, this session is not guaranteed as it is not the core objective of our seminar. In the case where time does not permit, the organisers reserve the right to amend or cancel any Q&A sessions.

Are there any difference if I purchase brothers’ tickets and sisters’ tickets?

No, there is no difference between the brothers’ and sisters’ tickets. We require that information during your registration/purchase of the tickets in order to allow us to make adequate arrangements, such as for seating and dining.

You may transfer tickets between brothers and sisters as you need. However, we request that you inform us at so that we can make the necessary changes.

Are children allowed to attend the seminar?

No, children are strictly prohibited from entering the hall. This event is a gathering of knowledge for serious students only, and it will be covering a subject matter of high importance. As such that it requires full attention and focus from the students and teacher.

Exceptions are only made at the consent and discretion of the organiser, if the child presents the ability to study the course alongside other students.

Will you provide a Mother’s Room during the event?

No, we will not provide the service of a mother’s room. This is due to the high logistical and operational costs that is required to manage a mother’s room with live feed.

Children and babies are strictly prohibited from entering the hall, to ensure that the classroom environment is conducive to the teacher and students.

There will be a dining hall that is located outside the hall as well as prayer rooms nearby, should any need arise. However, there will not be any live streaming.

I am a new revert. Can I get complimentary tickets?

Please contact us at for details.

What will be provided for lunch? Is there easy access to food nearby the venue?

We will provide individually packed food and drinks, which may consist of local dishes with rice. Mineral water will also be provided, in limited quantity. We advise that students prepare their own additional snacks, food or drinks.

Eating and drinking are strictly prohibited in the classroom.

The event venue in Universiti Malaya is located in a central and busy part of Kuala Lumpur. There are cafeterias within the university grounds, as well as restaurants in the vicinity of the university which students can drive or walk to.

I require a special diet for the provided lunch.

If you require a special arrangement for the packed lunch, please contact Sabrina at We will try to accomodate your needs within reason.

I’m from out of town. Where can I stay?

Universiti Malaya is located in a popular and busy part of Kuala Lumpur. There are plenty of hotels nearby where public transit is of easy access, and nearby mosques, shopping centres and halal restaurants.

You may search for hotels in vicinity of Universiti Malaya or Bangsar. Nearby hotels include:

  1. Pullman Bangsar (5 minutes away)
  2. St. Giles (15 minutes away)
  3. Cititel Midvalley (15 minutes away)
  4. Hilton Kuala Lumpur (20 minutes away)
  5. Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur (20 minutes away)

Kuala Lumpur also has plenty of Uber and Grab services at reasonable prices. We recommend using those or the taxi services provided by the hotel concierge, as flagging taxis on the streets may be subject to price hiking.

If you are from out of Kuala Lumpur and have any other inquiries, please contact us at

I would like to make a contribution/be a sponsor. How can I do so?

Barakallahu feek. May Allah reward and increase you in ranks.

We accept direct donations and sponsorship of tickets. We also accept any support in helping promote the event within your business, organisation, community, or country.

For our book seminars such as Al-Adab Al-Mufrad, we do not set up promotional booths and do not publish any booklets/goodie bags for the insertion of flyers or advertisements, as usually found during our Convention.

For any other form of sponsorship, such as freebies, food or water, please contact Sabrina at

The Straight Path Convention and its affiliated events are all non-profit, and all revenues are cycled into future projects and in maintaining a high-level of event management.


Terms & Conditions
  1. Tickets may not be refunded or exchanged after purchase. Al-Adab Al-Mufrad books can be exchanged if damaged but not refunded.
  2. Event organiser reserves the right to withdraw, substitute or stop events, amend event times, seating arrangements, capacity and other changes due to to adverse weather, danger or any other cause beyond reasonable control.
  3. Seating arrangements are made by first-come-first-serve basis and seat booking will not be tolerated. Organisers and volunteers retain the right to reassign seats.
  4. Students are not allowed to bring food or beverages into the hall.
  5. Latecomers will be admitted at the discretion of the organiser to minimise disruption of the class.
  6. The use of unauthorised audio or video recording is strictly prohibited.
  7. Attending the event confirms your consent to being filmed and photographed as members of the audience. Event organisers will try its best to protect the privacy of the female audience, and requests that student do not take photos or videos of other individuals without their consent.
  8. Event organiser is not liable for any loss or damage of personal property and injury that may occur during the event.
  9. The event is strictly 12 years and above only except with prior consent from the organisers to state otherwise. 
  10. The organisers is not liable to providing nursing or mother rooms or any related facilities. Any complaints regarding this matter will not be entertained.
  11. The organisers will not be obligated to provide any study materials whether printed or otherwise, recordings, slides, multimedia, stationery, power outlets, or any other materials beyond their own discretion. Students are required to bring their own studying materials.
  12. The organisers reserve the right to bar students from approaching the teachers or entering their holding room at any time. Students are asked to respect the privacy of the teachers and allow them resting time.
  13. The organisers and teachers will not be obligated to answer any or all of the questions posed by students.
  14. The organisers and teachers will not be obliged to complete the course contents. The course outline is only meant to be a guideline, and is dependent on the speed of delivery and scheduling.
  15. For other conditions, please read the FAQ and Student Etiquette sections. Event organisers reserve the right to make any additional terms & conditions according to their discretion.


A collaboration between Dakwah Corner Publications and Yayasan Ta’lim, The Straight Path Convention was introduced in 2012 to enrich the Muslims with authentic Islamic knowledge based on the Quran and Sunnah through annual weekend conventions with international speakers from various fields within Da’wah. Our primary objective is to make the knowledge of Allah accessible to the public and to deliver it to them at the highest standard possible.