Different imams and students of knowledge have different approaches to how they deal with the breadth of Islamic scholarship and practice. Below is a brief outline of where we stand on some important issues, our methodology. Continue reading “What Is Our Methodology?”
Shaykh Jamaal will be presenting a seminar at the Islamic Center of Hawthorne on April 25, 2015 from 1-5pm on “The Science of Hadith: Classification and Authenticity.”
The seminar will cover basic introductions to terminology surrounding hadith, the historical development of hadith sciences, the rigor of classical hadith scholarship, and some doubts regarding hadith in modern times.
Shaykh Jamaal and Shaykha Muslema will be at Masjid al-Rahma in Morena Valley, CA on April 11, 2015 for their day conference, “Muslim Family Beliefs and Practices Conference.”
Shaykh Jamaal will be speaking at the Los Angeles RAD Talks held at USC on April 4, 2015.
Shaykha Muslema will be in New Jersey on April 3-5, 2015 for the IamY Convention.
Shaykh Jamaal will be visiting MAS Charlotte on March 20-21, 2015. He will be delivering the Friday Sermon, leading a Friday night lecture, and having a session with the sisters.
There is one line of poetry that students of Islam around the world hear over and over again. Sometimes it’s attributed to Imam al-Shafi’i and sometimes to others. This line summarizes six points for the serious learner to take into consideration. Continue reading “Imam al-Shafi’s 6 Requirements for Attaining Learning”
Part 3 of Purification and Prayer for New Muslims covering how to make wudu and the things that nullify it. Continue reading “Purification and Prayer for New Muslims – 03 – Wudu”
Shaykh Jamaal will be the keynote speaker at the al-Huda Academy Banquet in Worcester, MA on March 14, 2015.
There’s a lot of important material in the video below that’s imperative for us as a community to digest. Look at the example of those who bring light under extremely trying circumstances, those who serve without limit, those who do not participate in enmity with believers who may even show hostility to them.
“You do not truly believe until you want for your brothers what you want for yourselves.” Continue reading “On Oppression, Allah’s Aid, and Prophetic Love: Reflections on the work of Rami Nashashibi”